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All reviews bone chapel human bones small chapel walls and ceiling well worth the visit entrance fee short walk from the old town altar area euro charge interesting visit small fee beautiful building storks nesting monkeys bites skull macabre
It was a small but ornate church, near the center of town.
A short drive from our resort in Porches, a curiosity of Portuguese history, and worth the trip.
A small $2 Euro charge/person for admittance, and there is much to see in the altar...More
Converted from an original Moorish mosque this church does not follow the usual design, layout or geography of most Roman Catholic churches.
There is a small museum with some interesting collections of vestments and relics and an equally interesting cloister area. The latter is very...More
If you rent a car then this is one of the Algarve visits you must see. Parking is easy, then walk through the old town of Faro to this church. Most of the walk is on main floor but if you are able to climb...More
Beautifully preserved and elaborately decorated church with a small garden that is lovely and tranquil, we sat a while away from the searing heat.
Discount for pensioners to enter the Bones Chapel, which is not at all 'scary', but a reminder just how old this...More
Large and impressive facade, typical of Portuguese churches . Entry will cost you 2 euros, but it is very little compared to the preservation costs of such a building.
Classical inside with interesting wall chapels. The highlight of this church is undoubtedly the bones chapel...More