Located at the highest point in the city, it is the perfect place to have fantastic views over Elvas.
With military functions since the Islamic occupation, rebuilt by D. Sancho II and benefited over the years of recoveries and enlargements. Peace treaties, exchanges of princesses and royal wedding banquets took place here.
Connects Amoreira to the city of Elvas. With 8.5 kilometers in length, 843 arches with more than five arches and towers that rise to 31 meters in height, it is considered the largest aqueduct in the Iberian Peninsula.
Elvas Military Museum is a unique case in the national museological panorama because its infrastructures are three National Monuments, called “Quartéis do Casarão” (S. Domingos Convent, Fernandina Wall and part of the 17th century Wall).