The Montemuro mountain presents an important natural heritage and landscape. Here, in São Pedro do Campo, geomorphological heritage is great, being dominated by several granitic forms. Witnessing millions of years of evolution, hundreds of landforms make up the landscape. Of these, there is the Montemuro Boroa stone that, presenting a curious shape, being the result of granite’s differential erosion giving evidence to its framework base, showing polygonal cracks, very similar to one boroa (typical corn bread). Other elements to highlight are small taffonis, stone sinks, stone tiles, pseudostratifications, cracks and linear grooves, many of them with great connection to popular culture, such as the Pedra Posta – important reference point for local people – or the house of the lady Moor where it is said that a Moorish woman lived here with her children. Regarding to biodiversity in this harsh landscape important species can be observed, such as the snub-nosed viper, the common midwife toad, the common holly or the round-leaved sundew, present in small peat lands around the plateau.