Cova da Beira

Cova da Beira is located in the central region of Portugal, (Beira Alta, Beira Baixa and Beira Litoral), and is located north of Lisbon.

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Vineyards in Covilhã, Cova da Beira, Low Beira, Center Region © GEP


Municipalities of Cova da Beira

Belmonte

In the lands of Cova da Beira, in Beira Baixa, Belmonte breathes history and the glorious epoch of the Discoveries. In this small municipality of the district of Castelo Branco, in the Central Region of Portugal, to the history are added the beautiful natural landscapes and viticulture.

Castelo Branco

Only the parishes of São Vicente da Beira and Louriçal do Campo are included in Cova da Beira.

Covilha

Main urban center of Cova da Beira. The municipality has just under 52,000 inhabitants (the city, 36,356 inhabitants). For several centuries, it was the capital of wool (Real Fábrica das Panos, created by the Marquis of Pombal in 1763). But above all, Covilhã provided men and support to carry on the ultra-marine adventure of the Discoveries.

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Cova da Beira: Covilhã, Belmonte, Fundão and parrishes of São Vicente da Beira and Louriçal do Campo (C. Bco) © GEP


Fundão

The municipality of Fundão is located in the central region of the country, in the Cova da Beira sub-region, and in the district of Castelo Branco, in the former province of Low Beira.

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