LIMA ESCAPE

WHO WE ARE

History

Lima Escape Company was created at 2012 with the view to carry out some touristic projects at the Peneda-Geres National Park. In January 2013, we won a public tender for the Camping Site of Entre Ambos-os-Rios (literally: “between two rives”).

So, we are young team, dynamic and open to new challenges, initiatives and encounters… come meet us!

Our Camping Site offers:

Traditional accommodation in the Camping & Caravanning site or, for those looking for a different and exclusive experience, our comfortable Glamping Units (Bungalows & Special Tents) will surely be an agreeable surprise

Our Mission is:

to promote the values and ideas of the quality nature and eco-tourism of the Minho region, Northern Portugal and the Peneda-Geres National Park (PGNP) by creating the best accommodation and nature activities and services provided by a dedicated and welcoming team.

Our Vision is:

to offer unique moments of leisure in full contact with nature through a wide range of outdoor activities, as well as making our customers recognize the local flora and fauna, enabling a high-quality environmental tourism experience with respect and responsibility in the preservation of the natural heritage and sustainability of economic values and social commitments.

RNET Number: 3267

Ermida, Ponte da Barca, Northern Portugal 🇵🇹
Do you know that Peneda-Geres National Parc is making part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves of the MAB UNESCO Programme which consists of a dynamic and interactive network of sites of excellence all around world. This Network includes 701 biosphere reserves in 124 countries including 21 transboundary sites (dates of November 2019).

Geres - (Xures) Transboundary Biosphere Reserve is located on the extreme west of the Iberian Peninsula. The hilly relief contains two major peaks: Nevosa, which climbs up 1,556 metres, and Fontefría, which reaches 1,559 metres. Successive mountain ranges include the Sierra del Xurés, Sierra do Quinxo and Santa Eufemia, which are encircled by tributaries of the River Lima (Limia). Other major rivers that traverse the biosphere reserve include the Vez, Homen and Cávado. The reserve’s natural landscape is divided into plains and inland valleys, the wide valley of the Lima River and steep slopes.

This Spain-Portugal Biosphere Reserve has a rich diversity in flora with 807 native and non-native taxa including a large number of Lusitanian and Iberian endemics.
Beautiful & Unique área which definitely worth visiting!! 💚💚💚
#escapetunature with #limaescape #ermida #pontedabarca
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