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We arrived in Lindoso by car, coming from Geres/Braga. It is a local road and we just followed the road signs.
Once in the castle there are lots of parking places, mainly if visiting in autumn. Actually we were the only visitors around on the rainy afternoon we visited (although it was Sunday). As this castle is somewhat far from touristy itineraries, parking is easy and free.
Written Aug 1, 2004
Across northern region of Portugal you may easily find these brownish cows. This photo was shoot from the castle, where some of these cows and oxes were eating on the nearby green field.
These brown cows are most common on the North, while in the Azores islands you will find the spotted black and white cows.
Families raise them to have meat or to "work" as it is common to see these pulling or carrying loads of things while traveling through inner villages on the north Portugal.
Updated Aug 1, 2004