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SERPA OPEN MUSEUM

NATURAL SERPA

Get ready to discover the more natural side of the Alentejo. When in Serpa, do not fail to go down to the Guadiana - the great river of the south - and visit some of its most emblematic stretches. On the way, observe the holm oak montado, a landscape of great scenic, cultural and environmental interest that is becoming rare. Put all your senses to the test, sharpen your eyes, fine-tune your nose, awaken the touch and listen, enjoy.

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Vale do Guadiana Nature Park

With more than 69 thousand hectares, part of which in the municipality of Serpa, this protected area follows (...)

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The Adiça and Ficalho Mountain Range

This mountain, of trapezoidal shape, is one of the rare elevations in the rolling Alentejo plain (...)

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Following the

Lynx

The world’s most endangered feline, the Iberian lynx, is being gradually reintroduced to the Vale do Guadiana (...)

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The Serpa Mountain Range

The rugged Serpa Mountain Range was an extensive thicket of holm oaks, cork oaks and bushy vegetation, especially (...)

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Canoeing along the Guadiana

This route runs along 16.5km, in an extraordinary stretch of the Guadiana located upstream of the famous Pulo do Lobo (...)

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Millennium-old Olive Trees

With high heritage value and some of these olive trees with their twisted trunks seem to live forever (...)

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