Portugal in one side, Spain in the other side and one of the most beautiful landscapes of Peninsula Iberica .
In Miranda do Douro (Portuguese side) take the ecologic boat ,and make this cruise through amazing rocks with more than 200m tall. This boat it´s like one lesson, with one guide that wil tell about the flora and fauna of the place. In this cruise you will see serval holm-oak (one centenary) born in rock ,ash-trees etc. You also will see the nest of dark stork (Ciconia nigra), eagle real (Aquila chrysaetos), and the place of otter (Enhydra lutris) .
In the Spanish side there are one rock with a 2 made by lichen the legend says: Single woman if you don’t see the number you will stay single, married woman if you don’t see the number your husband cheats on you. If you came to Portugal try to make this cruise and enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes of Peninsula Iberica. Don’t forget to taste wine that will be served after the lesson.
Pics with minolta dinax 4,lomo smena 8M,home made pinhole.
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