Golegã is a small Portuguese municipality belonging to the district of Santarém. This small territory is divided into two parishes: Golegã and Azinhaga, the latter being famous for being the birthplace of the Portuguese writer José Saramago.
The surroundings of the village are made up of an intense rural and agrarian landscape, dominated by the plots of land and the colours of the different agricultural crops.
The history and origin of Golegã is closely related to the development of the nucleus of reference: Santarém. The exact origin of the settlement is unknown, but due to the richness and fertility of the area, it has probably been exploited and inhabited since ancient times.