Villa Romana de São Cucufate / Ruínas do Convento de São Cucufate / Ruínas de Santiago
Also known for the ruins of Santiago, it was originally a Roman villa from the 1st century CE, as amended in the first half of the 2nd century and destroyed in the 4th century, to give place to the building visible today. In the Middle Ages was a Convent of the military order of Santiago, having been abandoned in the 16th century. The central body is framed by two symmetrical turrets that provide great monumentality. Are classified as Property in the public interest.
- Easy external parking
- Archeological sites
Monuments near Villa Romana de São Cucufate / Ruínas do Convento de São Cucufate / Ruínas de Santiago
Torre do Relógio de Vila de Frades
Tower with medieval elements, as for example the Lancet slots.
Capela de São Brás
Simple chapel with murals, a wider and more of the spoils well preserved in the region.
Casa de Fialho de Almeida
This House was born on May 7, 1857 Dr. Jose Valentim Fialho de Almeida, novelist and pamphleteer. Fialho de Almeida, in addition to illustrious critic was also…
Casa do Conselheiro
House of Councillor, that after having gone through a series of generations currently belongs to owners Lisbon. Features a collection of furniture and priceles…
Chafariz da Praça 25 de Abril
The fountain is located in the center of the population, giving the symbols of liberal society, to replace the usual pelourinho.