Algarve fish canning factory opens for visits

Conserveira do Arade in Parchal is opening its fish canning factory for visits next month, allowing people to see how its Saboreal and Papa Anzóis products are made.

Says the company, the goal is to bring the region’s fish canning traditions back into the limelight and show people how canned goods are still produced in the Western Algarve.

The guided visits will be divided into two parts: the first will focus on showing visitors around the production and canning facilities, followed by a tasting event.

The visits will begin in February and cost €10 per person. Admission is free for children aged under 12. Group visits can also be booked (for groups of no more than 10 people).

Conserveira do Arade will also be unveiling its new factory store, open from 9am to 5pm, which will allow visitors to purchase the company’s products directly from the factory.

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www.conserveiradoarade.com