Oliveira de Frades Municipality
|Oliveira de Frades|
Location in Portugal
|• Mayor||Luís Vasconcelos (PSD)|
|• Total||145.4 km2 (56.1 sq mi)|
|• Density||73/km2 (190/sq mi)|
County created in 1836 by splitting the county Lafões the existing municipalities of Oliveira de Frades, Sao Pedro do Sul and Vouzela.
The municipality is composed of 12 parishes and is located in the district Viseu. It's one of the few municipalities in Portugal without territorial continuity (the other being Montijo and Vila Real de Santo António): its territory comprehends two parts, with the town of Oliveira de Frades located in the bigger part.
The present mayor is Luís Manuel Martins Vasconcelos, elected by the Social Democratic Party.
The municipal holiday is October 7.
- Arca (located in the smaller part)
- Arcozelo das Maias
- Oliveira de Frades
- São João da Serra
- São Vicente de Lafões
- Souto de Lafões
- Varzielas (located in the smaller part)