Pedra Furada is a tranquil village which happens to be along the route of the Portuguese Way of St James, hence its popularity with pilgrims walking the trail. Access is via a charming terrace, which leads to a pleasantly rustic and meticulous dining room with a large fireplace, wood ceiling and solid walls adorned with various culinary awards. The homely regional cooking is as simple as it is honest and based around high-quality ingredients, including some produce grown in its own vegetable garden.
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