is a civil parish in the municipality of Calheta in the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira. The population in 2011 was 909, in an area of 24.71 km².
It is located west of the municipal seat of Calheta, and southwest of the municipality of Porto Moniz. The parochial Church of Saint Peter located in the area of Salão, and across from the Civic Centre complex. The name of the parish, as the historian Gaspar Frutuoso explained, came from early explorers to the western tip of the island of Madeira, whom fished the waters and caught a species of porgy.