The Arouca Geopark is a geopark that integrates a geological heritage of great importance, representing today one of the pillars of sustainable development. It is an open-air museum, with an area of 328 km2 and 41 geosites. It includes the Serra da Freita and the Paiva Walkways. Discover the Network of Pedestrian Routes, 13 of which are short route (PR) routes.
At 175 meters above the level of the Paiva River, one of the wildest rivers in Europe, the suspension bridge is 516 meters long and has state-of-the-art engineering, as well as the capacity to hold two thousand people at the same time.
The Caima River is the most important of the watercourses in the municipality of Vale de Cambra, having at its source an imposing waterfall - Frecha da Mizarela - about 70 meters high. Google Coord. 40.863865 -8.285637
The Eng. Duarte Pacheco Dam is used to irrigate the fertile fields in the lower part of the valley. The dam is a pleasant place, surrounded by greenery. Google Coord. 40.850867 -8.351958 GPS 40º51'01.6''N 8º21'09.4''W
Manueline pillory of the sixteenth century, classified as a Property of Public Interest, is located in the square of Macieira de Cambra, in front of the Municipal Museum. Google Coord. 40.855417 -8.3776211