The region of Bragança, distributed over 12 municipalities, occupies the northeast of Portugal.

We highlight the National Park of Montesinho, one of the world-class lost paradises, with an exceptional landscape where the green of marshes contrasts with the redness of ancient woods. It’s worth see how the local population is integrated in the territory and visit their shale and granite villages: Moimenta, Montesinho, França and Guadramil, some of them with some curious communitarian traditions as River of Onor. When travelling by the beautiful Northeast, you arrive to an ancestral rurality, when you’re visiting an unique heritage, like taking a walk by the castels of Mougadouro, Penas Roias and Algoso or wandering by the southern municipalities named warm lands and known for their agricultural production, like Vila Flor olive oil and Alfândega da Fé cherry. The boarder section of Douro River is part of a natural park, a real sanctuary of endemic species and breathtaking landscapes that can be appreciated in environmental cruises with ecological vessels.

Bragança is a reference for the train line connecting Tua to Cachão and running through the green fields, splashed with dams with mills, on a trip that gives you an hour of an unforgettable overview.

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Scouting

Beginning of Scouting

• 1924

Scout Centers

• Centro de Formação de Carrazeda de Ansiães

Training

• Training Courses for Leaders and CNE’s Educational Programme
• Monographic Courses: Pioneering, Orientation, Environment

District Activities

• District camp
• Opening of Scouting Year
• St. Jorge’s Day
• Activities per Sections

 

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