Canyon across wild gorges. Hike in oak and pine woods on rocky slopes. And discover the natural and cultural richness of Peneda-Gerês National Park.
Wolves and iberian ibex live here. Birds of prey utter their shrill call. Daily life in the park communities is rooted in rural traditions, and you will visit the typical centuries-old stone granaries, some of which are still in use.
See the remains of a Roman road, visit a sanctuary of the Virgin Mary. And if you like, your guide will lead you to a remote place, a small 11th-century church and a ruined monastery, hidden in a solitary dell.