Villa romana de Milreu
The roman village of Milreu, dating back to the 1st or 2nd centuries, was remodeled during the 4th century and occupied until the 6th or 7th centuries. Nowadays, one can clearly see the structures of a great manor, built during the 1st century and remodeled in the 3rd and 4th centuries, the agricultural installations, a bathhouse and a temple. It is classified as a National Monument.
Rua de Faro
- Difficult external parking
- Archeological sites
Monuments near Villa romana de Milreu
Igreja Matriz de Santa Bárbara de Nexe
A church with a longitudinal plan and three manuelin style naves, with some gothic influence. Even though the typical structure and decoration are preserved in…
Busto de Infante Dom Henrique
A homage to Henry, the Navigator, most important figure who played a decisive role in the Portuguese Discoveries and who "gave new worlds to the world".
Igreja Matriz da Conceição de Faro
A church with a longitudinal plan, a sole nave and a manuelin main chapel, with a portal of the late Renaissance. The main façade and the belltower are neoclas…