(Chamada para a
rede fixa nacional)
windmills which recorded the fact that for centuries Vila do Bispo was the breadbasket of the Algarve have disappeared. What remains, however, is the charm of whitewashed houses scattered down the slopes of a hill crowned by the looming bulk of a church tower.
The narrow streets which surround the church contain many houses typical of the old algarve, with whitewashed walls, bands of bright colour, carved stonework around doors and windows and coolshade even in the dog days.