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Monastery of Alcobaça
The Monastery of Santa Maria de Alcobaça, is one of the most beautiful works of architecture and history Portugal, World Heritage classified by UNESCO and considered one of the most important abbeys European Cistercians. It is also one of the 7 wonders of Portugal. Is the first work in Gothic style, built in Portuguese soil. Here remains the tombs of Pedro and Inês.
The beach of Nazaré, a typical fishing village with natural beauty. Mild climate is ideal for those who like beach, being an area with plenty of demand for surfing. It has a wide range of restaurants, ideal for lovers of fresh fish or seafood.
São Martinho do Porto
São Martinho do Porto is a nice village at a beautiful and calm bay. This bay is a shell-shaped lagoon. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by a small passage between the hills. Around the bay is a wide sandy beach, and next to the beach hills and dunes. The promenade is vibrant, and connects with a wooden pathway through the dunes to Salir do Porto. Ideal for a bike ride or a long walk!
Sanctuary of Fátima
Fatima is known for its religious feature. Every day thousands of tourists visit the city on the promise of life changes or some miraculous solutions. But the city is much more than that, with several museums, gardens and moments of history in every corner.
Obidos is one of the most beautiful and preserved villages in Portugal. It is a historic medieval village surrounded by walls, dates back to the time of the Moorish occupation. Obidos, beyond the walls and wonderful churches, has a set of spaces where you can contact with the rich heritage of the village. I tis one of the 7 wonders of Portugal and classified as a literary village by UNESCO. It has an extensive cultural offer, highlighting the International Chocolate Festival, the Medieval Market and the Christmas Village.
The Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitoria, also called Batalhas’s Monastery is arguably one of the most beautiful works of Portuguese and European architecture is the most significant monument of Gothic in Portuguese space.
This exceptional architectural complex resulted from the fulfillment of a promise made by King John I in gratitude for the victory in Aljubarrota battle fought on August 14, 1385, which assured him the throne and secured the independence of Portugal.
It is also one of the 7 wonders of Portugal.
Alcobaça is located in an area of fertile land and is one of the most importante fruit orchards regions in the country, is therefore required to taste the delicious fruits grown here, apples, pears, peaches and apricots. We also emphasize the delicious candys from this region as Frei João’s delight, the custard of Monastery’s Friars, the scones of alcobaça, queijadas do Bárrio, pies, cheesecakes and pastries from Aljubarrota and the Pão-de-Ló of Alfeizerão. The best known specialty is Frango na Púcara. Finally we invite you to taste the fantastic wines produced in the region as well as the famous Ginja Alcobaça.
Natural Park of Serra de Aire e Candeeiros
Ideal for those who enjoy direct contact with nature, the Natural Park of Serra de Aire e Candeeiros, extends over an area of 38,900 hectares. Here you can visit the caves of Mira de Aire, considered one of the seven natural wonders of Portugal, the Dinosaur Footprints Monument, Arrimal Ponds, Olhos de Água source of the Alviela River, The Living Science Center Alviela – Carsoscópio, the Underground Interpretation Centre of the Algar do Pena Cave, Sea salt, among other magnificent activities.