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Vila Franca do Campo
9680, Vila Franca do Campo
Clear water pools, created by volcanic activity and the action of the sea, located on the small island of Vila Franca do Campo.
9500, Ponta Delgada
This geologic formation of volcanic origin has approximately 1650 meters in length and an average height of two to three meters, and there are places where more than five meters. The width is very variable, sometimes reaching 10 metres. Be sure to repair, on the ceiling, in the beautiful stalactites of lávica origin, with conical shapes and smooth surfaces.
This trail shows the village of Regoufe. Narrow streets and monuments to discover in a nature trail that is 4 km long.
Deixe o carro na entrada da aldeia de Regoufe e embarque neste percurso pedestre de baixo nível de dificuldade. Tem 4.5 km de distância, por entre caminhos rurais.
This is a walk of high difficulty level. It starts at the Largo da Aldeia at Rio de Frades and ends by the Tebilhão mills. It is about 6 km long and lasts around 3 hours.
Passadiços do Paiva
Pedestrian walk on the bank of the river Paiva. You can start the course in Espiunca or Areinho. The route comprises a distance of 8 kilometers. At certain times of the year, it is also possible to participate in radical activities.
4960, Lamas de Mouro
A 4.5 kilometres trail with the very best of the rural landscapes of Lamas de Mouro.
2970, Cabo Espichel
One of the most famous capes in Portugal. From its cliffs ojne can view the Setúbal peninsula (to the south) and all the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean (to the west). The human mark in the area can be seen in the Memória Hermitage, the Church of Our Lady of the Cape (18th century) and the lighthouse. A grandiose landscape that is great for taking pictures.
A pedestrian trail near the village of Chiqueiro, on the Lousã mountain. Along the way there are natural belvederes with lovely views and a small picnic area.
Natural monument encompassed within the limits of the Arrábida Natural Park, it is a surface in the cliffs of Cape Espichel, beneath the Chapel of remembrance, composed of limestone slabs that include tracks of footprints of sauropods. One of the tracks is associated with the legend of our Lady of Pedra Mua, which refers to the tracks of a giant mule that would have transported the Holy hillside above.