Serra das Talhadas
A hill that links the Alentejo to the Beira Baixa, with 27 km and a width of almost 2500 metres. Its hillsides sometimes bypass a steepness of 50%. It crosses Proença-a-Nova, Vila Velha de Rodão and Nisa and it is crossed by the deep valleys of the Tagus and Ocreza rivers. This hill has four geomonuments of the Geoparque Naturtejo and of the Meridional Mesa.
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Natural Resources near Serra das Talhadas
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Barragem de Corgas
A dam on the Isna brook, a tributary of the left bank of the Zêzere river, on the Tagus river basin. It is surrounded by pine trees and farmlands. Fishing is a…
Oliveira de Montes da Senhora
A Living Monument of Public Interest, because it is a centennial tree. The olive tree is a regional symbol. This tree may be around 800 years old.