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The village is a good stop off point as it has much to offer it has a good daily covered market for fish, plenty of restaurants. The village offers amble parking just of the main high street, well worth strolling around the many back streets with many cottages with their brightly colored frontages, to the more grander merchants houses with carved stone door and window surrounds, and fancy wrought iron Juliet balconies, the main high street has a good selection of cafe/bars as well as bank with ATM machines. There is a small chapel with a Moorish style courtyard garden well worth a look. The village has a picnic park with the old Nora water well dating from the 1940’s that use to serve the local community.
The village splits into 2 with the EN125 running through it, on the other part of the village is one of the largest piri-piri restaurants seating around 800. It can be found on the road to Algoz. There are nearby beaches of Gale and Albufeira with their many rugged rock formations that feature in many postcards. As well some stunning golden beaches that Algarve has become known for, having some of the best voted beaches in Europe. Guia hold many annual events and one well worth a visit is the Easter giant bake festival with free entry, music and tasting of the giant cake Click for more details