Igreja de São José
The Church of São José was integrated within a former Franciscan convent, that was adapted into a hospital in the mid 19th century.
Built in the 16th century, the church was provided with a new façade in the 18th century including a church porch and three layers of windows. The façade includes five bas-reliefs depicting steps in the life of São Francisco, limestone sculptures and a basalt statue of the patron saint in a niche.
The interior includes a set of decorative items, representative of 18th-century art.