Stelios Valtzis

Stelios Valtzis

Ronda is one of the towns and villages that is included in the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. The Guadalevín River runs through the city, dividing it in two and carving out the steep, 100-plus-meter-deep El Tajo canyon above which the city perches. American artists
Cabo da Roca or Cape Roca is a cape which forms the westernmost point of the Sintra Mountain Range, of mainland Portugal, of continental Europe, and of the Eurasian land mass. Notably the point includes a lighthouse that started operation in 1772. Cabo da Roca was
Benagil is a small Portuguese village on the Atlantic coast in the municipality of Lagoa, Algarve, in Portugal. Up to the late 20th century, the village's economy was based on ocean fishing. Now it is a tourist area with a widely used beach: Praia de Benagil. This
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Sagres Point (Ponta de Sagres) is a windswept shelf-like promontory. The vicinity of Sagres Point and Cape St. Vincent has been used for religious purposes since Neolithic times. The promontory of Sagres has always been important for sailors because it offers a
The Buracas the Casmilo are an interesting geological formation that can be visited in the municipality of Condeixa-a-Nova. On the road that connects the hill of Senhora do Círculo to Serra de Janeanes we find the village of Casmilo. Entering the village and following a
The Minas da Queiriga, or Minas de Lagares, were used to extract ore, mainly tin oxide and tungsten. Having its high point in the 1940s, it had 500 workers at the time. Currently deactivated, the Vila Nova de Paiva City Council has converted it to a
The Cascade Frecha Mizarela or simply Frecha Mizarela, is a waterfall (cascade) located in the Serra da Freitas. This waterfall is located in the middle of the granite rock of the Serra da Freita plateau, at an altitude of about 910 meters. It is fed by the waters of the
The Montalegre Castle is a Portuguese medieval castle and National monument of Portugal. Early constructions in Montalegre dates back 3500–4000 years since settlements have been ongoing since the Metal Ages. Celts, Romans, Moors till the establishment of the Christian kingdom of Portugal began by 1100.
The Sil Canyon (Galician: Canón do Sil) is a gorge in Galicia. It covers the last 50 km before the Sil enters the Minho. The scenery is considered to be the most spectacular in Galicia. The walls rise almost vertically up to 500 m from water level. Due to the extraordinary