Had the pleasure of climbing the 300 metres to the top of this mountain on the Portuguese border. The tough assent was rewarded with magnificent views at the top. The old Celtic village was an interesting feature as was the Stations of the cross on the final assent. Well worth the effort. You can also drive to the top but surely not as exciting!
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