Entrance to the church is free so we bought a set of postcards of the church as our donation to the brotherhood that maintains the place. Better than paying 1 euro to see the frescos of Casa Pintadas.
The church is run by the Santa Casa da Misericordia, a brotherhood that is dedicated to helping the poor, and has been...
This church was next to our hotel so we became quite familiar with it's bells ringing out on the hour (and even more often too). Visited it before we left, no charge, and the walls are very well worth seeing. Don't know how old the tilework is, but it's very impressive. Not a far distance from Giraldo plaza.