Waymarks > 3- It’s missing signs in at least one crossroad that can compromise the navigation without a map or GPS.
Conservation of the path > 4- In a good overall status of conservation with some isolated situations.
General conservation > 3- some place present some degradation but with no negative impacts on the experience.
Information boards and signs > 4- Well maintained and with interest
Complementary boards > 1- Nonexistent or without minimum quality
Safety and suport structures > 4- Well-maintained essential structures
Local community integration > 2- Does not encourage interaction / contact with the community
Landscape integration > 3- Well integrated into the landscape but without relevant points of interest
General Safety > 4- Has occasional low-risk situations
Safety informationTake the necessary precautions for high temperatures in summer and slippery terrain in the winter. The levels of difficulty and times given are only indicative. They were calculated on a physical effort basis and do not include stops. Make your estimate by analising the technical data of path to be taken.
There is more than one intersection without signaling so we recommend using GPS or APP.
SOS Emergency: 112
SOS Forest: 117
Covilhã Municipal Council: (+351) 275 330 600 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tips and hints
Borralheira is located in Teixoso Parish, whose settlement dates back to Roman times, as evidenced by some archaeological remains found in the Terlamonte area. Industry, agriculture, livestock, tapestry and embroidery, retail and services are some of the activities the active population engages in. The village has quite extensive architectural heritage. Worth noting are the parish church and the chapel of Santo Cristo, the latter classified as property of national interest.
The cuisine is very rich and diverse. Oven broth, pan in the oven, roast mountain goat, parsnips, maize porridge and rice pudding are the delight of visitors and tourists. The Ponte Alvares is located between Ferro Parish and Peraboa Parish, liking these two places to Covilhã City. This part of the river was onde used as a river beach by neighbouring populations. Families would gather there to fishing, have picnics, go swimming or even to wash clothes.