Due to its interesting past, the architecture of Tavira is quite diverse. The city was conquered by both Romans and the Moorish empire, and both left behind stunning buildings that still stand to this day. There are close to 40 churches within the city, and the surrounding area is mostly rural farmland making Tavira a calm place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Tavira is a calm, relaxed city along the water. Visitors can stroll the streets, enjoy delicious Portuguese food and wine, and breathe in the sea air. If business plans require it, Seville is a little over an hour away by car. When planning your next trip, consider booking a few nights at a hotel in Tavira on HRS.com.