The TransAlentejo Alqueva is network of eleven walking trails structured in the area of influence of the Alqueva Lake and Guadiana River, in areas of special protection in terms of nature conservation.

The trails presented here were chosen from among the several ones that each represented county has on its territory, each of which have been duly recognized and undergone an exhaustive survey of the main points of interest.

A new territory in Alentejo in opened to the organized practice of hiking in a coherent manner and with a common reason: the Alqueva Lake, its tributaries and the Guadiana River after the dam that gives its name to the lake.

From Serra d’Ossa, where the Ribeira de Lucefécit rises, to the Tapada Grande in the São Domingos Mine, you can find a common reason in the coastal scenarios that, in recent years, have shaped the landscape in this region.

Borba - The Fantastic Serra d’Ossa
Redondo - Hermits of the Serra d’Ossa
Alandroal (Terena) - Conquest of Terena
Monsaraz - Writings in Stone and Lime
Mourão - Accross the living heritage of Mourão
Portel - From Amieira to Alqueva, with the Lake at your Feet
Moura - Route of Água de Moura
Barrancos - From Serra Colorada to Cerro do Calvário
Beja - Watermills and Fortresses of Guadiana
Serpa - Trail of Azenha da Ordem
Mértola - Around the Cork Forest

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