A masonry mill with a conical tower. It has been functioning since 1982. Everitime the weather permits it, the tourists may watch the traditional procedures of grinding the cereals. The Quintinha Mill is the only current school about mills in Portugal.
A fortified village of the late Bronze Age and Iron Age on which the romans later built a town. One can view temples, a commercial area, thermae, sidewalks and a horse racing track, among other vestiges. A special not to the roman circus that could welcome 25 thousand people. It is classed as a Public Interest Construction.
In this church, a special note to the lateral portico, to the dome that covers the high choir and to a stone 14th century gothic carving that represents Santiago fighting the moors. As the centuries passed, the building went through changes, thus showing vestiges of several epochs. The central and lateral naves, the Sun Door with a broken archivolt, the carvings by the choir and the tomb of Álvaro Mendes Brito are gothic examples. The manuelin style can also be seen on the nave. It has also baroque features. And then there are still the altars and the pulpit in ...
On the outside, a special note to the belltower, the window of the high choir, the manuelin portico and the old coat of arms of the parish. Inside, one should note the manuelin arch-crucifix, the dome shaped high altar and the 18th century golden carving retable.
A manuelin rural temple that still has features influenced by the gothic style, such as the main gate and the window on the high choir. Inside, a special note to numerous pictures of the 17th and 18th centuries, the manuelin font, the lateral altars of the 1700s, the rococo wodden carvings on the pulpit and the interesting retable on the high altar.