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All reviews great view vantage point walled city run away roman bridge some great photos taking pictures during daytime excellent place cuatro postes quick visit saint teresa historical significance photo opportunities lovely walk medieval walls old city
Erected in 1556 just outside Avila, The Four Posts is an ancient greek looking shrine with a cross erected in the center. It marks the spot where seven-year-old Saint Teresa tried to run away to seek martyrdom in battle with the Moors. Her uncle, Francisco,...More
Just down the road from the petrol station/cafe is the Four Posts which is an elevated platform overlooking the walled town of Avila which makes it a great spot to take photos of the town before you explore inside
We were there in the morning when the light was all wrong for viewing the city and for photos. We found a different, unsignposted vantage point elsewhere with a much better aspect for the time of day. Learn from our mistake and go there in...More
Once you get to the bottom end of the walls of Avilla, you can cross the river and walk on a couple of hundred metres up a slop to this vantage point looking back at the walled town. There is nothing else there, it's just...More
The views from here are the things. You can see the town and all the walls so well. The story with this spot is a saint last looked upon the city from here before leaving. I wasn't that interested in that story as much as...More
Did the city walls walk and exited at the rear of the city and crossed the road and took in the Roman Bridge and you can walk under it along the river and then climbed the hill here to get an unparalleled view of the...More