An unusual Roman Temple
Highlights: The visit begins with an interpretation of the ruins of the Roman Temple of Santana do Campo and the surrounding landscape, I present a hypothesis for the location of this temple to be related to water - an idea that arises from my thesis: "Water Paths: customs, knowledge and hydraulics in rural Alentejo" and deepened in recent interviews. It follows a walking of about 4 km with interpretation of the landscape of cork trees and a visit to an old Public Fountain of the village. Finally we visit an ancestral menhir, unique in the Portuguese megalithic context, due to the engravings on pre-Christian crosses, locally known as Gamelas Stone.
Special: Typical meal in a local restaurant.
Main attractions: Roman temple, Santana Church, Gothic Santa Ana statue, popular architecture, Public fountain, landscape, Gamelas Stone.
Person 1 or 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Value 70€ 85€ 100€ 115€ 125€ 135€
Includes transport, water and fruit.