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For centuries, Faro’s fortified walls have enclosed the city’s most intriguing treasures, from the cathedral’s chamber of bones to a castle converted into a brewery.
Located on a small island that separates Rio Formosa Natural Park from the sea, this undeveloped beach offers calm, clean waters and few crowds.
In this cathedral, a museum displays intriguing religious relics. From the roof view the Faro Old Town district, the ocean and its mudflats.
Behind the intricate details of the Baroque façade and the nave’s gilded woodwork and stained-glass windows lie the ghoulish skulls of the Bones Chapel.