Along the Paiva River there are plant species that constitute well-preserved and well-developed riparian galleries, predominating alders, willows, ash, poplars
and oaks. In their shadows, and dependent on the humidity, mosses and fetuses proliferate, including the royal fetus, the female fetus, the male fetus and the
polypod. Other species follow the gallery, such as the puff, scrofularia, gibardeira, embude, bloodthirsty, the rare St. John's wort, the violets, tufts of
cyperaria and numerous vines.