Povoa de Varzim

Povoa de Varzim, a city of Portugal, has been linked to the sea since pre-Roman times, namely maritime trade and fishing, because it is located in one of the best Portuguese natural harbors. It is considered a historic town, fishing, country and bourgeois town, where artifacts from distinct periods of history blend and overlap.

City by the sea

The city of Povoa de Varzim has been a renowned beach for three centuries, the most popular in Northern Portugal.

It is a 28 km from Porto, which benefits in location and still close to other cities such as Braga, Guimarães, Ponte de Lima, Viana do Castelo, among others.

It has its own cultural identity, both for its beautiful beaches, for its traditions, festivals and a rich gastronomic fishing.

Entitled to as a "City of Leisure" for its cultural spaces, restaurants, cafés / esplanades by the sea, fishermen's quarters, monuments, Casino and also several infrastructures directed to the sport.