Moura Travel guide
Moura : Michelin's recommendations
Moura, which is clustered around the ruins of its 13C castle, is a small Alentejo seaside town whose carbonated, calcium-rich waters are used to treat of rheumatisms. Not far from here, the Pisões-Moura spring provides table water sold all over Portugal.
Tourist attractions Moura : Things to see and do
R. de São João P - 7860 Moura
This Gothic building is accessed through an interesting Manueline doorway decorated with armillary spheres. Inside notice an elegant torso column in white marble which supports the pulpit and a pretty Baroque Crucifixion group. The right-hand chape..
R. da Repùblica P - 7860 Moura
This area's name reminds us of the former Moorish domination from which the town was only liberated 1233. Some low houses, occasionally decorated with panels of azulejos or picturesque chimneys, line the narrow streets.
Praça Sacadura Cabral Nº 34 P - 7860-208 Moura
Set in a 19th-century palace-style building in the historic centre of Moura, Santa Comba offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and work desks. Buffet breakfast is served in the spacious hall under a high, richly decorated ceiling. Cable TV and a safe are sta..
Praça Gago Coutinho, nº1 P - 7860- 010 Moura
Hotel de Moura is set in a listed 17th-century historic building decorated with typical tile-work. It features a patio and a garden with a small pool. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. Located in Moura city centre, de Moura hotel offers a cha..
Praça Gago Coutinho, n1 P - 7860-010 Moura
In the golden plains , in the lovely city of Moura, the Hotel de Moura one occupies building of significant historical, architectural and artistic value, ancient convent of the Hospitable Order of Saint John de Deus, been based on the century XVII, a..