Located atop the mountain of Reboredo, whose name comes from the woods of oaks that grow there, the Reboredo mountains contain one of the most important deposit of iron in Europe, which is 10 kilometers (6 miles) long. The mines were known to the Romans and during World War II they were thoroughly explored and their exploration is now represented in the Museum of Iron of the Moncorvo Region.
Another of the mountains' qualities is the national forest, where there are Lusitanian oaks, chestnut, beech, elm, and pine trees as well as wild boars and foxes. From this viewpoint, the panoramic view is unforgettable. You see the majority of the county of Moncorvo, the valley of Vilariça, the municipality of Vila Flor, and the far away land of Alfândega da Fé, Freixo de Espada à Cinta, and Mogadouro.
For lovers of all terrain we recommend a track because of its difficulty and complicated terrain and the views that you can enjoy as you move up.