Located in the parish of Rôge, municipality of Vale de Cambra at 625 meters of altitude, the village of Trebilhadouro has been uninhabited for about 15 years. Its stone houses, its streets drawn between fields of cultivation, barns and its stream that flows into the river Caima make this village a scenic treasure.
Legend has it that in these lands there was a treasure formed by “Três Bilhas de Ouro” and the name of the village of Trebilhadouro. Fiction or reality this village was classified by the Associação Turismo de Aldeia (ATA), as Aldeia de Portugal.
Surrounded by the Serra do Trebilhadouro and Alto do Galinheiro, from where you can see the sea and the Ria de Aveiro, this village gained visibility when, in 2001, it served as a stage for Trebilhadouro - International Festival of Arts and Cultures, an event organized by the now extinct cooperative of theater Rasgo and by the Municipality of Vale de Cambra, which took place for several consecutive years. More recently in 2017, the Institute of Housing and Urban Rehabilitation (IHRU) awarded a prize to the tourist project of architect André Eduardo Tavares to rehabilitate the country house building.
In the built heritage of the village it is possible to foresee traditions and customs from other times, making it the ideal setting for the recreation of an authentic village evening.
The silence, the green landscape and the mountain village atmosphere characterize Trebilhadouro and continue to be part of this small village now converted into a Rural Tourism space ideal for relaxing holidays, in full contact with nature.