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No sun today 😢 so decided to try the museum. Only one euro entrance and a very nice man gave us a private tour with a history of the fish canning plant (better than it sounds). Some excellent old photos to see but you will...More
This was a superb find on a damp and breezy morning. There are 2 main exhibits; the first about the history of sardines that were tinned in the building the museum now occupies; the second about the sardine fishermen who rowed out into the Atlantic...More
Entrance is at the rear by the rail tracks. Building is ancient tin factory. At the front you have a permanent exhibition of the tin trade and fishing trade. They have interactive computer displays in Portuguese that are well made. Then in the new part...More