Sernancelhe is a county kissed by the harmonious junction between the mountain and the river. The Serra da Lapa, Zebreira, Pereiro and the Távora River (which flows into the Douro), are elements that make them quite unique for the development of hunting and fishing activities. The varieties of hunting and the possibility to enjoy the tranquility of the Távora while dipping the hook in their waters, make the region an attractive municipality, mainly to practice entertaining and sportive activities. The underbrush, the proximity of cultures and the positioning of some saws, explain the abundance of species such as rabbit, hare, fox, partridge and rolls. The county has several hunting areas, managed by the respective parish councils, where the hunting activity unfolds obeying strict care to control the species. The wild boar hunting trips are promoted several times a year, these are intended mainly to protect the cultures of this animal’s action, and provide great meeting days to hundreds of hunters who come to this region. But the Távora river is where fish abounds. Taking advantage of the charms of its banks, the shadows of alders and natural dams are fished barbs, bogas, Fardetas, carps and trout. Places like Ponte do Abade or Vila da Ponte, Penso, Freixinho and Faia are examples of villages close to Tavora River and the fishing activity. Over the centuries, they were able to make the key activity fishing for its economy, also having transformed into culinary baseline, that are proof that little fish-of-the-river just out of the frying pan with a marinating sauce, traditional delicacy of our county that local restaurants offer on their menus.