Image gallery of Tavira: Castle, pousada, old city, convent, Rio Gilão, Roman bridge, points of interest, ...
Tavira: Roman Bridge
The paved way of the "Roman Bridge" is only used by pedestrians. On the riverside you can see samples of 18th Century architecture, after Tavira was rebuilt following the 1755 earthquake.
Tavira Roman Bridge
The memorial on the "Roman Bridge" was been erected in remembrance of those who died between 1383-1385, fighting for Portugal’s independence.
Tavira: Castle Gate
The garden of the castle behind this iron door is worth a visit.
Tavira Fassade 1
Tavira: Igreja de Santa Maria do Castelo1
View from the garden of the castle to the nearby church Sta. Maria, situated inside the former walls of the castle. The church has been built in the 13th Century on the foundations of a mosque and almost completely destroyed by the earthquake of 1755.
Tavira: Convento da Graça
The former monastery "Convento de Nossa Sra. da Graça" is situated in the opper town of Tavira within the areal of the ancient Moorish castle.It The historical buildinghas been converted to a hotel, the Pousada de Tavira.
Tavira: Camera Obscura
A session of the guided tour lasts 15 minutes, and up to 15 people can attend it. Acess to the tower is by the outer starircase, or more conveniently, by an elevator.
Tavira: Porta de D. Manuel
The old lane leads down from the castle through the doorway to the centre of the city.
Tavira: Câmara Municipal
View to the Square Praça da República and the town hall of Tavira
Tavira Praca Da Republica
Tavira Gilao 1
Tavira: Roman bridge
Tavira Quatro Aguas
The ferry boats to the Ilha de Tavira debark here
Tavira: Vila Galé Albacora
The hotel Vila Galé Albacora in Tavira is situated on the eastern shore of the estuary of the river Gilão. The Museu da Pesca do Atum, a museum of the art of tuna fishing, has been integrated in this hotel complex.
Ilha de Tavira: Quay
The way leads from the quay along the camping ground to the beach on the sea side.