Tavira Sunday - Domingo
18 November 2012

Sunday, first day of the week or last day of the week? Domingo is derived from from the Latin "domini", or God's day. So, under the Portuguese culture, the first day of the week should be given to God as the creator of the universe. In English, the noun is derived from Sunnandægwhich literally means suns day.

In Tavira it is a day to relax, spend time with the family, go to the beach, go out for Sunday lunch. See what else there is to do by looking below.

Weekend Music


Events


Exhibition "Manimae" - Radiant Days

This is an exhibition / refexão about the sustainability of territories, species and human societies

At Palácio da Galeria Tavira

Between 10.00 and 17.30. Runs until 12 January 2013


Photograph exhibition of Tavira through the eyes of the Andrade family

at Palácio da Galeria Tavira

Starting at 10.00


Sport

Taça de Portugal

Mirandela vs Gil Vicente 15:00
Oliv. Hospital vs Fabril Barreiro 15:00
Tourizense vs Santa Clara 15:00
Arouca vs Rio Ave 15:00
UD Oliveirense vs U. Leiria 15:00
Lourinhanense vs Feirense 15:00
P. Ferreira vs Olhanense 16:00
Belenenses vs FC Pedras Rubras 16:00
Desp. Aves vs Coimbrões/Operário/Caldas 16:00
Académica vs Penalva Castelo 17:00
V. Setúbal vs V. Guimarães 21:15


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What´s on this week

Monday - Segunda-fiera

Tuesday - Terca-fiera

Wednesday - Quarta-feira

Thursday - Quinta-feira

Friday - Sexta-fiera

Saturday- Sábado

Sunday - Domingo