Águeda was a freguesia ("civil parish") in Águeda Municipality, Aveiro District, Portugal. It had an area of 41.6 km2 and in 2011 had a population of 11,346.
In 2013 it was merged with Borralha to form the new freguesia of Águeda e Borralha.
- Catraia de Assequins
- Lapas de S. Pedro
- Ninho de Águia
- Rio Covo
- S. Pedro
- Vale de Erva
- Vale Domingos
- Vale Durão
- Vale Durão
- Vale do Sobreirinho
- Vale Verde
Population from 1864 to 2011
Variation of population from 1864 to 2011
In the 2009 local elections for the Assembly of the Freguesia, there were 10,328 registered voters, with 5,698 (55.17%) voting and 4,630 (44.83%) abstaining. The Socialist Party got 3,039 votes (53.33%), electing eight members of the Assembly, the Social Democratic Party got 1,495 votes (26.24%), electing four members of the Assembly and the Democratic and Social Centre – People's Party got 482 votes (8.46%), electing one member of the Assembly. The three remaining lists did not elect any member of the Assembly. As of 31 December 2011, the freguesia had 10,396 registered voters.
The Portuguese Roman Catholic Church's Diocese of Aveiro includes the Parish of Águeda as part of the archpriestship of Águeda.
The Pillory of Assequins, now fragmented, is located in this former freguesia and is classified as an Imóvel de Interesse Público.