Among deep valleys and gigantic quartzite rocks, Fajão invites us to walk slowly. In its streets you’ll find warm people and houses with innovating designs which still maintain their tradition. Stroll through all of them and don’t miss the chance to see the church’s square, the Old Fountain, the jail square and the swimming pool on top of the village. At the Monsenhor Nunes Pereira Museum you will discover the old village and the mountain which was the daily route of people and traders who had their meeting point in Feijão. Follow their example and also try to have a meal at the “O Juiz” restaurant where traditional food like codfish and kid are the specialities. Alternatively, you can replace the peace of the village with the adrenaline of the rocks around it, ideal for those who enjoy open air sports.