Praça da República
For centuries this sociable town square on the riverfront served as promenade and marketplace, where slaves were traded along with less...
This small but modern museum exhibits impressive Islamic pieces – including a wall – discovered on the site in the 1990s during...
By day it’s a cafe-restaurant; by night a cafe-bar. Whatever it is, it’s cosy and a lovely place to chill over delicious tapas snacks,...
We'll be upfront: this old-style, barn-like eatery has harsh lighting and zero romance, but that's because the delightful family-owners...
Lonely Planet review
This seven-arched bridge that loops away from Praça da República may predate the Romans but is so named because it linked the Roman road from Castro Marim to Tavira. The structure you see dates from a 17th-century reconstruction. The latest touch-up job was in 1989, after floods knocked down one of its pillars.