- São Pedro de Rates Church (12th century building listed as National Monument)
- Pillory of Rates (listed property of public interest)
- Senhor da Praça Chapel (Baroque architecture)
Coordinates: 41°25′N 8°40′W / 41.417°N 8.667°W / 41.417; -8.667
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