Mannerist Church probably built in the 17th century, presenting a simple longitudinal plant, where stands out the front door, with double frame decorated with lozenges. Also highlighting to the gilt and polychrome altarpiece.
Baroque church composed of a longitudinal plan with three aisles, a chancel and closer and a vestry located near. Inside are altarpieces of gilt Baroque, Mannerist and Rococo national. It was built in the 16th century and remodelled in the 18th century.
Church built in the 16th century on the ruins of an ancient Romanesque temple, dating from the 14th century. Features three naves with the sections divided by eight columns, five altars and, abroad, a chapel with porch and a Bell Tower.
Chapel of longitudinal, rectangular plant with homogeneous coverage to two waters. The facade features a straight Dick portal surmounted by a telescope, especially if two Windows on the sides. In the interior, highlighted by a national style altarpiece, in gilt and polychrome.
This is a Manueline pillory in the heraldic type, composed by three octagonal steps, an octagonal shaft and is finished by a parallelepiped volume displaying the Portuguese Coat of Arms. It was built on the 16th century and rebuilt on the 20th century.
This Baroque estate is made out of a residential house and a chapel which is integrated on the façade. It was built in 1748 by D. Manuel de Seixas Moutinho orders. It has a longitudinal plan with hipped roof.