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Unlike other small villages that are just whitewashed, Bordeira has many that are whitewashed but with vibrant colors picking out any features the building has. With many small cobbled stone roads, planted with orange and lemon trees, give the feeling of a traditional village. Some of the houses sit staggered high above one another, there is a café/bar aptly named Café da Bordeira, which offer light snacks and a limited lunch. There is a shop and other restaurant used by the locals. It is not surprising that there are not many ruins in the village, as it is a thriving little community; even what once was the communal bake oven/house, has now been converted in to living accommodation. The area is a green agricultural one with the area known for growing figs. Outside of the village, there is a surfing camp.