|Data on the structure|
|Construction time:||until 1993|
|Height above valley floor:||21 m|
|Height of the structure crown:||389.5 m|
|Crown length:||95.5 m|
|Data on the reservoir|
|Altitude (at congestion destination )||386 m|
|Water surface||0.11 km²|
|Storage space||0.87 million m³|
|Total storage space :||1.1 million m³|
The Queimadela dam ( Portuguese Barragem de Queimadela ) is located in the northern region of Portugal in the Braga district . It dams the Vizela to a reservoir. The town of Fafe is approximately six kilometers south of the dam.
The dam was completed in 1993. It is used to supply drinking water.
With a normal storage target of 386 m (maximum 388.5 m at high water), the reservoir extends over an area of around 0.11 km² and holds 1.1 million m³ of water - of which 0.87 million m³ can be used.
- QUEIMADELA DAM. APA Barragens de Portugal, accessed January 24, 2015 .