The Parish Church of Caminha, also known as the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, is one of the most import religious buildings in northern Portugal.

Structurally following the three naves fortified-church Gothic model with a tower topped by battlements, this temple’s construction begun around 1488, and it depicts only a few Manueline style characteristics in the headboard and Mudéjar ceiling.

In contrast it evidences an innovative Renaissance language in the entrance and south gates, and in the Chapel of the Lord of Navigators’ triumphal arch, with influences of Spanish Plateresque.