Highest roads of Portugal

Highest roads of Portugal

With a rich history of seafaring and discovery, the Portuguese Republic is , located at the western end of the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. The country is bounded on the west and south by the Atlantic Ocean and on the north and east by Spain. With a mild climate, it is not a homogeneous country geographically. The country has one of the highest percentages of forested lands in all of Europe.

Highest roads of Portugal:

Road Elevation District Surface
Torre (Serra Estrela) 1.996m (6,548ft) Guarda-Castelo Branco Paved
Pico do Areeiro 1.804m (5,918ft) Madeira  Paved 
Alto da Pedrice  1.740m (5,708ft)  Castelo Branco  Unpaved 
Poios Brancos  1.685m (5,528ft)  Guarda  Unpaved 
Col de Zezere  1.615m (5,298ft)  Castelo Branco  Paved  

 

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