Vale de Cambra
|Vale de Cambra|
Location in Portugal
|Subregion||Entre Douro e Vouga|
|• Mayor||José Bastos Silva (PSD)|
|• Total||146.5 km2 (56.6 sq mi)|
|• Density||169/km2 (440/sq mi)|
|Municipal holiday||Saint Anthony
Vale de Cambra (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈval(ɨ) ðɨ ˈkɐ̃bɾɐ] ( )) is a city and a municipality in Portugal with a total area of 146.5 km² and a total population of 24,732 inhabitants, and 21,440 electors (2006). The city itself has about 4,100 inhabitants and is located in the Vila Chã parish.
The municipality is composed of 9 parishes, and is located in the District of Aveiro, in Norte region and Entre Douro & Vouga subregion.
It's now one of the municipalities of the Greater Metropolitan Area of Porto.
The present Mayor is José António Bastos da Silva, elected by the Social Democratic Party.
The municipal holiday is June 13.
|Population of Vale de Cambra Municipality (1801 – 2004)|
- Macieira de Cambra
- São Pedro de Castelões
- Vila Chã
- Vila Cova de Perrinho
- Rui Filipe, (1968-1994), Portuguese footballer.
- João Paulo Fernandes, born August 11, 1984, Portuguese boccia player and Paralympic champion.
- Hóquei Académico de Cambra, a rink hockey club.