Querença is a typical village belonging to the municipality of Loulé, in Algarve's Barrocal area, full of natural and architectural beauty and tradition.
This is region has had man occupation since ancient times with several people and different cultures calling this place their home.
The beautiful village spreads throughout the hill, where its hamlet of white washed typical Algarvian houses is located, with colored bars and traditional lacy chimneys, forming a set of great beauty, where you can breathe peace of mind.
At the top of the hill lies the beautiful Church from the 16th century, with the astonishing Manueline doorway.
One of the greatest patrimonial assets of Querença is Fountain of Benémola, a place of great natural beauty, a symbol of Algarve's landscape diversity and a must-visit spot.
This rural village is known for the quality of its agricultural products, with a special spotlight on the typical Arbutus brandy (medronho) and the tasty Chorizo which is celebrated each year at the famous Festival das Chouriças in January.