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The village offers a good range of restaurants that are well worth a visit, serving locally caught fish from Armacao de Pera. You may even see the scouts often holding meetings in the village hall; they can be heard and seen with band practice and marches. On one of the back street is a small museum which shows different farm implements and other early household items used in past years. The newer part of the extended village sits new houses built on the other side of the EN125 road. There is an Adli’s supermarket and a small retail park. If going to the nearby town of Armacao de Pera then this village is well worth stopping off to explore as these villages are the hidden gems of the Algarve.