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Vila do Conde
Thursday, 29 July 2021

What to Visit

Places of Worship

Vila do Conde, due to its millennial history, is surrounded by many religious buildings with different architectural styles and invocations. Find here the religious places that you can visit in Vila do Conde.

Museums

The municipality of Vila do Conde has a polynucleate museum, which means that there are several museological places suitable for visiting, with a focus on navigation and shipbuilding but not limited to it.

Others

Vila do Conde has many other places of obligatory visit, built over the several centuries of its history, such as the Aqueduct, the Fort of Saint John the Baptist, among others.

Where to Eat

Restaurante Praça Velha

A cozy and family-run restaurant. Traditional Portuguese cuisine, served with elegance and quality. Mondays to Fridays with a daily special menu. Tuesdays to saturdays dinner à la carte.

Where to Stay

Apartamento Soares

Apartamento Soares is a local lodging facility just a couple of minutes away, by foot, from Vila do Conde's main beach, the Tourism Beach (Praia do Turismo), also known as Bathing Beach (Praia de...

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Chapel of Saint Benedict

In a small area formed by the meeting of Rua de São Bento and Rua dos Prazeres stands the Chapel of Saint Benedict (Capela...

Fort of Saint John the Baptist

The Fort of Saint John the Baptist, often referred to as Vila do Conde's Castle, is located at the mouth of the Ave river. It...

Monastery and Church of Saint Clare

The institution of the Monastery of Saint Clare (Mosteiro de Santa Clara) dates from May 7th 1318, being its founders D. Afonso Sanches, illegitimate...

Chapel of Our Lord of Agony

The Chapel of Our Lord of Agony is located in Vasco da Gama Square, where the Town Hall is also located. Until the beginning of...

Chapel of Our Lady of Guidance

The Chapel of Our Lady of Guidance (Capela de Nossa Senhora da Guia), at the mouth of the Ave, is already mentioned in the...

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