Rich and varied, the traditional gastronomy of this region is also one of its main attractions. Some of the outstanding dishes from this region are the roasted goat, the Cozido à Portuguesa (boiled meat and vegetable dish), the greaves and bean stew from the Beirã region, the wild mushroom rice and the meat marinated in wine and garlic. Regarding the sweets, the medieval influence is still very present in desserts such as the rice pudding and the "Sant'Ana" fritters or pastries. Finally, the cheeses and local delicacies, with an honorable mention to the Serra da Estrela sheep cheese, the ex-libris of the typical products of the region and also to the sausages and dry-cured ham. In the leisure and culture scene, the region offers an array of activities all enriched by the ancient traditions of the Dão region. The Solar do Vinho do Dão manor in Viseu is the headquarters of the Dão Wine Route. In Viseu, you should also visit the Museum of Sacred Art in the Cathedral, where you will find the treasure of the Cathedral Chapters, one of the oldest in Portugal. Regarding events, worth mentioning is the Dão Wine Fair, which is held in September and gathers the region's best wine producers. The Dão-Lafões region is also home to a great number of thermal spas, where a variety of therapeutic and wellness programs can be experienced.