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Burgau has plenty of parking at the top of the village. Starting at the top gives opportunity to explore whilst making your way down to the many bars and good quality restaurants. Like most places if you want to sit with front side views of the village with sea views then expect to pay a little more for snacks and drinks. But well worth the sea view, It feels like you could be in the Mediterranean.
Those wanting a cheaper quality lunch or snack have a good choice at the top of the village. Places like Tomik are one such place that has a modern theme and clean. Just further along from Tomik, is one of the largest Hotels / restaurants that has a very colonial frontage Casa Grande. It was featured in the filming (of the one foot in the grave). An English BBC television comedy drama back in the 1990s. Considering Burgau is a fishing village dating from the 17th century the village has no chapel.
Overall the village is one of much charm with many whitewashed cottages and townhouses; it offers plenty to do and has many quality gift shops, mini supermarkets.If you have visited Burgau before and had problems parking due to the vast numbers of wild campers who flock there, you will be pleased to hear that article as of Jan 2021 Portugal brought out a new law (50ºA of the decree-law n.º 102-B/2020) the new rule came into force to change the highway code, and police have been enforcing the new law which has seen Burgau return to a much easier place to park than before.