Moledo and Caminha: What do to/eat
WHAT TO DO?
Arte in Leira: in Serra d’Arga you can visit this unique project, which allows us to get to know the work of plastic artist Mário Rocha and other creators. It occurs every year between July and August.
Municipal Museum of Caminha
It is located in the heart of the Medieval Historical Center of Caminha and displays an archaeological collection that tells the history of the region from Prehistory to Romanization.
Complex consists of swimming pools for adults and children, jacuzzi, gym and health club and spaces for massages.
Beaches like Foz do Minho, Moledo do Minho, Gelfa and Vila Praia de Âncora are great options – classified with Blue Flag – to enjoy a sunny day.
Fluvial Recreational Areas
For those who prefer the calm of the river has Lanhelas, Seixas and Foz do Minho as an alternative. You can even book a boat trip.
Historic rural villages set in lush green hills are the visiting card of this Sierra, which invites you to hike with beautiful scenery in the background. You may find horses strolling through the hills. The sunset from the sierra is stunning.
Valadares Municipal Theater
Cultural space that hosts activities such as plays, café-concert, party hall or exhibitions.
WHAT TO EAT?
Caminha has some typical dishes appetizing like, for example, sardine of rabito to the top, sardine in escabeche and the caldeirada to the fisherman. The local smokes and sausages are also very much appreciated.
In the parishes of the coast is the fresh fish the star, which translates into dishes such as: rice lamprey à bordalesa, fish fillet, dried plaice soup, sea bass in the casserole, and many others.
Inside, the highlight goes to meat, especially pork. The kid, stewed or roasted, also make a glitter.
To sweeten their mouths, they have the regional sweets: Caminos, the Lanhelas threads and the sweet tiles.