Serra da Estrela

When the landscape is breathtaking… fancy stroll through it slowly. At Serra da Estrela time gets a new pace, through the winding paths and boulders that seem to perch in the air. The rush disappears in the altitude of the mountains, and calm accompanies us in the typical mountain villages, among the trees and along the waterways.

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Foz Côa Valley UNESCO World Heritage

Listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1998, the Foz Côa Valley is considered “the most important open air Palaeolithic rock art site”.

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Natural Park of Aire and Candeeiros Mountains

The greatest riches of the Serras de Aire e Candeeiros Natural Park are hidden within its interior. This chalk massif is a paradise for speleologists who will be able to discover grottoes and ravines in its depths, with surprising rock formations that have been sculpted by water over time.

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Buçaco Woods

At the far end of Bussaco Mountain, where the highest range is 547 meters high, you’ll find Bussaco Woods, surrounded by a high wall with eleven entrance doors.

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Serra do Caramulo

The fresh air of Serra do Caramulo is the best gift Nature has to offer you. Located in a transition zone between Beira Alta and Beira Litoral, this mountain combines woods and scrublands with pure water streams and small waterfalls where small granite villages and granaries were quietly built into the free spaces of the landscape.

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