Pão-Ló from Ovar
is the most known product of our gastronomy. The Pão de Ló of Ovar
appears mentioned for the first time in 1700, to delight the taste of speakers and extras that enlivened the celebrations of the Holy week. Made of sugar, many eggs and some wheat flour Pão de Ló of Ovar
is distinguished from the others because it is shorter, cute and above all damp. Is served and wrapped in white paper, slightly burnt by the heat and features a Brown surface.