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Mata Nacional do Choupal

Eiras, Coimbra

Presentation
The Choupal National Forrest, which has been immortalised in poems and Coimbra fado this has been sinse time immemorial the chosen place for various recreational and sports activities. The Plant species present are: the poplar, the maple, eastern black walnut and swamp cedar.

Specific characteristics

If you come to Mata do Buçaco, you really must visit Vale dos Fetos (valley of ferns), Fonte Fria (cold fountain), that will transport you to an idyllic atmosphere, as well as the Cruz Alta viewpoint, the highest point of Serra do Buçaco, where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the whole surrounding area.
Mata do Buçaco is undoubtedly the spot that brings together a uniquely beautiful landscape and the grandeur of history and religion.

Characteristics

Acesso ao Recurso
By Foot
Private car
Public bus
Tourist Bus
Train
Public Mini-Bus
Tour Mini-Bus
Taxi
Infra-Estrutura
Water
Drainage
Light
Plumbing
Signage
Water
Drainage
Light
Plumbing
Signage
Actividades desenroladas dentro do recurso turístico
Flora Observation
Walk
Tours
Holidays
Study and Research
Taking pictures and filming
Serviços correntes fora dos recursos turísticos
Banks - ATMs
Local Museums
Parking service
Cinemas and Theatres
Contacts
Mata Nacional do Choupal
3000-611
Coimbra
Telefone: 239 499 020
Fax: 239 499 029
E-mail: rnpa@icnb.pt

Coordinates: N: 40º13'17, W: 8º27'20
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