Parque Natural Regional do Vale do Tua
The park spans for an area of 25.000 hectares, located in the Lower Tua, between the Vila Real and Bragança Districts, and integrates the municipalities of Alijó, Murça (right bank of the Tua river), Vila Flor, Carrazeda de Ansiães (left bank of the Tua river) and Mirandela. This park is characterized by a geographical and climatic diversity rendering it truly unique, as proven by its 14 habitats, divided into 4 great groups: urban habitats, agricultural, forest and river.
Structure its supply and its territory by identifying and organizing the resources it owns
Parque Natural Regional do Vale do Tua, within its plan of action, intended to structure the offer and the territory by identifying the resources available and the organization of such resources in order for the same to be enjoyed by visitors and tourists.
Tua Valley Nature Guide
The Tua Valley Nature Guide gave answer to the needs of the Natural Park, by organizing the natural and tourist offer of that territory, also providing a guide and a visitation model to the tourist and visitor. At the same time mini guides were organized in themes to be distributed to park visitors, as well content for the Park´s website.
A strategic perspective
"Realities are the result of a complex context, the Regional Natural Park of Vale do Tua is a preciousness that arose from a complexity that a set of habitats creates. These are unexpected scenarios, stories kept from time waiting for your contact. Longomai, prepared the content with which you will contact when you visit us. The Nature Guide they have made allows an innovative reading of the territory, a clear apprehension of what can be found and provides an organization of resources that allows us to better manage the Park and support those who visit us. They are competent, dedicated and surprising in the approach they make."