in the municipality of Guarda
Mondego WalkwaysMondego Walkways are located in the municipality of Guarda, in a territory recognized by UNESCO as Geopark Estrela. It is a route of about 12 km, along the River Mondego, and it passes through places such as Videmonte, Trinta, Vila Soeiro and Barragem do Caldeirão. The route, of unique beauty, offers walkers breathtaking landscapes and includes crossing areas, walkways and suspension bridges. For the bravest, there is also an opportunity for a slide crossing. Visit us!
The Mondego Walkways are now open to the public!
Mondego WalkwaysThe route runs along River Mondego and two tributaries Ribeiro do Barrocal and Rio Caldeirão, covering about 11.5 km, with 6.7 km over wooden walkways (a total of seven) some of them flat, others on stairs.
ExperienceThe structure aims to make known the landscape and the environmental and historical heritage of the surrounding villages, guaranteeing new experiences for visitors, through the creation of points of interest that reveal the best kept secrets of Mondego river.
Magical PlacesVisitors have access to unique places, such as Mocho Real Viewpoint, waterfalls, mills, old woolen, weaving and electricity production factories (Central Hidroelétrica do Pateiro).
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Videmonte is a parish belonging to the municipality of Guarda. It covers an area of 53.92 km² and has 980 inhabitants. It belongs to the network of Mountain Villages and part of its land is inserted in the Serra da
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