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Traditional fish drying in Nazareth Beach

Traditional fish drying in Nazareth

Town of Óbidos

Medieval town of Óbidos

Nazaré Beach

Obidos is a charming and picturesque medieval village, with white washed houses decorated with flowers. Captured from the Moors by the first king of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques, in 1148, though already occupied before the Romans reached the Iberian Peninsula, the village became prosperous from the time it was chosen by the royal family, when the King Dinis offered it as wedding gift to his wife Isabel, in the 14th century. Full of flowers, many medieval monuments and beautiful panoramic views are found here, relax yet in a medieval bar while enjoying the famous local liqueur Ginjinha.

Time to relax in the beach of São Martinho do Porto, the sands here continue for an approximate 3 kilometres forming a shell shape around the sheltered bay that is home to São Martinho do Porto Beach. The calm sea represents the perfect conditions for both children and nautical sports such as windsurfing, sailing and canoeing.

Nazaré is traditional fishing village. The seven colourful skirts worn by Nazaré women have been worn since the days when they used to wait for their husbands to return from the day's fishing trip. But today the town is defined more by the waves that attract surfers and body-boarders. The lovely cove is protected by high cliffs, atop which the Sítio da Nazaré offers a memorable view.

Alcobaça: Monastery or Royal Abbey of Santa Maria, founded by the Order of Cistercians in 1153. Building began in 1178 on land donated by Dom Afonso Henriques, the first King of Portugal to the Order of Cistercians, in fulfilment of a vow made after the Christian reconquest of Santarém. Testify the magnificent gothic tombs of the two lovers King Pedro and Ines de Castro.

Batalha: Built in 1386 to keep a vow by Portuguese King Dom João I to the Virgin Mary that he would build it if Portugal defeated Castile at the Battle of Aljubarrota on 14th August 1385. The Monastery of Batalha, a masterpiece of Portuguese Gothic, is a magnificent piece of architecture that combines various influences from its lengthy period of construction, which lasted several reigns. Outstanding in the interior are the Founders' Chapel with its fine stained-glass windows, the cloisters, the Unfinished Chapels with their Manueline and Flemish Gothic features and the Chapter House.
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Transportation by new spacious air-conditioned van
Private Professional Tour Guide
Languages: Português, English, Français, Castellano, Deutsch
Road Tolls
Fuel
Parking Fees
Personalized pick-up and drop-off (Hotel / Address / Apartment / Airport / Cruise Terminal)
Free time to explore at each stop
Free tour for children up to 3 years old
50% off for children between 4 and 10 years old

Not included:
Monuments Admission Tickets
Meals

Meeting Point | Pick-up | Drop-off (Lisboa):
For your convenience, our guide will pick you up directly at your Hotel / Apartment / Airport / Cruise Terminal.


Departure and Arrival Time:
Departure: 08:30 - 09:30 am
Arrival: 6:30


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Castle of Óbidos


Monastery of Batalha
Inês de Castro Tomb
Church of the Alcobaça Monastery
Monastery of Alcobaça
Nazaré Beach
São Martinho do Porto Bay


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