Landscape has been constructed as a fundamental element of study of Geography. In recent decades, many territories have undergone major changes. These are not only clearly visible in the landscape, such as deforestation, reconstruction of buildings or depopulation, but they also take on subtler forms, such as the loss of social relationships, identity changes and other diverse dynamics. In this context, tourism has a strong impact on the territory, on the landscape and on social relationships. Within the Portuguese territory, there are many, especially in the north of the country, which face economic, social and environmental problems, due to their geographical location, mainly in typically rural and mountainous areas. Tourism plays a fundamental role here that needs to be analyzed. This master's dissertation is mainly focused on the analysis of the transformations that took place in the landscape of Pitões das Júnias, a village in Trás-os-Montes province, located within the boundaries of the Peneda-Gerês National Park. The analysis has as its starting point a work published in 1981, by the ethnologist Manuel Viegas Guerreiro, entitled Pitões das Júnias: Esboço de monografia Etnográfica [Pitões das Júnias: Sketch of an Ethnographic Monography]. It seeks to establish a dialogue and parallel between the landscapes of this work and the current landscapes. Methodologically, a vast fieldwork was developed that included, above all, the observation of the space under study, a photographic survey, in conjunction with the photographs presented in the aforementioned monograph, inspired mainly by the method of visual comparison used by the photographer Duarte Belo. Questionnaires were also used, which were subsequently addressed to the local community and tourists. The results obtained made it possible, at first glance, to conclude that the local community recognizes the benefits that the growth of tourism has brought to the region. In the second instance, it was also possible to conclude that the transformation that took place in the landscape, especially in its buildings, is mainly due to the fact that some owners of small businesses, restaurants and local accommodation, begin to follow certain and determined market trends in which, above all, they seek other forms of income in addition to agriculture, as well as by the inhabitants who seek better living conditions and comfort, which results in the transformation (construction, rehabilitation, modernization) of the built landscape.