Válega is a small and undeveloped little town in the north cost of Portugal. It is habited mainly by farmers. It’s a rural area by definition with approximately 9000 inhabitants.
One of it’s hidden treasures is this place called “Cais do Puxadouro” or “Puxadouro’s* Peer”. It’s a nice and nearly untouched scenery, as you can see in this low quality photos.
Here it is in this satellite image from google maps:
* I can’t find a translation for this word.