Castelo do Sabugal

Castelo do Sabugal


Sabugal Castle was the base for British and Portuguese troops during the third French invasion. It has played its part in the history of one of Europe’s oldest nations, so why not pay a visit?

This territory overlooking the River Côa was once part of the kingdom of Leon. It became part of Portugal in 1297.The clocktower and other additions date from 1641.

This formidable piece of Gothic military architecture has an irregular oval perimeter and a double-walled citadel with a barbican and cylindrical towers. There is an irregular pentagonal outer wall and an inner wall with five square towers.

Largo de Santa Maria - Sabugal

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