Ria de Aveiro
The Ria de Aveiro is one of the most important and beautiful hydrographical disasters of the Portuguese coast. It extends for about 45 miles, parallel to the sea, then flows into the rivers Vouga, Antuã and Boco. With a fairly diverse aquatic fauna is also a privileged place for the practice of nautical sports. Brand image is the main natural attraction of the city of Aveiro.
- Water resources
- car access
Natural Resources near Ria de Aveiro
Reserva Natural das Dunas de São Jacinto
In the Baixo Vouga subregion, in Ovar and the village of San Jacinto and covering the County of Aveiro in the coastal area lying between the Atlantic Ocean and…
This river has its spring at an altitude of about 860 metres, on the Lapa mountain, and then forms several channels and hence forms the Aveiro tidal stream. It…