Wooden trails in Portugal

• Wooden trails in Portugal

Paiva passage (The Paiva Walkways) are of an 8-mile route, constructed from wooden walkways and stairs, which cling and curl of ridges along Paiva River Aroika municipality, Aveiro, Portugal.

Wooden trails in Portugal

particularly interesting places footpaths is a spiral staircase that leads to the top of a huge hill, providing panoramic views of the countryside, as well as extremely narrow wooden bridge that spans the river. It is surrounded by soaring cliffs and abundant natural vegetation.

Wooden trails in Portugal

walking tours starting from the river beach Areyno and ends at another beach Espuincha.

Bai third river is located halfway on the road. As soon as pedestrians delve deeper into the path of the route, tourists meet with stunning views of the waterfalls, crystal quartz deposits, birds and animals - exotic fauna and flora.

Wooden trails in Portugal

Paiva passage was opened in July 2015, but a devastating bushfire in September has damaged more than 600 meters of wooden walkways. After several months of restoration, aisles were open to the public.

Wooden trails in Portugal

The project is an engineering company Trimetrica together with the city municipality.

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