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Whenever we visit Tavira, there always seems to be something going on in this square, and it's difficult not to pass through it a couple of times day. There are musical events in the summer with the curved steps forming a small amphitheatre. During our...More
Lovely town centre - always very clean, great atmosphere even when busy. Lit up in the evenings with great choice for drinks, icecreams, snacks etc. Was used for the start and finish of a 10k road race when we were there, which attracted lots of...More
We visited the small city of Tavira on Monday15th October and one of the main attractions is the Praça de Republic
It is a large paved and cobbled stoned area with the City Hall, Camara Municipal , along one side.
In front of the City...More
Tavira is a lovely town with a fascinating history and charming streets and buildings along the tidal creek that comprises the Gilão river. It has delightful cafes and restaurants, and has an air of peace and authenticity about it. My brother and I have been...More
Tavira is a beautiful ancient city that has kept all the traces of past civilizations like the Islamic or Roman occupation. The narrow streets hide beautiful architectural jewels including the 20 churches of the city.
This is a wonderful square with lots of cafes and water feature. There was a stage set up which must be used for concerts in the evening. Well worth a visit for the atmosphere and the fantastic old architecture.
It was a weekday in April and we had a terrible time finding a place to park. But once we did, we enjoyed the views of the bridge, a nice café and a great gelato stand by the river that had a sugar-free option. After...More