Abasas ( port. Abaças ) is a locality and district in Portugal , part of the Vila Real district. It is an integral part of the municipality of Vila Real . According to the old administrative division, it entered the provinces of Traz-u-Montish and Altu-Douro . Included in the economic and statistical subregion of Dourou , which is part of the Northern region . The population is 1074 people in 2001 . It covers an area of 18.86 km².
|Region||Northern Region (Portugal)|
|County||Vila Real (county)|
|History and Geography|
|Population||1,074 people ( 2001 )|
|Density||56.9 people / km²|
|Postcode||5000–011 Abaças a 5000–014 Abaças|
|On the map|
The patron saint of the district is the Apostle Peter ( port. São Pedro ).
The area was founded in 1200