Pedrogao is a village on the coast of Portugal that doubles or triples its inhabitants in summer thanks to its wonderful beach. It is perhaps one of the main tourist areas in the sense that it has many typical mças summer buildings. It is really easy to see architectural structures that break the traditional Portugese model, although they conserve the height as all the pretty buildings are no more than 3 floors. The highlight of this place is definitely its formidable beach. It is a long, sandy and full of dunes that give it a wild look. The dunes run along the town's main road and there's a wooden fence so that the sand doesn't block the road when it's windy.