Torre do Relógio de Mértola
It is likely that the clock tower was erected in the late 16th century or early 17th century, in the context of the reorganization of the urban area of the Town Hall square. This building was erected in the vicinity of a set of representative structures of political power, judicial and economic administrative and reusing an old Tower of the wall, mark the edge of Town Hall square and take over as one of the emblematic elements from Mértola. In 1896 the primitive clock is replaced by another more recent than will continue to mark the time of the Old Village to the present day.
Rua Professor Baptista da Graça
- Difficult external parking
Monuments near Torre do Relógio de Mértola
Azenhas do Rio Guadiana
Water mills took advantage of in the past, the current of the river Guadiana to transform the grain into flour. Today, the mills are leisure venues.
Capela de Nossa Senhora da Conceição
Temple that stands out because of the absence of decorative elements.
Capela de Nossa Senhora das Neves
Chapel with dome cover. The main facade faces South and features simple monumental portal, with rectangular window.
Capela do Senhor do Calvário
Chapel of centralized plant with classical design. The chancel features round arch and altar have glass-enclosed dressing room, where are the pictures of Lord …
Castelo de Mértola
Castle of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, with quadrangular towers. The keep is on the hillside more phantasmic Shap. Medieval doors only if conserves of m…