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All reviews castle walls lovely garden free entry steep steps small castle pretty garden worth a visit worth the climb stone steps musicians playing garden area ruined castle road train photo opportunities tourist office well worth the effort ruins
We were walking back to the car when we came across the entrance to the Castle which you could miss.You need good mobility to climb from the street up quiet a few steps to the entrance. There is no fee to go in and it...More
Great views of Tavira from the top, worth the climb up from the street though the street train also visits. The garden inside is very pretty. Not a lot to do and see, you can climb up to the top of the walls , but...More
Hard to find as the on-street directions are almost non-existent and Google Maps was a little behind with avenue closures. Once there, you can have some good views over the town towards the sea, and "up the hill" towards the town centre.
The gardens are...More
Small, but lovely castle grounds with ruins and views over Tavira. Beautiful garden with lovely plants and trees, makes for some nice photos too. Worth the short up hill walk from Tavira town, and it's free!
The walk up to the castle from Tavira's main street is steep, after which you find yourself in a nice garden surrounded by the castle walls, which are all that remains of the castle. The view from atop the walls looks out over the town...More
The ruin of the castle is not that exciting, but the old wall gives the opportunity to have a nice view over Tavira. But you should be prepared to climb up the steepish stairway. However, the hero of this spot is definitely it's beautiful garden.
More of a garden actually surrounded by a very small castle. Had to laugh at the man at the entrance inviting you in and holding his hat out for change. It made you unsure whether it was free entry or not. It is, but give...More
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I don't know exactly what you are looking for, if you want to have fun, Albufeira it's perfect but if you would like to discover a pice of history of Portugal, Tavira is the right place. There are different museum with video... More
I don't know exactly what you are looking for, if you want to have fun, Albufeira it's perfect but if you would like to discover a pice of history of Portugal, Tavira is the right place. There are different museum with video where they tell you more about the musulmans/arab people that were there before and how this people influenced the name of the cities, you can see this influence also on the building structures. You have there some objectives to visit/the river/good restaurants/nice views. It's the perfect place for a piece of culture