Tourists to Portugal’s Fafe Mountain region are in for a yabba dabba doo time as one of the area’s most iconic attractions has been turned into a local museum. Casa do Penedo, otherwise known as House of Stone, is an architectural feat built in between four giant granite boulders.

Casa do Penedo.

Casa do Penedo. Image by Feliciano Guimarães / CC BY 2.0

Once a homestead this ‘real-life Flintstones house’ is now a popular tourists spot after being converted into a museum containing small relics and memorabilia from the structures’ history. Whilst Casa do Penedo has no electricity it comes equipped with bulletproof windows and doors and a swimming pool. Read more: