243 Hectares Forestry
Santa Maria de Marvão, 7330, Portalegre
Located in the Natural Park of Serra de São Mamede and characterized by its rugged relief, standing out from the Alentejo plain.
Due to its geographical location and the presence of the mountain range, it presents a set of edaphoclimatic characteristics, which gives it a peculiar character, which is reflected in its vegetal cover.
It is currently forested with relatively recent plantations of wild pine, cork oak, chestnut and oak.
(set of 16 rustic buildings + 2 urban buildings)
Pinheiro bravo – 190 hectares
Cork Oak – 25 hectares
Chestnut Tree – 6 hectares
10 km from Marvão and 20 km from Portalegre.
RELIEF AND ALTIMETRY
Altitude class: 600 – 800 m
Dominant exposure class: Northeast
Key slope class: 10-25% Moderate
CLIMATIC AND EDPICAL CHARACTERIZATION
Annual rainfall: 800 – 1000 mm
Frost (number of days in the year) – Between 10 and 20 days
Average daily air temperature – Between 12.5 ºC and 15 ºC
Litología: Shales, grauvaques
FAO Soil: Lepidolytic lepidoptera of shale and quartzite of the Ordovician