Things to see and do - Tavira
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Tavira Travel guide
Tavira : Michelin's recommendations
This charming town, with its white houses and numerous churches is situated above the estuary of the river Gilão, at the bottom of a hill surrounded by the remains of the high walls constructed by King Dinis. The Roman bridge and the high Moorish walls reflect the town's antiquity. The place makes for pleasant walks along the narrow lanes, and the riverbanks embellished with gardens, and the lively market. Its beach is located on the offshore bar.
Tourist attractions Tavira : Things to see and do
Praça da República
From the praça da Republica, you can see this attractive Roman bridge , and on the other bank some attractive houses.
Travessa da Fonte
This church has a Renaissance doorway. The interior is covered with panels of historiated azulejos from the 18C depicting Mercy. Also worthy of note is a retable in gilded wood from the same era.
R. da Liberdade
The crenellated walls of this Moorish castle enclose an attractive garden.
Quatro Aguas P - 8800-901 Tavira
Vila Galé Albacora is a 4-star resort, set in the middle of Ria Formosa Natural Park. It is close to the Island of Tavira and a 15-minute drive from Faro Airport. All rooms and suites are comfortably furnished. Each guest room has its own furnished ..
E.N. 125, Km 134, Sta. margarida P - 8800-218 Tavira
Offering outdoor pool and a panoramic view of the Algarve countryside, Hotel Don Rodrigues is located in Tavira. Free WiFi access is available. Each room is equipped with air conditioning, a satellite TV, a telephone, a wardrobe and a private bathro..
Rua Da Liberdade, N.º22 P - 8800-399 Tavira
Prix Prices from : 30 €
Located in the historical centre of Tavira, O Castelo is a hotel that is blended in the architectonic culture of the city. Featuring archaeological excavations revealing an ancient Phoenician wall, this property is just a 5-minute walk from boat conn..
Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco 8 P - 8800-545 Santa Luzia
This small coastal town facing the Ría Formosa is known around Portugal as the country's 'octopus capital', hence the reverence paid here to this popular culinary speciality. Maritime inspired cooking and decor.