Shrine of Fátima, Nazaré, Óbidos and Alcobaça Monestary Private Tour - Full Day
Visit to the city of Fátima, that houses the Shrine of Fátima a place of Catholic pilgrimage.
Alcobaça Monastery its a unique collection in the world, to which the later buildings from the 16th to the 18th centuries add as an important testimony to the evolution of Portuguese architecture.
The Palce of Nazaré at the highest point of the village is undoubtedly its best cliff-top viewpoint, 110 m above sea level, offering a splendid view of downtown and Nazaré beach.
The village is known for its narrow streets, where you can easily reach your destination on foot, enjoying all the streets and dwellings within the castle walls. Also known for the famous Ginjinha de Óbidos, which can be enjoyed in various places, preferably in a glass of chocolate.
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Hotel pickup available
What's included :
- Bottled water
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- WiFi on board
- Private transportation
What's excluded :
- Entry/Admission - Monastery of Alcobaca
- This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Paroquia de Fatima e dos Pastorinhos, Rua Padre Manuel Antonio Henriques, Fatima 2495-564 Portugal
The Shrine of Our Lady of The Rosário de Fátima expresses the request of Our Lady of the Rosary, alluded to on August 13, 1917 and expressly indicated in the apparition of October 13 of that year to Lucia de Jesus, Francisco Marto and Jacinta Marto: « I want to tell you to make a chapel here in my honor, that I am the Lady of the Rosary ”(First Memory of Sister Lucy). The chapel was erected in 1919 at the site of the 1917 apparitions at Cova da Iria and since then the sanctuary space has been built in response to the significant influx of pilgrims.
The Shrine of Fatima is a place of pilgrimage, reminiscent of its founding event, the apparitions of Our Lady to the three shepherds. The pastoral care of pilgrims is a fundamental element of their mission.
During the tour there is time to visit the Shrine, with the possibility of attending the Mass, and to make some purchases (souvenirs of the Shrine).
Duration: 5 hours
Stop At: Nazare, Nazare, Leiria District, Central Portugal
The Place of Nazaré, at the highest point of the village (which can be accessed by a lift) is undoubtedly its best cliff-top viewpoint, 110 m above sea level, offering a splendid view of downtown and Nazaré beach.
Pederneira, currently one of the districts of the village of Nazaré, also maintains the building of the old Town Hall, the pillory, the Mother Church of Our Lady of the Sands and the church of the Misericordia, as testimony to its former condition as a county town .
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Nazareth located on the site.
The toponym Nazaré is intrinsically linked to the Legend of Our Lady of Nazareth.
Throughout the 20th century, Nazaré progressively evolved from a fishing village to a village dedicated to tourism, having been one of the first points of international tourist interest in Portugal. The tourism industry is today one of the main employers of the village.
A woman from Nazareth with the traditional seven skirts.
It is part of the Nazarene tradition the use of seven skirts by their women. The explanation is not consensual, but it is closely linked to the task: the Nazarenes had a habit of waiting for their husbands and sons, from the return of fishing, on the beach, sitting on the beach, spending hours there in their wake. They used the various skirts to cover themselves, the top ones to protect the head and shoulders of the sea and the others to cover the legs
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Monastery of Alcobaca, Praca 25 de Abril, Alcobaca 2460-018 Portugal
One of the first Cistercian monastic foundations in Portuguese territory, the Monastery of Alcobaça became the main house of this religious Order, thanks to a continued royal protection policy, initiated by the first king of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques. The still-preserved medieval outbuildings make the Alcobaça Monastery a unique collection in the world, to which the later buildings from the 16th to the 18th centuries add as an important testimony to the evolution of Portuguese architecture.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Obidos Village, Obidos Portugal
The village is known for its narrow streets, where you can easily reach your destination on foot, enjoying all the streets and dwellings within the castle walls. Excellent restaurants can be found, where you can enjoy typical regional dishes, as well as several handicraft shops with typical products from the village and neighboring cities. The medieval village of Óbidos is one of the most picturesque and well-preserved in Portugal, anytime is a good time to visit the village, for the love stories that are told there and for the medieval atmosphere. Also known for the famous Ginjinha de Óbidos, which can be enjoyed in various places, preferably in a glass of chocolate.
The perimeter of the walls, reinforced by towers of square and cylindrical plan, reaches 1,565 meters, totally crossed by an adarve defended by ameado parapeito. In some places, the walls are 13 meters high.
The eastern portion of the wall forms the nucleus of the broadest castle that surrounds the castle and the village, which, extending on both sides to the south for 500 meters, closes the perimeter at the tip, called the Facho Tower.
The access is made by four doors and two shutters, highlighting the Door of the Village or Door of Our Lady of Mercy, surmounted by an inscription, there placed by the king D.João IV (1640-1656), and that reads: A Our Lady was conceived without original sin. Inside there is a chapel with a balcony, covered with tiles from the 18th century.
Also noteworthy are:
The pillory of the village, erected in granite. It has on one side the shield with the royal arms, and on the other the cameraman of D. Leonor, which this queen donated to the village in memory of the net in which the fishermen brought her her dead son in a hunting accident. In the past, criminals and criminals were exposed and punished.
The aqueduct of the village, with a length of 3 km, joining Mount da Usseira and Óbidos. It was built by Queen D. Catherine of Austria, wife of King João III (1521-1557), carrying the water that supplied the fountains of Óbidos.
The Cruzeiro da Memória, built in commemoration of the capture of Óbidos to the Moors by D. Afonso Henriques, marks the place where he built camp before conquering the village.
Duration: 1 hour
Departure Point :Traveler pickup is offered
We will pick up all travelers in Lisbon and in the surroundings areas.For better recognition, we fill up a ticket with our traveler's name.Ports
- Cruise Port Lisbon
Departure Time :9:00 AM
Return Detail :-
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Infant seats available
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.