Here it is:
Built between 1593 and 1613, by order of King Filipe I of Portugal (Filipe II of Spain), during the "Filipinos" era, this monumental Aqueduct has 180 arches and more than 6km and was destinated to supply water to Christ Church in Tomar. In some parts, the aqueduct has two rows of arches.
To this hunt, I prepared two approaches; One for radical geocachers who wish to walk over the Aqueduct - as I did - and another to Geocachers who prefer a smoth hunt and/or have kids with them.
For the first ones: Park in N 39º36.473 W 8º26.680 and walk over the Aqueduct in direction to the cache. Feel the sensation, the air, look and ear the small river in the valey and admire the view.
For the others: Park in N 39º36.478 W 8º26.274 and go to the cache.
Logbook, pencil, sharpener and an old 2,5 PTE coin.
Don't forget: "Cache in, trash out" and Leave No Trace
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