Good for: eating and drinking., a GOOD cup of coffee, Relaxing and Sightseeing
Lonely Planet review for Taipa Village
The historical part of Taipa is best preserved in this village in the south of the island. With a tidy sprawl of traditional Chinese shops and some excellent restaurants, the village is punctuated by grand colonial villas, churches and ancient temples. Avenida da Praia, a tree-lined esplanade with wrought-iron benches, is perfect for a leisurely stroll.
You can rent bicycles in Taipa Village fromAluguer de Bicicletas; there’s no English sign but it’s next to the Don Quixote restaurant.