One of the more romantic features of the Red Chalet is a story that connects it to the church it faces across the square.
Portugal is home to several bone chapels, one of which is a short drive from the Red Chalet and found behind a church in the small village of Alcantarilha.
Nearly 400 years ago, Armação de Pêra earned its name from tuna traps set in the bay of Pêra, beginning a legacy handed down from generation to generation to this very day.
VILA VITA Parc is proud of promoting local gastronomic traditions, and with villa dining and BBQ experiences hosted by our chefs, you can learn a little more about the origins of dishes like the now famous frango da Guia…
They call it a potato, but it is actually a root with a high nutritional value. In Aljezur there is an entire festival dedicated to it, where local chefs reinvent the tuberous root.
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