Torre de Oriz or Torre dos CoimbrasDates from the fourteenth century. Built in granite on an almost square plan, with two storeys and narrow windows.Attached to the tower is a seventeenth century house rebuilt in the eighteenth century in the rural (...)
Dates from the fourteenth century. Fortified rectangular tower with three storeys, thick stone walls and few openings. This was a feudal tower, also serving as fortress and residence.Thought to have been built by Dom Egas Pais de Penegate, a comrade (...)
Representing a lookout and one of the city´s entrances, the Tower of Santiago still retains its medieval appearance contrasting with the rocaille style added to the northern façade. This is divided into two: the upper section is dominated by the (...)
Torre de Sao Lourenco or Torre do BugioDates from the sixteenth century and classified as a building of public interest. A fort built under a short period of Spanish rule, a good example of a round Renaissance fortress. Designed by Giovanni Casale, (...)
Also known as the Torre do Carvalhal or as the Torre dos Lafeitas, the tower is the oldest building in the region, according to a document from the first half of the thirteenth century. Dom Nuno Alvares Pereira's mother is thought to have lived here.
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