There are many places in Portugal which
are interesting seen from a geographical point of view.
– Olivença/Olivenza region, where Portugal and Spain never agreed
on the border.
– Rio de Onor/Rihonor de Castilla,
which form practically the same village divided by the border and
inhabitants own fields on the opposite side of the border.
Link (Rio de Onor):
– Barrancos, a big
'finger' into Spanish territory with a peculiar dialect
The Portuguese-Spanish border consists from these demarcations:
1. W5 – W1: Rio Minho bridge markers (yellow on
the map below)
2. 1 – 65: Ordinary land border markers (green and blue on the map
3. G1 – G233: New border markers
4. 66 - 802: Ordinary land border markers
5. 803 – 899: Not used border marker numbers due to the
6. 900 – 1048: Ordinary land border makers
Geographic Information System of the Border (SIGAF)
– [Retrieved on 1 Oct 2013]