The Currais trail stretches along an astounding area of natural beauty of the Peneda-Gerês. 10 km long, along three "currais" of the barren fields of Vilar da Veiga: the Curral da Espinheira, the Curral da Carvalha das Éguas and the Curral da Lomba do Vidoeiro. Its difficulty level is of medium to high difficulty.
A pedestrian trail that starts and ends at the Typical Village of Brufe, that lasts 2 or 5 hours, accotrding to the chosen itinerary. The level 1 itinerary is 5 km long and the level 2 itinerary is 12 km long.
A small pedestrian trail that is 9 km long. Its main points of interest are the Ethnographic Museum of Vilarinho da Furna, the Eixões bridge, the Roman Temple, the Silha, the Aldeia do Campo do Gerês (Country Village of Gerês), the Sarilhão Cliff, the Roamn Geira and its landmarks, among so many and so many magnificent landscapes.
The 689 sailable há of the Caniçada Dam are excellent for sporting. The natural beauty is fit for nice boat trips. The boat "Rio Caldo" aims to offer its customers the best of the Gerês. Reservations are by the telephone number 253391792.
The Albergaria Woods surround the road that connects the small town of Gerês and Portela do Homem (on the border with Spain). Along several kilometres one is in full touch with nature. Ther wild horses may be seen in this protected area of the National Park.
The Trilho do Castelo (Castle Trail) spreads along the memorable and historical Saint Isabel mountain. Ut is 16 km long, reaches an altitude of 990 metres and is of medium difficulty. There are two options: the first one, the longest, offers direct touch with the rural architectural riches of the Saint Isabel parish and the second, shorter, has beautiful landscapes and the Castle of Covide.
The Trilho dos Moinhos e Regadios Tradicionais (Tradiktional Mills and Watering Areas Trail) crosses the rural villages of Lagoa, Sequeirós and Pergoim. It is a small, 9 km long, trail, that lasts about 4 hours. A special note to the belvedere at the Alto do Espigão and to the old outdates roads.