Sátão

The municipality of Sátão is part of the District of Viseu and is composed of 12 parishes. Crossed by the Raja of Sátão, its landscape is essentially rural, marked by the presence of dams, the Sierra de San Matias, the vast religious heritage and archaeological remains. In Sátão is also the largest tree of Portugal-the eucalyptus Contige. The trademark gastronomy the region, thanks to the Lamb, veal, baked beans with cabbage and pork, which should be accompanied by bread cooked in the oven, as happens with the typical fish of the river. The conventual sweets gather the candy and chips, cavacas typical: sweet rice, fries and olive oil cake are some of them, linking well with traditional liqueurs. For most of the year occur several parties parishes that comprise Sátão, notably, in August. A souvenir of this Council include the palhoças (rain shelters made of reeds), articles in wood, basketry and stone work that even today find themselves.

What to do in Sátão

Where to eat in Sátão

Where to sleep in Sátão

Quinta do Malhô
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