The Côa Park Foundation owns many olive trees in the Côa region. The olive trees are grown in a sustainable...
As an immense open-air gallery, the Côa Valley features more than a thousand outcrops with rock art, identified in over 80 different sites, predominantly from the Upper Paleolithic, some 25,000 years ago
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The Côa Park Foundation, the João Cutileiro Art Centre and the Alentejo Regional Direction of Culture are pleased to inform...
The Tito Bustillo Rock Art Centre celebrated its 10th Anniversary with the inauguration of the exhibition “The art that came...
The new president of the Côa Parque Foundation – entity that manages the Côa Museum and the Archaeological Park of...
The first online meeting of the European project TExTOUR took place on 28 January, which is intended to develop cultural...
The Côa Park Foundation and its employees are grieving for the loss of its President, the lost of a leader...
The Côa Parque Foundation is pleased to invite you to visit the exhibition entitled "Manuel Botelho: White Lead" by the curatorship of Filipa Oliveira, which will be on display in the temporary exhibition rooms of the Côa Museum from 21 November to 14 March 2021.
The Côa Valley and Siega Verde are the largest open-air Palaeolithic art gallery, classified since 1998 and 2010 as World...
Based on the oldest demarcated wine region in the world – the Douro and winner of two heritages of humanity...
António Faria at the Côa Museum, a partnership with the National Museum of Contemporary Art.
The “cause” for this current exhibition, “The Douro before you”, is the urge for a hymn, an homage to the Douro people, its places of recollection, the childhood years of the Artist himself - Sobral Centeno.
After being shown at the Côa Museum in 2019, the Tribute to the Côa Valley Rock Art now visits Lisbon.