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What saves is the sightseeing. It's a wonderful place to have a look at the beach. Admission is also 50 cents, which is totally worthy.
Problem is, there's no information at all. No history of the place or signs
Ruins of an old fort dating back to 1661 — interesting to stop for a brief visit (it's right next to Sea Life Porto, so if you visit that attraction, you can stop here briefly afterwards). The entry fee is completely reasonable — 50¢/adult, free...More
We had a rough travel day with the hop on hop off bus. So when we got off at this stop to have lunch we were a little disappointed at the size. But the cost of 50 cent per adult made us happy to go...More
Inspired by European and British castles.
It is easy to get to via the yellow bus company and it is located in Matosinhos.
The castle is closed on a Monday
Great for kids and to explore the history of it
Named after the bedrock which was cheese portion shaped, this C17th fort is now really little more than a C18th gun platform, used to protect Porto from coastal invaders.
It is definitely worth seeing though - if only for the heritage perspective and the outstanding...More
We stopped here on a wander up the coast. Its only small so it doesn't really take long to look around. The main thing is the great views across the coastline. Worth popping in if you are in the area, but I wouldn't make a...More
This fort is located in the area between the neighborhood of Foz do Douro and the city of Matosinhos. Despite the name there is no connection to cheese (queijo) here. The name apparently comes from the rock upon which it was built that had the...More
At the end of Av. Boavista you find this fort called Castelo do Queijo in Portuguese. That name comes from the fact it had built over a rock with shape of a cheese.
Inside there are a small cafe, a small museum, a small 2nd...More