Salvaterra de Magos

Salvaterra de Magos is located in the middle of the lezíria ribatejana, beside the river Tagus. A region with strong traditions, particularly in bullfighting. The village Bullring is one of the squares with more races throughout the year across the country. The town has six parishes and has come to know a demographic increase, being one of the reasons for this location relatively close to Lisbon, with easy access between the two localities. This being a fertile region, the origins of Salvaterra de Magos are old. There are several prehistoric traces in Muge, as well as Roman monuments. The main points of interest of the municipality are the Palácio da Casa Cadaval and the Former Royal Palace of Salvaterra de Magos, with its Chapel and Falconry. Highlights also include the albufeira de Magos, location with excellent conditions for the practice of leisure activities. The craft is rich: the embroideries Muge pottery cross-stitch da Glória do Ribatejo and vimes and the yards of Marinhais. On the table serves up the Torricado of cod, Tripe and stomach, and also honey cake, Angel Chats and the traditional liqueur of Salvaterra.

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