In the heart of the Alto Minho, the town of Arcos de Valdevez exhibits all the charm of its streets and houses irregular, mansions and churches. The land around it is fertile and verdant, crossed by many streams that serve as shelter for the trout. The path of the villages and Ázere Mezio, Palace of the isolated Giela is a magnificent example of a medieval manor house.
The village of Soajo, is known for its collection of ancient granaries (granite tombstone architectural constructions, surmounted by a cross or pyramid, that served to keep the ears).
The village of Arcos de Valdevez is also at a convenient distance for those wanting to visit the Parque Nacional da Peneda-Geres, that, with its spectacular scenery and untamed, Cities and features rich and varied fauna, constitutes one of the greatest natural attractions of the country.