Estoi is a typical Algarve village, surrounded by vegetable plantations, orchards, large fields with carob, almond and olive trees, but also marked by wealth historical sites. At the western entrance to the village are the ruins of a Roman villa complex, the "Ruinas de Milreu". The Roman ruins among the most important legacies of ancient Romans in the Algarve. Today the impressive archaeological site is one of the most important national monuments in Portugal. In the center of the village is located the „Palácio de Estoi“, a former Rococo palace, which was renovated and developed in the „Pousada de Estoi“. Through Estoi also passed the Roman road, called "Calçadinha Romana", which in those days went from "Ossonoba" (today´s Faro) on to Estoi, past the former estate "Milreu" on to São Bras and continued heading north. In the village square is the impressive church “Igreja de São Martinho” located and also a visit worth.