Sao Pedro de Muel is a charming seaside village of Portugal which each year welcomes more tourists, especially in summer. It is a tiny village with narrow streets where it's sometimes difficult to drive. The houses are low and typically have two floors, painted white with windows and doors in red or blue. If you go down the streets you will find a beautiful and large beach, although much depends on the tide. When it is low, you can walk along the beach to the nearby village, but be careful because the sand disappears completely in some places at high tide and it's not difficult to get trapped on the rocks. The only downside about this beach is that there is a fairly large drain right next to the place from which you access it. Next to the beach there is a bar where you can have snack and sandwiches and it has a fairly large terrace. It is a charming little town for to enjoy the sun and the beach for a few days.