Cabeça Gorda → 13.20km → Beja → 12.60km → Carrascosinha
To end of camino: 
488.40
Seehöhe: 
280

Beja is one of the most attractive towns in the Alentejo and can be explored in an afternoon, especially after a short stage from Cabeça Gorda. The 13th-14th century castle with a keep that towers over Beja is the main tourism focus of the town. There’s also a Visigothic Museum inside the church of Santo Amaro, next to the castle, but opening hours are sporadic. The Regional Museum of Beja, housed in a beautiful former convent, also merits a visit.

 

 

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Services
Bankomat: 
Yes
Bar: 
Yes
Lebensmittelgeschäft: 
Yes
Apotheke: 
Yes
Postamt: 
Yes
Bushaltestelle: 
Yes
Photo of Beja on the Camino de Santiago