The Church of Santo Amaro, located in the parish of Santa Maria da Feira (Beja), is a basilical church whose foundation seems to date back to late antiquity. Although it has undergone several changes throughout the centuries still conserves part of the central ship.
At the moment it hosts the Visigothic Center of the Regional Museum of Beja, whose collection of architectural elements constitutes the most important set known in the national territory. Its existence justified the classification of the city of Beja as capital of the Visigothic in Portugal. This Church is classified as a National Monument.