The cascade of Pitões das Júnias in Peneda-Gerês National Park, is fueled by the crystal clear waters that pass near the monastery of Santa Maria das Júnias. Has a first drop of about 30 meters, followed by several others that allow a refreshing dip during the summer. This whole scenario is surrounded by a beautiful Oakwood centenary.
Waterfall in the National Park of Peneda-Gerês, more precisely at Travassos, accessing-posing as a footpath of about 2 kilometres. It is a medium-sized waterfall surrounded by tall green hills, creating a breathtaking scenario.
It is a large Virgin green area and great natural beauty. It is here the Fojo do Lobo of Avelar and the Miradouro da Senhora Das Treburas, offering magnificent panoramic views. The level of grass are the Pyrenean Oaks and Oak, the Phoenicean Juniper or Pine, Holly, Genista, Heather and Gorse. The Pyrenean Oak is the dominant species, since it adapts easily to mountain slopes, enduring the cold and the snow so characteristic of winters Barrosões.
Located to the northeast of Montalegre, it belongs to the Old Massif. It measures 10 km and it is the second highest mountain in Portugal, with its peak at an altitude of 1527 metres, at the Fonte da Pipa (Barrel Fountain). From the top, one views the Lima, Tâmega, Cávado and Rabagão valleys, as well as several villages and the small town of Montalegre. Besides the landscapes, there are also horses and one can do mountain sports, such as hang gliding, paragliding, climbing and walks.
A river that is tributary of the Cávado river's left bank, born between the Barroso and the Larouco hills. It is 37 km long and it is used for producing electricity at the Alto Rabagão and Venda Nova dams. The access to the sping is by foot, after Codeçoso.