With a surprising diversity of landscapes, this route combines natural heritage with the most important archaeological heritage left by the Roman occupation in the Upper Valley of the Terva River.
In this 13 km walk, on a circular route, starting and arriving in the village of Bobadela (next to the TVAPIC), you can visit the roman settlement of Batocas, the Alto da Abobeleira aqueduct, the Bobadela heaps, the extraction areas of Limarinho, Poço das Freitas and Brejo, numerous mouths of galleries and wells in a landscape cut through trenches and dominated by oak groves.
Type of route Circular
Point of departure and arrival Village of Bobadela
Distance 13 km / In stone, dirt and asphalt
Approximate duration 4h
Difficulty Low / Moderate
Recommended age Older than 12
Elevation gain 361 m
The suggested route is not signalized so it is recommended to use a GPS navigation system or guide.
The data for GPS navigation will be available at the Visit Boticas Shop in the near future.