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Off the tourist track

Ok....so this whole area is decidedly untouristy so far which is good and bad. Good....few people... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Tracey011
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Masterton, New Zealand
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Amazing structure

The aqueduto is an amazing structure and the part of the pump mechanism can also be seen. A... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Antony B
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Berkhamsted, United Kingdom
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6 days ago
“Off the tourist track”
10 Jun 2018
“Amazing structure”
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Ok....so this whole area is decidedly untouristy so far which is good and bad. Good....few people and easy to park, bad....little info or infrastructure. We were driving around and suddenly there it was, the aqueduct. The olive trees in front of it are amazing....so old....More

Thank Tracey011
Reviewed 10 June 2018

The aqueduto is an amazing structure and the part of the pump mechanism can also be seen. A wonderful sight to see this well maintained ancient monument.

Thank Antony B
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Although Serpa is not high on the list of tourist towns, it has more than its fair share of tourist-worthy sites, including the walls and aquaduct. It is quite picturesque and worth seeing if you are anywhere nearby.

Thank Chileice
Reviewed 10 June 2017

While visiting Serpa it is a must to see the aqueduto. It is quite interesting how the watersupply of this city was once organized. Unfortuneatly there is not much information about the details how it worked. Lucky for us we found someone how could give...More

Thank lemongras
Reviewed 10 November 2016

in the 12th century, this huge aqueduct was built to share water with the population. To this date, it has been maintained and it has became one of Serpa's landmark, very well illuminated at night. You can see the aqueduct when you are a few...More

1  Thank M O
Reviewed 16 September 2016

dramatic against the blue sky. Well preserved arches give a good impression of the aqueduct. An old Moorish water wheel at one end is worth seeing.

Thank rainbowdolphin90
Reviewed 14 August 2015

Very pretty during night time with all the lights. Lucky on this night the traditional choir from Alentejo were singing there, so it was very nice to watch.

1  Thank Kiara A
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