Nampula is a center for multicultural excellence. Here, the tourist will find a mixture of Arab and Muslim traditions and customs.
The city thereby permits many influences of colors, experiences and options of different cultures in harmony. All this wealth through the city, reflected in the architecture and cuisine most clearly. Besides all this, we still find a set of unique beaches such as Chocas - and a land connection to the island of Mozambique. It is in this province that Nacala Port is located, one of the largest natural ports in Africa.
- Museum of Sacred Art: installed on the premises of the Igreja da Misericórdia (Church of Mercy)
- Nossa Senhora do Baluarte Chapel (Our lady of Baluarte): it is the oldest building on the island and unique in its Manueline style.
- Fort of Sebastião
- Nampula Cathedral: a building of two towers and a massive dome.
- Ethnographic Museum of Nampula: on Eduardo Mondlane Avenue. It shows works of art representing Mozambican culture.
- Mozambique Island: declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996, it is this island that gave its name to the country. The island has several points of socio cultural interest for tourists such as the Museum of Sacred Art, Manueline Chapel, the palace of São Paulo, Hindu Temple, and Luís de Camões Monument, who lived here for two years and wrote part of The Lusiads (epic poem), among many others. One cultural aspect that identifies the island is the practice of Mussiro, an ointment extracted from a root, that island women apply on face and body and makes the skin soft and smooth.
- Almeida Garret Restaurant and Bar: 266 Av Francisco Manyanga-Nampula
- Jó Restaurant and Bar: Bº Namutequeliua-Nampula
- Montes Nairucu Complex: National Road nº 13 Km 14-Rapale-Nampula
- Riviera Pastry: 1007 Av.Eduardo Mondlane - Nampula
Shopping in Nampula
- Mercado Ideal: 326 store 9 Girassol Building, Av. Eduardo Mondlane-Nampula