Olhos de Água

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Olhos de Água is a former freguesia ("civil parish"), located in the municipality of Albufeira, Portugal. In 2013, the parish merged into the new parish Albufeira e Olhos de Água.[1] It has a population of 3,221 (2001) and an area of 15.69 km².

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  1. ^ Diário da República. "Law nr. 11-A/2013, pages 552 6" (pdf) (in Portuguese). Retrieved 16 July 2014.

37°05′43″N 8°10′26″W / 37.0952911°N 8.1737931°W / 37.0952911; -8.1737931Coordinates: 37°05′43″N 8°10′26″W / 37.0952911°N 8.1737931°W / 37.0952911; -8.1737931

Olhos d'Agua is a small town in Portugal. Olhos d'agua means 'eyes of the water'. At the beach of this town you can see a spring of fresh water. You can drink from this water (before it goes into the sea of course) and you can only see it when the sea is on low tide. These springs look a bit like eyes so that's why this little village is called Olhos d'Agua. Here you can see a video of 'the eyes of the water' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0qQHz57BUw