Capela dos Ossos
Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo & Capela dos Ossos
The twin-towered, baroque Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo was completed in 1719 under João V and paid for (and gilded to death inside)...
Igreja de São Pedro
At the southern end of Largo do Carmo is the 16th-century Igreja de São Pedro . The plain exterior hides an interesting interior of...
Megatur offers a wide-range of excursions, from speedboat and jeep tours to trips to the Loulé market.
This warehouse club is one of the town's better dance venues, featuring housey sounds.
Restaurante A Taska
This cosy, busy trattoria-style restaurant serves delicious regional food such as xarém (corn meal), and has daily specials on a...
Lonely Planet review
A more ghoulish attraction lies behind the church. The 19th-century Capela dos Ossos was built from the bones and skulls of over 1000 monks as a blackly reverent reminder of earthly impermanence, and the ultimate in recycling. There’s a similar chapel at Évora.