Description: It is not possible to date its construction, which is attributed to the Goths, but it is believed that the Church backs to the pre-Romanesque, between the 9th and 10th centuries, having been subsequently extended, probably in the 13th century. On its façade are carved images representing the Holy Trinity, considered by some historians the oldest representations of gender in Portugal. At the door you can see the brand of the Horseshoe and a horse that embodies one of the many legends surrounding the temple.
Rating: Monument of public interest – Decree No. 95/78, DR. 210, 12 September 1978.
Opening hours: Visits by appointment