Slumbering in the shadows of a 14th-century castle, Castro Marim is a picturesque village that sees few foreign visitors. It has a quaint, tree-shaded centre, a few cafes, and impressive fortifications. These afford views across the surrounding salt pans, the bridge to Spain and the marshes of the Reserva Natural do Sapal de Castro Marim, which is famous for its flamingos. For walkers, there are some good trails around the area. It’s 3km north of Vila Real de Santo António.
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