This is a small village, widely known in Portugal for the quality and quantity of liqueur wine with exclusively Muscat grapes that it produces and distributes throughout the country, and probably abroad.
Naturally, 110% of the tourists who travel there visit the Adega Cooperativa, or at least its well-maintained shop.
A very simple restaurant, with a popular image, only offered us one alternative – feijoada à tramontana or Russian salad. We all went for the Russian salad, a simple dish that tasted great to everyone. The price tasted even better, as was to be expected.