Visit

ATN Nature's Spaces for Nature (EPNs) are excellent  for a wide range of activities. Our main Space for Nature is the Faia Brava Reserve - the first and only Private Protected Area in Portugal -, known for the rich landscapes of rocky cliffs over the Côa River, the unique flora of which stand out olive grove, holm oak forests, rosemary fields among others and, by the fauna, in which, in semi-wild state, the herds of garranos horses and maronesas cows can be observed.

In the Faia Brava Reserve, we have developed the most diverse activities as trails, picnics, bird watching sessions, events, among many others. Our main offer is the recent Biologists' Trail, which can be adapted to all target groups.

Activities:

Hiking Biologists' Trail (Faia Brava Reserve)
Duration: 2h30
Difficulty: Easy / Average
Course: 3km
Price: € 20 / person (minimum 3 people or € 60,-)
(children 0-6 years: € 0, 7-12 years: € 10)

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All Terrain SAFARI
Route: 20 Kms
Duration: 3h
Level: Easy
Meeting Point : near the Church of Vale de Afonsinho
Start time: to be defined with the Guide
Price: € 100 / vehicle (up to 4 persons)

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School programs: 
Depending on the object of study, you can propose a visit with your class in the Reserva do Faia Brava.

 

Contact us to arrange it!

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