In the course of the Iberian Wolf Road Galician Portuguese, we went to the historic city of Montalegre, north of Portugal, in the area of Upper Barrosa Tras-os-Montes, close to Chaves. The origins are from when the Castle was constructed between the 13th and 14th century, which integrates ancient and contemporary architecture, with the castle under restoration. Much of the area is high mountains and is part of the PN Peneda Geres, distinguished by big meadows of grass, with breeds of cattle, goats, sheep and wild horses. Its inhabitants welcome visitors, have a great tradition of emigration, while carefully preserved Barrosa culture (folklore, dances, parties and rural sports) typical of this region. Foremost among others, the championship of "A Chega two bois" Barrosa breed that attraction becomes more typical of summer months, June, July and August. In all the country have good cuisine, especially the cod, goat and lamb, we taste in the restaurant of Peter in Pitoes das Júnias. Definitely a nice place to never forget your camera to make tours around the countryside and mountains (after a land of wolves), spend a few vacation days off, getting lost and making authentic rural tourism, preferably in spring and summer.