In the center of a rich agricultural region, where the famous Vinho Verde is produced, its heritage includes a large number of manor houses and palatial houses, many of which currently offer accommodation in the form of Housing Tourism.
This traditional village registers great animation every two weeks on the sands of the banks of the river when the original fair from the Middle Ages takes place, where another traditional event “A Vaca das Cordas” is also held in June. In September, the town is once again very lively with the holding of Feiras Novas, the county’s festivities.
Ponte de Lima is one of the four municipalities that make up the Lima Valley. In this region, touring the Giants Route is a way to discover the places where four great historical figures were born who took Portugal to the four corners of the world.