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We were interested to explore what the signposts for Guadalupe were that we kept passing so stopped off to see. Fascinating and beautifully set historical monument that is clearly put to fantastic use for musical recitals as well as a genius way to show some...More
Even though we arrived within half an hour of the 13.00 hours closure, our arrival was clearly a nuisance and he showed barely concealed resentment that we were both over 65 and entitled to the concessionary rate. Pointedly, the attendant walked down the drive to...More
This only costs 2 Euros (half price for seniors) and is worth a stop on the way to Sabres or Cape St. Vincent. Great staff ... an they provide you with an iPad with descriptions of the information in the displays (helps when you don’t...More
Very picturesque church, simple. The museum part of exhibition includes a video with English subtitles but you will need a guidebook to understand the exhibits since n English. You will spend 30 minutes on the visual t
Just off the highway , well marked about 10 min from Sagres. The museum tells the story of Henry the Navigator and has a display of the spices brought back from India. The church is one of the oldest in the Algarve. Simple but beautiful.
The history of Portugal is one of the most interesting histories of Europe!
Going to see the castle of Sagres is a trip not to be missed, on the road to Sagres you have to make a stop at the: Chapel of Nossa Senhora de...More
We were totally unaware of the very close links between Britain and Portugal. All age groups will thoroughly enjoy a visit to the chapel and museum and come away both impressed by the restoration and information to be learnt.
The Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe is found just east of Raposeira signposted off the EN125. Built in the 14th century it is a small church with beautiful original stone carvings depicting St Luke and other human forms, foliage, fish and a bull on...More