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Private Tour to Fatima, Batalha, Nazare and Obidos from Lisbon

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  • 8 hr

Destino Fatima. Visit Cova de Iria, where the sanctuary's place of prayers and monuments are located. Visit the Chapel of the Apparitions, considered the heart of the Sanctuary, built in 1919, in the exact location where the Apparitions took place. In addition to the Chapel of Apparitions you will also visit the complete Sanctuary. Time to pray. Time to buy religious items. Classified in 1983 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Monastery of Batalha is one of the most imposing Gothic monuments in the entire Iberian Peninsula. Enjoy the fantastic panoramic view over the beach of Nazare from Sitio, the highest point of the village. Nazare is a traditional fisherman's village, a summer destination and a big waves surfers paradise. Conclude your tour in Obidos. This fortified village is one of the ex-libris of Portuguese heritage. Obidos will be a surprise for you, since it is a medieval village surrounded by the walls of its Castle.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Lisbon

Pick-up from your hotel / accommodation in Lisbon Do not worry about traveling by public transport or sharing your tour and choose comfort and safety in the company of your guide who will pick you up at your hotel in a comfortable vehicle and with the Clean & Safe seal guarantee assigned by the Portuguese Tourism Board. This tour is designed for those who want to get away from the traditional tours and have a more authentic and unique experience. Duration of the trip from Lisbon to Fatima about 1h30.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Capela Das Aparicoes

Chapel of the Apparitions Built in response to Our Lady's request “I want you to make here a chapel”. Our Lady appeared full of light and spoke here to the Little Shepherds in May, June, July, September and October 1917.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Basilica de Nossa Senhora do Rosario de Fatima

Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima The three Little Shepherds were on May 13 1917 in this place playing at the top of the of Cova de Iria's hillside making a "small wall" and "suddenly saw what seemed to be a flash of lightning". Years later the Basilica was built (between 1928 and 1953). See the tombs of the three Little Shepherds inside the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary. You will have the chance to get close to them.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Basilica of the Holy Trinity

Basilica of the Holy Trinity In 1973, the intention arose to build a new church in the Sanctuary of Fatima. The first stone was laid in 2004. It was inaugurated on October 12, 2007, on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Apparitions. The whole church is white in color, covered with stone from the region: Branco do Mar (White from the Sea). The Basilica has a total of 8,633 seats, including 76 for people with limited mobility. Its construction was paid completely with donations from visitors.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Batalha Monastery

The Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitória, popularly known as Monastery of Batalha, was built by King D. João I, in fulfillment of a promise made on August 14, 1385 to Our Lady, should he win the Castilian army. The Battle against the Spaniards took place in Aljubarrota, south of Batalha and was won by the Portuguese king who hurried to fulfill his promise. The Monastery of Batalha has been is a symbol of Portugal's independence and is a testament of to the beginning of the second royal dynasty in Portugal, the Avis Dynasty. Classified in 1983 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Monastery of Batalha results in one of the most imposing Gothic monuments in the entire Iberian Peninsula.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: O Sitio

Enjoy the fantastic panoramic view over the beach of Nazare from 'Sitio,' the highest point of the village. Nazare is a traditional fisherman's village, a summer destination and a big waves surfers paradise.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Ermida da Memoria

At the top sits the Ermida da Memoria chapel, famous for the legend of the miracle that Our Lady made to prevent the horse of the nobleman, D. Fuas Roupinho, leaping over the precipice. True or not, at the Suberco Viewpoint you still can see the mark left on the rock by one of the horse's hooves on that foggy morning in 1182. At the site, you can also visit the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora da Nazare.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Praia do Norte

Huge waves of Praia do Norte A 30 meters wave in Nazaré. How can we explain it? 1. The refraction of the wave due to the difference in depths between the Continental Shelf and the Canyon; 2. Overtopping a topographic barrier (steep vertical variation); 3. Positive interference between the wave travelling from the Canyon and the wave propagating across the northern continental shelf; 4. Littoral Drift. The combined effect of these processes significantly increases the wave height, which can reach values much higher than those observed offshore. The waves break when their height is approximately equal to the local water depth.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Obidos Village

You will complete the tour in Óbidos. This fortified village is one of the ex-libris of Portuguese heritage and will be a surprise to you, since it is a medieval village surrounded by the walls of its castle, serving as a living, inhabited testimony that has remained almost unchanged since the end of the XVII century. Walking through the streets of Óbidos is to make an appointment with the past, through its sidewalks and Gothic houses from the 16th and 17th century.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Lisbon

It was a great day and it is time to return to your hotel in Lisbon. We hope to see you again soon on another visit in Portugal. You will be able to choose a Drop-off location different from the Pick up one, provided it is in Lisbon. See you soon!

Duration: 1 hour