Solar dated 1280, object of renovations and transformations over the centuries, referenced in carry reigns of d. João I, King John III and d. Alfonso VI. Composed of two bodies with ground floor and piano nobile, has an access gate with a stone of arms at the top. The Chapel is located away from the building being visible, in verga, an inscription that said to have been built by Pedro Vaz c. de Sousa.
Roman CIST of Vizela, situated in the parish of St. Michael, more precisely in the sanctuary of St. Benedict. During the Bronze age to the iron age saw the ceremonial cremation of the bodies. The ashes that remained stored in urns, which were placed in presenters alongside smaller pots with offerings to the dead.
Evocative monument of the Treaty of Tagilde, signed between the Portuguese King d. Fernando and the Duke of Lancaster, on July 10, 1372. This is the world's oldest military alliance that lingers in the world.
Villa type House, eclectic style, with rectangular plan and chapel inside. Currently, in addition to a private house, is a center of agricultural production. This House has been linked to the most significant moments in the history of Portugal and for her past personalities of great prestige, as Camilo Castelo Branco, José Régio or Bishop Trinity Willow.
This Roman Bridge was built in granite with three round arches and two breakwaters. The pathway is curve and the guards and the parapet are in polished stone. This bridge is part of the Roman military via Amarante – Braga.