Torna - 6160-498 Oleiros - Portugal
Tel: (+351) 272 680 010 - Fax: (+351) 272 680 019 
GPS: 39.915707 / -7.910946


A region full of interest

Landscape, outdoor sports and cultural activities

The region has great landscaping and cultural interest.

Stunning landscapes
Stands out the wilderness of Pinhal Interior, the Schist Villages, the Alveolos, Lontreira, Moradal and Cabeço Rainho mountains.
From the higher place, over a green immense sea, may be seen, for example, the Serra da Estrela Mountain. There are countless sights were you can enjoy and contemplate nature.

Schist Villages
A visit to the schist villages and the Zêzere riverbanks are unmissable programs. A visit to Cabeço do Mosqueiro and Fraga de Agua D’Alta waterfall is also of rare natural beauty.

Culture to discover
The region has an immense patrimony to discover. Stands out the religion heritage and several options for sports and contact with nature, from river beaches and footpaths and trails to TT lovers.

Annual festivals and fairs
Festivals and local events, such us Feira do Pinhal, promoting crafts, gastronomy and other economical activities, as well as sporting events ensure a unique animation.

For the lovers of hiking, excellent footpaths to appreciate the silence, the landscape and the streams that abound throughout the territory. Let yourself go by time and enjoy; take the Rota das Montanhas trail crossing several points of interest from natural patrimony especially the Geopark Naturtejo; historical and cultural heritage with its religious and gastronomic unique elements.

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In the region and not least a hour away, you have several points of interest to visit, from river beaches, monuments and museums, natural areas, restaurants, etc and a variety of activities to do: Swimming, hiking, fishing, adventure sports, canoeing.

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Over the years festivals and religious pilgrimajes with pagan rituals animate the entire town hall. To highlight the Feira do Pinhal annual and large scale event ending with the parties of Santa Margarida and it brings many outsiders to Oleiros.