This is a village about 10 Km far from Abrantes where I never had been until one more session of dancing championship occurred in... Pego.
I had no time to see it.
We arrived late, danced, and made the usual picnic at the end. But I think that this year we will repeat the visit, maybe with time to look around.
Another village in Ribatejo, revealed by dancing events. In a short and too located visit I saw no noticeable signs. We will be back.
They must have beautiful girls in S. Vicente do Paul, but I only had time to take a picture to some "dancing tourists" from my team, to sign the presence. I will gather some other photos from our team.
I was back, and saw some more details that justified a S. Vicente do Paul page. Be my guest!
A common village of the north bank of river Tejo, this is a very active region, with many small industries and some agriculture.
I had a couple of friends there that I used to meet each summer in Nazaré, but dancing was really the purpose of my first visit.
The expensive life in town is a good opportunity to the development of the villages near the big cities. Amiais de Baixo, not far from Santarém, shows some signs of progress and richness.
Big, stylish room, beautiful htl surrounding and view from the room, spa facilities, not that good...more
This is probably one of the nicest hotels I have stayed in this price range in Europe. The hotel is...more
Av. Madre Andaluz, Santarem, 2000-210, Portugal
Good for: Solo