A Walk Through Avô and Piódão

Just a few hours north of Lisbon, these quaint villages offer the best of Portuguese hospitality. Plus some of the best cheese and honey in the country.

Just a few hours north of Lisbon, these quaint villages offer the best of Portuguese hospitality, magnificent views, and unique methods of house construction. Plus some of the best cheese and honey in the country.

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