Almost the entire route of the river Ceira through the city is used for a river beach, with several garden areas and terraces.
It is a solution that not only facilitates leisure for a population far from the sea, but also greatly beautifies the population-
The Ceira river is crossed by a bridge built in 1533 by King D. João III, which became known as the Royal Bridge.
With few changes, it remains in operation and, together with the chapel of São Sebastião that closes one of the ends, makes up the most beautiful spot in the village.
The church of Misericórdia is located in the center of the town, and the building dates back to the 17th century and features beautiful stone carvings and a Baroque-style façade.
The Pombal Fountain is a historical landmark of Góis that dates back to the 17th century and is considered one of the most important monuments in the town.
The fountain is made of stone and includes the coat of arms of Góis and several other decorative elements.
N. S. Candosa sanctuary
Nossa Senhora da Candosa is a small chapel located in the village of Candosa, which is a small and charming village surrounded by hills and forests. The chapel dates back to the 17th century and features a simple yet elegant Baroque-style architecture.
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