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Located at the northeast mountains of Portugal and right next to the Côa River, the Côa Valley presents itself as one of the most desired touristic spots in Portugal. Declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1998, the Côa Valley gives us the biggest open air site of paleolithic rock paintings in the world, becoming one of the favorite destinations of Archaeological Tourism fanatics. This region distinguishes itself thanks to its magnificent landscapes, characterized by their color contrast, specially in the first weeks of Spring where one can enjoy the almond trees blossoming.
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