Keep

The keep now houses one of Portugal's most famous pousadas. Built in 13C, it is crowned by pyramid-shaped merlons, and its upper section is flanked by balconies and corbels. On the second floor, you will notice a beautiful octagonal room, brightened by trefoil windows. From the top, you have a panoramic view over the town and Alentejo where the high ground of the Serra de Ossa rises up in the south.

Useful information

Address : 

Largo D. Dinis

Price:

free of charge

Opening hours

[9am-noon, 2pm-5.30pm]

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