Rede Côa Selvagem

Rede Côa Selvagem

LOCAL PRODUCTS

Matreira (Almond-base products and olive oil)

Matreira was born from the desire to share the unique flavours of Beira Alta with the rest of the world. Here you will find varieties of ancient trees whose fruit bears a sublime flavour that has been refined over hundreds of years. Matreira products are handcrafted and produced in the Greater Côa Valley. Made with almonds and olives of indigenous varieties from the Douro region, they offer a unique flavour given the distinctive characteristics of this area of schist soils and peculiar microclimate.

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Flor Alta (Natural cosmetic products)

Flor Alta offers a range of handmade and natural products, as an alternative to the use of synthetic substances found in traditional industrialized beauty products. The plants used are highly prized for their medicinal properties. Their range of products includes balms, essential oils, and moisturizing creams for the face and hands (among others). They have also recently included a selection of herbal infusions.

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AMBOMbagas (Red Fruits and Organic Liqueurs and Sweets)

Production and selling of organic red fruits and nuts, as well as sweets and liqueurs made from these same fruits. Located in Avelãs de Ambon, in Guarda. Growing business and already with wide distribution at national level and with large distribution chains.

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Flor do Côa (Honey)

Between the banks of the Côa River and the mountains of Beira Interior, the bees of Flor do Côa, a partner of the Wild Côa Network, produce a unique and very special nectar in the Vale de Madeira area, right next to the Rewilding Center and the Ermo das Águias rewilding area.

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Planalto Dourado (jams and chutneys)

Planalto Dourado, founded in 2005, is reborn from an old and traditional wine-growing house in Beira Interior whose production was converted into an organic mode. The products produced are: essential oils, aromatic plants, sweets and jams, spiced chutneys, dried tomatoes, flavored salts, rhubarb. The land that once produced wine is now also the cradle of aromatic plants, vegetables and fruits that later reach the hands of consumers in the most diverse forms.

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Quinta das Baganhas (chestnut, hazelnut and almond)

Quinta das Baganhas is located at an altitude of around 800 meters in the village of Urgueira, which belongs to the union of the parishes of Sabugal and Aldeia de Santo António – the Alto Côa region where the river marks the landscape and the Serra da Malcata draws the relief under the ever-watchful eye of Saint Cornelio. With an approximate area of ​​7 hectares, this project produces in transition to organic production mode (MPB) – in addition to chestnut – varieties Martaínha, Judia and Souto Velho; Nut, Franqueti variety; Hazelnut, variety of Tonda di Gifondi and Almond of the Lauranne variety.

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Cantinho Café (craft beer)

A cosy café in the historical village of Castelo Rodrigo, with an inviting terrace, an impressive view and the best craft beers in the region, in a space that is now part of the itinerary of those who visit us, in a partnership that we intend to solidify and amplify in the near future.

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Quinta Vale do Tourão (handmade and natural sheep milk soaps)

A farm with organic almond and olive groves in Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo, which is dedicated to the production of various cosmetic and natural products based on almonds, olive oil and also sheep’s milk. Highlights include the many handmade and 100% natural soaps, made with fresh milk from the farm’s own sheep.

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