Cinfães (Portuguese pronunciation: [sĩˈfɐ̃jʃ]) is a village and a municipality in the northern district of Viseu, Portugal. The village proper has about 3.300 inhabitants. The population of the municipality in 2011 was 20,427, in an area of 239.29 km².
Its history is linked to the Knights Templar, who had strongholds in Cinfães such as "Torre da Chã" or "Torre dos Pintos"; and also the story of the childhood of King D. Afonso Henriques and his server Egas Moniz. It has an important heritage resource, especially the Romanesque churches such as St. Cristóvão de Nogueira; Lady of Cales or Cadiz, among many important others.