Construction of the church began in 1514 by order of Manuel I of Portugal. The church has a strikingly regal main door, which was designed by Master Architect Boitaca.
A temple built in the Parish of Golpilheira during the 15th century, where Pero Gomes da Rosa, registrar of the kingdom’s Chancellery, and his son, João Afonso are buried.
Pre-Renaissance decorative elements can still be found in the archivolt of the triumphal arch and in the keystones of the main chapel’s vault at this unique hermitage.
A church that has been standing for many centuries, construction of the Reguengo do Fetal Mother Church dates back to 1512, by order of Pedro Vaz Gavião, Bishop of Guarda. Traces of its original architecture can still be seen, and specific note should be taken of the arched stone frames along the sides of the church.
Construction of the bridge began in the second half of the 19th century, in 1862, during the reign of Luís I of Portugal. Built in a neo-Gothic style, a linear 60-metre long road rests on six broken arches, which are interspersed with buttresses.