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  1. Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina
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    Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina
    The South West Alentejo and Vicentine Coast Natural Park is the finest preserved stretch of European coastline, covering over 100 km, from Porto Covo in the Alentejo, to Burgau in the Algarve. The Park includes various unique species of animal and (...)

  2. Parque Natural do Tejo Internacional
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    Parque Natural do Tejo Internacional
    The River Tagus is the longest River flowing across Portugal. Its source is in Spain and the river travels a great distance before reaching Portuguese territory, where it establishes the frontier between the two countries over a 50 km stretch that (...)

  3. Parque Natural do Vale do Guadiana
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    Parque Natural do Vale do Guadiana
    Located in the valley of the River Guadiana, winds its way through narrow riverbanks dotted by age-old watermills, or sharp ravines covered in Mediterranean undergrowth, and offers magnificent landscape views. The area of the Natural Park also (...)

  4. Reserva Natural das Berlengas
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    Reserva Natural das Berlengas
    At a distance of around 10 km from Peniche, the Berlengas Archipelago is a natural haven maintained in a virtually unspoilt state. Constituted by three groups of small islands - Estelas, Farilhões and Berlenga - the zone maintains extensive (...)

  5. Reserva Natural das Dunas de São Jacinto
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    Reserva Natural das Dunas de São Jacinto
    Scenery that remains undecided between land and sea, composed of sandy beaches, marshland, freshwater and saltwater, and home to many valuable species. You are guaranteed an unforgettable visit.The reserve is located at the southernmost tip of the (...)

  6. Reserva Natural da Serra da Malcata
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    Reserva Natural da Serra da Malcata
    The main reason why the Serra da Malcata Nature Reserve was created was preservation of the Iberian lynx and its habitat. This endangered feline is an endemic species of the Iberian peninsula. It is considerably smaller than Eurasian lynxes and (...)

  7. Reserva Natural das Lagoas de Santo André e da Sancha
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    Reserva Natural das Lagoas de Santo André e da Sancha
    Located in the Alentejo, the  Lagoas de Santo André and Sancha Natural Reserve occupies a 15km-wide coastal sector inland from the shoreline, in the municipalities of Sines and Santiago do Cacém.The Natural Reserve consists of the Lagoa de (...)

  8. Reserva Natural do Estuário do Sado
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    Reserva Natural do Estuário do Sado
    The River Sado is born in the Serra da Vigia, near Beja, and winds its way across the plains of the Alentejo, travelling 180 km north until they flow into the sea near Setúbal. The river’s estuary commences close to Alcácer do Sal, a highly fertile (...)

  9. Reserva Natural do Estuário do Tejo
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    Reserva Natural do Estuário do Tejo
    From its source in Spain, in the Serra de Albarracin, to its estuary mouth close to Lisbon, the River Tagus travels a distance of 1.100 kms, making it the longest river flowing across Portugal.The vast estuary in front of Lisbon's eastern zone has (...)

  10. Reserva Natural do Paul de Arzila
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    Reserva Natural do Paul de Arzila
    The Paul de Arzila Nature Reserve was created in order to protect an important internationally recognized marshland zone in Ribeira de Cernache, next to the River Mondego. The zone encompasses part of the municipalities of Coimbra, Condeixa and (...)

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