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If you find yourself in this small town then after a good cup of coffee in the square head up Rua de Santo Cristo and you will find the museum a couple of hundred metres up it, difficult to miss as it has a display...More
Please support this place and help keep it open for visitors. By request, entrance includes a visit to the neighbouring chapel. The friendly assistant comes from Fuseta to keep the museum going. Therefore opening times can be quite erratic. Her English is not brilliant, but...More
We hadn't been to Moncarapacho for about 3 years so planned a visit. We stay in Cabanas de Tavira so it's a fair drive. Looked it up on Google etc but no information available on opening hours. Parked & followed the brown sign, then got...More
We stayed just outside Moncarapacho a couple of years back but whenever we're in the Algarve we always pop in to this lovely little town. It's a bit sleepy and out of season it's very quiet and the museum's not always open, even so the...More
This lovely little museum is situated just back from the main street and is easily found but difficult to park nearby. The gate was locked – a security precaution as a result of an armed attack a few years ago – but a knock at...More
We stumbled across this museum and were so fascinated by the history as explained to us by the friendly curator, we contributed to their coffers with an amount far more than they considered necessary.
A pleasant couple of hours spent finding out about the town's...More
Ignore the opening times on the website!!!!! Arrived today in Moncarapacho and the whole place was pretty much deserted; very disappointed as purposely planned on going to the museum and the chapels/churches as I am named after one of the venerated saints! The museum is...More