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Pulo do Lobo, Mertola

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  • This is a wild place. The late light makes for lovely photographs. I am not a photographer, but it is breath taking. The power of water is all about you. You can see it in all the rocks. Not sure if i...  more »
  • Thanks for all the previous reviews. We drove by Here we go Navigator, and he, too, seems to have led somewhere not there. Discuss how to get there. Highway N122 between Mertola and Beja somewhere 46-48 km. From Mertoly towards Beja is literally three kilometers. Look carefully at pointers on the road. They are. Faded, faded white lettering on a brown background: Pulo do Lobo and binoculars icon. Turn off the highway to this pointer and drive approximately 20 km follow the signs (a lot of them-6 pieces on the road) until it rested at the closed gate. Right from the gate an inscription in several languages, a push that this private area, but on the territory of the waterfall can be reached. Gates follows a close as when entering and when leaving. Then another 1.5 km on dirt road, and you are spot on it is from the side on which it should be. It's fantastic. No tickets, no one person crazy beauty is unforgettable. Waterfall, of course, a small, but powerful. Nicknamed him Jump Wolf not just so. Surrounded by Karst rocks. Generally quite suddenly see such beauty that virtually nobody knows and does not write. If you drive on the highway-Mértola-Beja, make sure to hook, marvel at this wonder of nature.
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  • It was an adventure to get there, but it was just a beautiful location is not expected something like that in the middle of Alentejo. the waterfalls, the silence feels like we're in heaven.
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  • Probably one of the best places to eat in Beja. Definitely the best option if you want seafood. Their preparation of snails (in season) is second to none in Beja. With a nice terrace it's a very nice place to enjoy Alentejo food.
  • Amazing as always. I'm a recurrent customer and I'm always satisfied
  • Good dinner meal here. Half a portion was plenty and very tasty but beware of the extras they charge for the appetizers.
  • Fine cuisine
  • Julho e agosto só abre às 12:00