The land of wild horses (Soajo Mountain)
The Soajo Mountain is in the Peneda-Gêres National Park and has one of the most unique landscapes in northern Portugal, with its traditional granar...
Alvão Natural Park
In the north of Portugal, between Vila Real and Mondim de Basto, there is this little haven called the Alvão natural park. It was established in 1983 and covers just 70 square kilometres, but it is home to endangered bird and animal species. Fisga...
Arouca Geopark is the land of adventure. You can walk through it, raft down the river, delve into history all the way back to the time of trilobites, and indulge in the delicacies of Arouca beef and the sweets invented by the nuns.
North Coast Natural Park
There are not many places like the North Coast Natural Park, where sea, river, fields and small mountains that serve as belvederes come together. Plus, there are perfect conditions for water sports.
Montesinho Natural Park
In the Montesinho Natural Park you will see villages tucked away and that blend in perfectly with the mountains and valleys. Here you can breathe in the fresh air, so enjoy a walking trail and the local flora and fauna, or, if you’re into adventur...
Douro International Natural Park
In the northeast of Portugal, in the Trás-os-Montes region, the River Douro marks the border with Spain. This river can be seen flowing through the almost 122km long Douro International Natural Park.
Discovering the Peneda-Gerês National Park
Discover this vast amphitheatre sculptured by geological formations, winds and water.
Geotourism in the north of Portugal
Since this is a different activity, geotourism in Portugal has increasingly attracted fans, especially those who enjoy spending their holidays and...