R. da Igreja s/n, 8135-027 Almancil, Portugal
Smallish church not near anything. The inside is very beautiful blue and white painted tile, but they are *very* strict about taking no pictures at all inside and that was a major bummer for me. I think taking pictures is a great way to share the beauty with people who are unable to take the trip themselves. There is €2 admission fee for entry. There is no restroom or giftshop or explanations of the art or anything like that. The woman taking the fee was brusque and just because there are SO many gorgeous churches in Portugal, I wouldn't make a special trip to go here if you had to make a choice. If you're in the area, pop in and sit for a bit.
An incredible experience if you enjoy the masterpiece of azulejos and the amazing alter woodwork. Worth the visit and the 2euros and no Photos. Enjoy the memory. 😃
A beautiful church that turned into a turist trap. Unpolite personal and a church that has to be payed and no sign about it even though they claim there is. can't even take pictures inside. If really want to visit it, try the mass hours.
Very unique church and so it is a "must see". Very beautiful inside, too bad it is not allowed to take photos, that's very frustrating. 2€ for the entry, not very big place. An other euro to buy the paper of the history of the place : very interesting.
Found it because of mention in J.Saramango's "Journey to Portugal". Very nice small church. Yes, taking pictures not allowed, but come on - do you really need to take pictures everywhere you go and rate an object 1/5 because you got no picture??? Yes, it costs 2€. And it is 15 times less than a boat trip to Benagil caves e.g.