10 Things to Do in Moledo That You Shouldn't Miss

December 30, 2017 Vivienne Hutton

Discover the best top things to do in Moledo, Portugal including Praia do Moledo, Koala Surf School, Torre do Relogio de Caminha, Santa Tecla Celtic Village, Muinos do Folon e do Picon, Palacio da Brejoeira, Descubra Minho, Santuario de Santa Luzia, Parque de Lazer de Castelinho, Fortaleza de Valenca do Minho.
Restaurants in Moledo

1. Praia do Moledo

Moledo do Minho, Moledo, Portugal
Excellent
65%
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30%
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5%
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4.5 based on 36 reviews

Praia do Moledo

Reviewed By rayreviewer - Horsham, West Sussex

A beautiful beach where we even found it relatively easy to park close by, and there is the choice of the town as a back drop with cafes nearby or you can sit nearer the point where the River Minho joins the sea where there are trees behind the beach. The only downside of the beach is that even though we were there in August the sea is freezing!

2. Koala Surf School

Avenida Dr. Ramos Pereira, 271, Vila Praia de Ancora 4910-547, Portugal
Excellent
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5 based on 44 reviews

Koala Surf School

The main objective of Koala Surf School is to provide everyone an unforgettable experience, lots of fun and get to know this fantastic sport that is Surfing. Our biggest concern is security. Surf Lesson : 2O Euros, ( 1h30 m) with all material and insurance. Surf School accredited by the Portuguese Federation of Surf, with 6 years of experience...

Reviewed By Marcusw33 - Staplehurst, United Kingdom

Visited twice, really friendly set up and had two really enjoyable afternoons . At 20 euros a person, good value for what was offered

3. Torre do Relogio de Caminha

Rua da Torre do Relogio, Caminha, Portugal
Excellent
38%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
12%
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4.5 based on 116 reviews

Torre do Relogio de Caminha

Reviewed By JElliot32 - New South Wales, Australia

The Torre do Relogio is an ancient, 13th-century Clock Tower found in one corner of Caminha's delightful town square. It is an impressive piece of masonry and, yes, the clock appears to still keep good time. The square boasts a Fountain and a decent number of cafes. It proved a wonderful spot to sit, have a coffee, relax for a while and watch the world go by.

4. Santa Tecla Celtic Village

Municipio de A Guarda, Pontevedra, A Guarda, Spain +34 986 61 45 46
Excellent
69%
Good
28%
Satisfactory
2%
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4.5 based on 757 reviews

Santa Tecla Celtic Village

Reviewed By chickandbeast - Durham, Canada

Amazing ruins of an ancient tribal village spanning the slopes of a mountain in Northern Spain. Santa Tecla Celtic Village clearly displays celtic village life.
The uncovered ruins are a sight to see obviously each hut is connected to the group sharing a partial circular wall. They appear similar in size bases constructed of local stone with central gathering areas.
Couple of hours for sure to walk among the ruins and take in the areas sights.

5. Muinos do Folon e do Picon

36770 O Rosal, Spain
Excellent
81%
Good
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4.5 based on 82 reviews

Muinos do Folon e do Picon

Reviewed By dawnGalicia - galicia

the Folon Watermills, all 5o+ of them, are an amazing sight in a beautiful setting in the southern cormer of Pontevedra Province (no the city of Pontevedra) near La Guardia. They are signposted from the coast road (also spectacular) from Baiona to La Guardia. The walk, up one side of the hill and down the other, takes a couple of hours and there's a great bar at the bottom.

6. Palacio da Brejoeira

Estrada Nacional Moncao - Arcos de Valdevez, Moncao 4950-660, Portugal +351 251 666 129
Excellent
40%
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47%
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4 based on 207 reviews

Palacio da Brejoeira

Reviewed By JOÃO P - Ponte de Lima, Portugal

Very nice Palace to visit in some hours with family, friends or just a romantic walk thought the property.
Situated in the road Arcos de Valdevez - Monção, this Palace is a story teller from this location, there is a main entrance and you can park the car inside and after get a ticket (7.5€ per person, includes palace, wineyards, and the hole property), you can experienced the way the owners lived back in the days. The staff are very friendly, and of course, the visit are guided by them, who give you all the details about the palace and all around.
The private owner, actally lives there!..and also there is history with that, as the guide will tell you.
They still producing their wine and spirit, witch you can also taste and buy.
Very pleasant place to visit in a quick afternoon!

7. Descubra Minho

Montaria 4925-481, Portugal
Excellent
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5 based on 45 reviews

Descubra Minho

We are an ecotourism company that offers guided walking tours, donkey tours and bike tours in Serra de Arga Mountain, Peneda Geres National Park and in North of Portugal. We offer a wide selection of tours available the whole year round! We work with solo travellers and with small groups!

Reviewed By lestephgray - London

Agostinho designed a half day tour for us, combining a traditional cornbread making session with a donkey walk to see the local water mill in action.
We enjoyed learning how to make cornbread in Carmen's farmhouse kitchen with our boys (aged 9 and 6), and then walked over the hill with the youngest on Agostinho's donkey to see how Carmen milled her corn cobs into flour. It was amazing to see the mill in action, not just as a museum exhibit. Then it was back to Carmen's yard for a lovely picnic lunch of our cornbread, cured meat and local honey.
Throughout Agostinho was a friendly, knowledgeable guide generous in sharing his expertise about the village, the Minho and the challenges facing Portugal's rural communities.
We had a brilliant time - and would recommend for any families or travellers wanting to see a different side of Portuguese life.

8. Santuario de Santa Luzia

Estrada de Santa Luzia, Viana do Castelo 4900-408, Portugal +351 258 823 173
Excellent
64%
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31%
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Santuario de Santa Luzia

Reviewed By Andrezanella - Curitiba, PR

Great church where you can see the old church of the XV century. Has the image in the ceiling of Jesus and the statue of Santa Luzia. The city is a small town with very traditional church’s and square.

9. Parque de Lazer de Castelinho

Avenida de Tomino, Vila Nova de Cerveira 4920-266, Portugal
Excellent
56%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
9%
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4.5 based on 53 reviews

Parque de Lazer de Castelinho

Reviewed By Andrea K - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

This is a beautiful park along the River Minho. It is a short day trip from Raxo, Vigo and other cities in Spain. It has everything from jungle gyms, to rock climbing walls to a splash pad area.

10. Fortaleza de Valenca do Minho

Centro da Cidade, Valenca, Portugal +351 251 809 500
Excellent
53%
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39%
Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 775 reviews

Fortaleza de Valenca do Minho

Reviewed By Loduvica B

As far north of Portugal as you can go there is this beautiful place Valenca de Minho.
Unspoiled breathtaking views of the River Minho and of Spain as the river acts as the border with Spain.
The little town itself is build within two ancient walls (these walls are a must see) with lots of beautiful old buildings to view and many souvenirshops with typical Portuguese products.
The people are friendly and speak Portuguese and Spanish.
One of the many nice places in Northern Portugal. A must see!

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