“O penedo que abana ou oscilante, also called Boulder C'abana, is an important monument in the county, being considered Public Interest by Decree No. 251, DG 129, from 03 June of 1970.
Situated on top of a granite rock outcrop is, for you, of the largest tourist attractions of Tábua, that by being on top of the rocky outcrop, based on a slab that is in itself an excellent natural viewpoint overlooking the beautiful bed of the Mondego river and the surrounding landscape.
De facto, is great curiosity about this boulder, bringing hundreds of visitors to this site every year.
It is located on a slope leading down to the left bank of the Mondego and the site is appropriately flagged, either in municipal road, giving access to Midões de Varzim, as well as access a dirt track.
The shape of the cliff is rectangular oval, having about 3 m tall and 4 m length. It is the main attraction and curiosity that he shook with the sheer force of the hands, which looks amazing, given the dimensions and weight of the rock. "