Capela de São Sebastião

Chapel built in the XVII century and remodelled in the XVIII century, presenting an interesting architectonical style. The “trompe l’oeil” paintings covering the inside walls, the canvas telling the story of the life of Jesus and Mary, lead to the adaptation of this space, turning it into a Museum of Painting.


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Monuments near Capela de São Sebastião

Rua da Fortaleza, Tavira

Forte da Conceição / Forte de São João / Forte de São João da Barra

Fort dated from the XVII century, with a four tips star drawing and a gate preceded by a moat.

Rotunda dos Navegadores, Tavira

Monumento aos Descobrimentos

Set of two sails with the symbol of the Portuguese Discoveries, located in the centre of a circular.

Calçada Dom Sete Cavaleiros, Tavira

Castelo e Muralhas de Tavira

The foundations of the defensive system were built between the VIII and XIII centuries, during the Moslem domain. The earliest moor fortification was improved …

Rua de Santo António, Tavira

Igreja do Convento de Santo António

Conventual church dated from the XVII century, with harmonious façade, single nave and rectangular main chapel. In 1994 repairing and adaptation works were car…

Largo de Santo Amaro, Tavira

Memória Militar

Set of two statues, placed in front of each other, though apart, in opposite sidewalks, as if they were say goodbye. It pays homage to soldiers.

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