Aveiro is a deeply inspiring city and the perfect destination for design lovers. Along with the exquisite art nouveau buildings, Aveiro is an icon of creation and colourful brands. The ideal destination for enthusiastic shoppers who enjoy distinguishing articles that testify the Portuguese soul!
A Minha Terra
A Minha Terra is an enchanting ceramics shop of Aveiro that owns a truly Portuguese soul. Created by the French of Portuguese origin Vince Robinet, this centrally located store sells the most fascinating products made by the hands of skill-full craftsmen from the whole country.
It's not only about ceramics, but many other Portuguese traditional arts, such as: colourful hand-woven blankets; wooden toys or olive/salt-based natural soaps. Tradition and innovation brought together in a shop that showcases the essence of Portuguese cultural identity.
MOOD is a Portuguese home-styling brand based in Aveiro that focuses on interior design projects and decor products. In addition to marketing products of internationally recognised brands, MOOD also presents a line of articles with its own design.
With a physical space in the city of Aveiro, we provide the customer with a shop and product exhibition area, creating different ambiences with distinct types of furniture and decorative accessories, and an atelier space, more dedicated to tailor-made service and project development.
Founded in 1856, Confeitaria Peixinho is the oldest bakery in Aveiro, producing the iconic "ovos-moles" (soft eggs). This mouth-watering sweet speciality was created 5 centuries ago by the nuns of the Jesus Monastery. Confeitaria Peixinho bakes the century-old original recipe!
Aveiro soft-eggs were actually the first Portuguese sweet to be acknowledged with the protection status by the European Commission, as well as the Protected Geographical Indication.
Confeitaria Peixinho is located at the heart of Aveiro in a pedestrian street by the Main Canal of Aveiro Lagoon. Apart from the delicious "ovos-moles, Confeitaria Peixinho fabricates other sweet specialities made of soft-eggs.
A charming place full of elegance where you can taste the unique Aveiro "ovos-moles", while drinking a comforting tea or coffee.
Comur is a prestigious preserved food factory located in Murtosa, Aveiro region, and truly a success story! Founded in 1942, Comur continues to grow, meeting the most demanding excellence and quality standards. Preserved sardine is the most sought-after product, but the enterprise is mostly known for the production of preserved eels.
Without any additives or preservatives, Comur's canned foods are very nutritious and offer multiple health benefits. They are the purest delight that the current wisdom of the Portuguese gastronomy brings from the past. The simplicity preserved in decades of Comur experience, exponentiating pleasure for the senses.
Honouring the know-how of generations, in a completely manual process by the wise hands of the women of Murtosa, Comur offers the excellence of the Portuguese sea!
Comur has nowadays 22 stores in Portugal, full of colour and fantasy, as well as an online shop that sells its amazing products to the whole world.
Housed in the former building of the canning food factory, Comur cannery is a true symbol of a deep-rooted tradition of preserving eels. This museum tells the most incredible stories to its visitors. Did you know that during Second World War the troops of Mussolini were fed by Murtosa’s canned pickled eels? In fact, this was the first major supply of Murtosa. There are many preserved food museums in Portugal, but Comur cannery is the only one in Portugal dedicated to preserved eels – a trademark of Murtosa.
For many decades the women of Murtosa fried the eels, supplying not only the coastline area, but also the inland of the country (Viseu, Guarda or Castelo Branco). The demand was so huge that the fish frying women felt that they didn’t have enough means of production. Therefore, a few business man of the neighboring city of Estarreja joined them and thriving Comur was founded.
The washing tanks, the packaging machinery and the frying tanks have remained unchanged, so that visitors can experience the spirit of the place, also through sound and image.
Tuesday to Sunday
09:30 – 12:30
14:00 – 17:30