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Anadia is a city and municipality in the Beira Litoral region of Portugal.


Tree-lined avenue in Anadia.

Anadia (uh-nuh-DEE-uh, /ɐ.nɐ.ˈdi.ɐ/) municipality has 27,535 residents (2021 provisional), with about 6,000 living in the city proper.

Visitor information[edit]

Get in[edit]

Anadia is about halfway between Coimbra and Aveiro.

By train[edit]

Comboios de Portugal provides frequent service to stations in the municipality at Aguim, Curia, Mogofores, and Paraimo - Sangalhos.

By bus[edit]

Regional bus service is available from Transdev[dead link].

By car[edit]

Anadia is served by the A1 motorway (Autoestrada do Norte) from Lisbon, Porto, and cities in between.

Get around[edit]

Map of Anadia


  • 1 Museu do Vinho Bairrada (Bairrada Wine Museum), Avenida Eng. Tavares da Silva, +351 231 519 780, . Tu–F 10:00–13:00 & 14:00–18:00, Sa Su 11:00–19:00, closed M. Anadia is at the heart of the Bairrada demarcated wine region and hosts the museum dedicated to the lifecycle of this product. €1, kids 12 & under free.




  • 1 Quinta do Encontro, Rua de São Lourencinho, São Lourenço do Bairro, +351 231 527 155, . Tu–Th 10:00–18:00, F Sa 10:00–22:00, Su 10:00–16, closed M. Serving traditional Portuguese cuisine at a winery surrounded by vineyards. €12-45.



  • 1 Curia Palace Hotel, Spa & Golf, Avenida Plátanos, Curia, Tamengos, +351 231 510 300, . Check-in: 16:00, check-out: 11:00. Four-star, 100-room hotel in a palatial 1920s/Art Deco/Belle Epoque setting, surrounded by gardens, golf courses, and vineyards. Amenities include swimming pool, restaurant, several bars, room service, minibar, free breakfast, and free parking. €58-122.


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