A city so connected to the fishing life, the sea and Ria as to the agriculture. Aveiro delivers a panoply of unique experiences to the most particular and curious traveller. Sandy beaches where you lose sight of the coastline (link) ideal for the practise of nautical sports; small fishing villages unique in the world for their colourful “palheiros” (traditional houses of Costa Nova); or villages lost in time where the main occupation of their people is the whine growing production. Various are the particularities of this region demarcated for the emblematic city of Porto in the north and by the history of Coimbra at south (both 30m traveling distance).
The gourmet spirits won’t be disappointed: there are many restaurants (link) where you may taste fabulous fish and sea food dishes freshly caught by the fisherman or aromatic meats slowly cooked with the mastery of our ancestors.
Cultural life is another attraction. From ballets, theatres and concerts regularly organised on the Aveirense Theatre (link) to events of an alternative character organised by the Mercado
Negro Association (link) where you will have something to do for your evenings all year round.
Additionally, both spaces as well as night life centre of the city and the Ria canal are only 5 minutes walking from Baga de Sal!
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Contacts e Reservations
Rua do Gravito, 11
Telef. +351 234 185 512
Tm. +351 929 913 015