With more than 146 hectares, it is the largest Atlantic pine forest located in the North of the Douro River. It has been declared a Site of Community Importance (SCI) and plays a vital role in the ecological balance of the area.
This castle, built between the 10th and 12th centuries, was the origin of the town of Caminha. It has an oval perimeter and three doors. As a main element, highlights the great Clock Tower, named after the 17th century. Its imposing silhouette was visible at a considerable distance and all who entered and left the village had to pass through it.
Also known as the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, it is one of the most important religious buildings in the north of the country. The church was erected in the 15th century on the remains of a Romanesque chapel.