Rio Zêzere is located in the central region of Portugal and is the longest inland river in the country. It is an important source of local water and is an ideal place for nature lovers and adventure seekers. On the river, you can enjoy fishing, swimming, and sailing. The river is also surrounded by many small villages and is known for its old mills and waterwheels. Kayaking is a favourite activity to explore its typical small rapids and calm sections. Birdwatching enthusiasts may be pleasantly surprised about its variety of birds, such as the white stork and the red-kneed patridge. The surrounding area is full of interesting spots to visit and explore, such as the nearby Paleolithic rock art in Portugal’s oldest archaeological sites, the historic small town of Santana, and the traditional villages of Lousã and Gois. It's worth it to take plenty of time to discover the entire region's incredible outdoor activities and cultural attractions.
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