About Us

About Us




In operation with this management since 2003, the Restaurant Pont ‘a Pé is one of the mandatory stopping places on the Costa Vicentina, for all lovers of quality and typically regional cuisine. The quality, origin and freshness of the products we put on your plate, are our “special ingredient” … It is with great pride that once again, we received the Travellers’ Choice seal from Tripadvisor that confirms the effort, commitment and dedication of our team of professionals who work daily for the satisfaction of those who visit us. This distinction attributed to us reflects the positive feedback from visitors regarding the service provided, quality and customer satisfaction for accommodations, destinations, activities, restaurants and experiences.



You can make your reservation by telephone by calling +351 282 998 104 between 11 am and 10 pm from Monday to Saturday. We have capacity for 90 seats, divided between the main room, the cellar and the terraces. We are a team of professionals, competent and dedicated, with over 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry.


Regional cuisine is our soul and the motto to present you with creative solutions in catering proposals. We are guided by services where quality and dynamism prevail, honoring traditions and gastronomic heritage that will help make your event memorable.

Café da Ponte

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Our business partner and “neighboring” establishment is the perfect place for a quick and tasty meal on the fantastic terrace next to the bridge of Aljezur. It opens very early to serve breakfast, but it is an excellent option to enjoy a light lunch, or a brunch in the late afternoon. Noteworthy are Hamburgers, Bifanas, Sandwiches Plus, Quiches, Sweets and Regional Cakes, Natural Juices, Smoothies, and Teas.

Largo da Liberdade, Nº1, 8760-065 Aljezur. Tel: 282 998 104  Closed at tuesdays.




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In the heart of the Costa Vicentina, Aljezur is distinguished among the best European destinations for Nature Tourism. It is an attractive village where the western part is of Moorish origins, the center spreads beyond the bridge over the river Aljezur through a network of whitewashed houses in the narrow streets that lead us to the remains of the Castle Mouro de Aljezur (10th century) from Gharb Al Andaluz. It is integrated in the Natural Park of Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina and its mountainous landscape culminates in a coastline blessed with fantastic beaches bathed by the Atlantic. A perfect symbiosis of Mountain and Sea that offers unique flavor products, such as the famous sweet potato, honey, arbutus, fish and seafood from the coast.