The Padrão do Salado is a Medieval monument in the city of Guimarães in north west Portugal. It is located in Largo da Oliveira, just outside the Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Oliveira and the interesting Alberto Sampaio Museum.
The Padrão do Salado was constructed in the 14th century to commemorate the Battle of Salado of 1340. In this battle in the south of Spain, combined Spanish and Portuguese forces defeated a larger army of Muslim invaders from North Africa and Muslim forces from Grenada. The Christian armies were led by King Afonso IV of Portugal and King Alfonso XI of Castile. Opposing them were armies led by Sultan Abu al-Hasan 'Ali of the Marinid dynasty and Yusuf I of Granada.
It was classified as a National Monument in 1910.