Small kids park and a pretty but unused square. Plenty of shade for a rest. The church is up the road to your right when entering the town; the camino passes straight through.
The unused square hosts a small market on Wednesday morning with food (bread, cheese, meat, fish, etc.) and clothing and other items.
Beyond Maia industrial park, toward Giao, the Camino is often along the narrow shoulder of a “country road” that is frequented by surprisingly large trucks and wide farm vehicles. The shoulder is not only narrow but is often bordered by a high stone wall which makes it impossible to get more than two feet away from the road. This is my fifth time on the Camino and this is one of the most nerve wracking sections I can remember.