Sé Catedral de Faro
Of its primitive roman-gothic construction only the belltower and two cruise chapels are left. A robbery and a fire, in 1596, called for great works, which proceeded later as a result of the earthquakes in 1722 and 1755. The church has several influences: gothic, renaissance and baroque. In its interior one should pay close attention to the tiles, the statues and the scultired wood, which constitute one of the most valuable examples of 17th and 18th centuries art in the Algarve.
Largo da Sé
- Difficult external parking
- Cathedrals & Basilicas
- monday: 10:00-18:00
- tuesday: 10:00-18:00
- thursday: 10:00-18:00
- wednesday: 10:00-18:00
- friday: 10:00-18:00
- saturday: 09:30-12:30
Monuments near Sé Catedral de Faro
Arco da Porta Nova
An archway belomging to the walls of the late-romanic period, dating back to the 16th century.
Arco da Vila
In the centre of the vilage, at the Largo da Sé, this arch is one of the most relevant architectural sets in the Algarve. This monumental portal was rebuilt in…
Arco do Repouso e Muralhas de Faro
Entrance door to the meedieval walls, built by the muslim prince Bem Bekr as a defense against the Christian invasions. It's constituded by two watchtowers wit…
Busto ao Doutor Amadeu Ferreira D'Almeida
Small bust located in the center of the Square Garden Alexandre Herculano, which provides a simple tribute to Dr. Amadeu Ferreira D'almeida.
Busto de Doutor Silva Nobre
Located in the town's centre, this bust is a homage to doutor Silva Nobre.