Obidos is a very small town, completely enclosed by lofty walls.
Obidos retains a medieval feel: cobbled alleys, whitewashed houses framed with bright blue and yellow borders, and steep staircases winding up to the exposed ramparts.
Larry and Rod walking down one the narrow cobble-stoned alleys in the evening after all the day-tourists had left.
We stayed here at Casa Saint Thiago do Castelo within the walls of Obidos. We also rode our bikes inside the village walls; not something we would do again because the streets/alleys are quite steep and parking is nearly nonexistent.
That's us in front of the Castelo de Obidos (built in the 12th Century), now containing the Pousada de Obidos.
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Thomas R. Powell
Last updated on 01/06/2020.