Gole Alcantara Botanical and Geological Park
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- Entrance to the Gole Alcantara Park: Museum of Land (MOL)
- 4D multimedia room
- Alcantara Gorges
- The nature trails above the gorges
- The elevator up and down the gorges
- Small tasting of local Terralcantara products (DOP olive oil, jams, liquors)
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