Monuments to visit in Loulé: Igreja de São Clemente (Saint Clement Church) and Igreja de Querença (Querença Church).
The Church of San Clemente is located opposite the Garden of Grumpy, and was built on the site of an ancient mosque. Originally from the thirteenth century Gothic archaeological features present.
Like many buildings of the time, was subsequently amended, notably in the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries.
It should be noted that this Church, though larger, has architectural features similar to those of the Curch of Querença (centuries XII, XIII), twin sister of this den and features former Mosque. Features that are well visible in the bell producers of both Churches. The Church of Querença, unchanged in centuries XVI and XVIII.
On the main façade is the portal with pointed arch, and laterally, is visible a Gothic portal. The bell tower was adapted from the old Arab minaret, with Baroque decorations.
The interior consists of three naves separated by arches.
The altar, with carved and gilded, is decorated with images of the eighteenth century.
In the various side chapels, are those of Our Lady of Consolation for the beautiful tile flooring, and the Chapel of the Souls, from the seventeenth century.
It is also worth mentioning the Chapel of Saint Braz with its arch built in the sixteenth century and a fine statue of the patron saint of the same century.
Images of the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, of St. Crispin, Our Lady of Grace and Our Lady of Mount Caramel, are the group of religious sculptures of the church.