Location in Portugal
|Subregion||Beira Interior Sul|
|• Mayor||Álvaro Rocha (PS)|
|• Total||1,416.4 km2 (546.9 sq mi)|
|• Density||8/km2 (20/sq mi)|
|Municipal holiday||Monday 15 days
Idanha-a-Nova (Portuguese pronunciation: [iˈðɐɲa ˈnɔvɐ]) is a municipality in east-central Portugal with a total area of 1,416.4 km² and a total population of 10,929 inhabitants. The municipality is composed of 17 parishes and is located in the district of Castelo Branco. The municipal holiday is the Monday 15 days after Easter.
Idanha-a-Nova has hosted the massive biannual Boom Festival since 2002, during which the population of the community temporarily increases more than fivefold. The present mayor is Álvaro José Cachucho Rocha, representing the Socialist Party.
- Aldeia de Santa Margarida
- Penha Garcia
- Salvaterra do Extremo
- São Miguel de Acha
- Segura (Idanha-a-Nova)|Segura
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