Certificate number: BDT 005/2018 RTI
Marialva is a few minutes from the town of Mêda. This village takes you to the deepest roots of the country's history in a scenario that reveals one of the living relics of Portuguese ancestry. The streets are lined with buildings that have stood the test of time and lead to the citadel surrounded by walls in whose ruins it is easy to lose track of time. Settled by the Aravi, a Lusitanian people, it was later conquered by the Romans, then the Arabs until the ﬁnal victory of King Fernando the Great in his historic conquest of the Beiras in 1063.
Aldeias Históricas de Portugal