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Amarante
Interesting
Amarante The Essential
Interesting
On the slope of a hill on the side of the Tâmega, Amarante is a charming and picturesque village whose old houses have wooden balconies and wrought iron grilles. Well-known for its pastries (lérias, foguetes, papos anjo) and its vinho verde, the town is enlivened each year on the first Saturday in June at the Festival of its patron saint, St Gonzalve, who has the reputation of promoting marriages and fertility.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Amarante
Church of São Gonçalo Monastery
Church of São Gonçalo Monastery
This Church, built in 1540 has a side
15 minutes
São Gonçalo bridge
São Gonçalo bridge
The granite bridge was built over the
15 minutes
Town Hall
Town Hall
This town-hall is set up in the old
15 minutes
São Pedro Church
São Pedro Church
This 18C construction has a Baroque
15 minutes