Canoeing - Rio Mondego (P/Mizarela): Penacova / Coimbra (Praia Mizarela) - all year. The sector with 12km between the weir of Carvoeira (Penacova) and the Fluvial Beach of Palheiros / Zorro (Coimbra). It is the largest and most commercial activity of tourist entertainment in our country, being indicated for initiation to canoeing. It has a stunning natural environment with varied vegetation and countless birds.
Night canoeing - Rio Mondego: Rebordosa / Coimbra (P / Mizarela) (Jun to Sep): For about 8km we will have the opportunity to see the largest Portuguese river from a night perspective. In the night canoeing, the silence and the emptiness of darkness make these summer canoeing very interesting, without the inconvenience of the heat that is registered during the day.
Canoeing - Rio Alvoco: Oliveira do Hospital (Oct to May): Canoeing Rio Alvoco, in a sector with 8km between Alvoco das Várzeas and Avô in the municipality of Oliveira do Hospital. It is a more technical sector, with fewer dams, but many passages with narrow rapids, some with rocks in the riverbed, where contact with water is inevitable ...
Canoeing - Rio Ceira: Góis / Vila Nova do Ceira (Nov-Mai): sector with 7km between Góis and Vila Nova do Ceira in the municipality of Góis. It is the most accessible sector in Ceira, characterized by a dozen dams, most of which are easy to progress. It has only 2 or 3 narrower passages that require some experience and skill to pass without going to taste the water temperature.
Canoeing - Rio Zêzere III: Foz do Nabão / Tancos - all year: a sector of about 11km, starting halfway between the Castelo de Bode Dam and Constância and ending at the Almourol Castle or at the Tancos pier. The descent begins on the Rio Zêzere and ends on the Tagus River. You have the option of visiting the castle of Almourol, one of the most beautiful castles in Portugal.