Full Day Tours

Fátima. Batalha. Alcobaça. Nazaré. Óbidos

Pickup and drop off in Lisbon

10 hours /from 90€


Take the tour you want, the way that you want it!



Our full day tours are always private and from the first minute you just need to relax and enjoy the day - no matter if you are individually, in a family or a friends group. 

 

We customize the itinerary and the visits to meet your specific interests and wishes. 


We, as local guides, know the route and love our country. We know its History and stories to be told. The best spots for a nice picture or just to enjoy the view and take a deep breath; the best spots to enjoy a traditional Portuguese meal or a quick snack. 


It's always your choice... at your own pace. Always in good company; comfortable and safe.


PLACES TO VISIT

Fátima

 

The Sanctuary of Fátima is one of the most cherished Marian Shrines in the world. 

At the Sanctuary we’ll visit the 
Chapel of the Apparitions – where our Lady appeared for five times and talked to the little shepherds. 

Also the large holm-oak where they used to pray the Rosary; the Colonnade with its 200 columns and religious statues and the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima – where we have the remains of Blessed Jacinta and Francisco and also Lúcia.

Crossing the shrine you can stop next to the 
statue of Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Nativity  Scene.


Our next visit is the Church of the Most Holy Trinity with its high bronze doors, dedicated to the Twelve Apostles and the main portico alluding to the apparitions of the Angel.


The visit will end with a place of historic memory: the Monument of the Berlin Wall. This place reminds us of the importance of John Paul II in bringing the eastern and western parts of Europe closer together and the message of Fatima.
 

Finally, Aljustrel where we can visit the houses and birthplace of the three little shepherds. 


Batalha


In the village of Batalha you will find one of the most beautiful Portuguese monuments - the Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitória.


This Monastery is also popularly known as Monastery of Batalha, alluding to the decisive Battle of Aljubarrota, between the Kingdom of Portugal and Castile - 1385 - from which Portugal emerged victorious and with a consolidated independence from Spain of nowadays. 


This magnificent building presents itself as an authentic passport for time travel: from the Middle Ages, to the  Age of Discoveries. Rest assured that this masterpiece of Gothic and stone lacy, Manueline - rehearsed in this place, for the first time, in Portugal, will surprise you, for sure. 


Classified by UNESCO in 1983.


Alcobaça 


In Royal Abbey of Alcobaça we will see the biggest Portuguese gothic church. 


In this monument, like the Monastery of Batalha is consider by UNESCO a world heritage site, we will admire the gothic architecture of the twelve and thirteen century, but at the same time we will talk about the influence of the Order of Cister in the creation of the kingdom of Portugal. 


Of course it´s inevitable, in front of their tombs, also to tell the tragic love story of King Pedro I – the cruel one, and his beloved - Inês de Castro, who was murdered by order of his father.

Nazaré


What can we say about this fishermen village? After two beautiful monuments...

Enjoy the view and relax because the view from "Sítio da Nazaré" on the top of the cliff is just breathtaking. 


Nazaré. Legends and pilgrimages since Middle Ages; adventure with big waves and world surf records; a dazzling  view over the blue sea


This is a village of good people and good fish. 


Visitors are enchanted by the seven skirts that Nazarenas wear in their daily lives and the plaid of fishermen's clothes.


We also find in the hilltop the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Nazaré - from 17th century - where we have a painted wooden black Virgin statue - and the Ermida da Memória [a Memorial Chapel] built in 14th century where - according to a local legend this statue was found underneath and venerated by pilgrims, since then, through times. 


It's it believed that this statue was brought here from Mérida, in Spain, in 8th century.


Óbidos  


Óbidos is a  medieval, romantic village that developed between walls. 


Narrow streets and sidewalks; the white houses with blue or yellow stripes; geraniums and bougainvilleas... all this add color and charm to the storefronts, restaurants, cafes and terraces. 

 

Though is very well known as Queen's Village or Literary Village the famous Main Gate of the Walls and no less famous cherry - based liqueur Ginjinha - served in a chocolate cup - are the responsible ones to spread photos and the word about this village all over the world. 



PRICE PER PERSON

2 PERSONS - 170€  | 3 PERSONS - 120€  | 4 to 6 PERSONS - 95€ | 7 to 8 PERSONS - 90€

Children up to 12 - 50%

Additional information:


  • The tour starts at 9h 30m
  • Minimum of 2 adults to make the tour
  • The duration of the day tour is 10 hours


Included


  • Passenger and luggage transportation in SUV or Van, with AC
  • Private tour with guide service in Portuguese, English or Spanish
  • Daily bottle of water, 33 cl/pax
  • Travel insurance
  • Pickup and Drop Off in Lisbon


Not Included


  • Accommodation and meals
  • Tickets to National Monuments 
  • Personal expenses
  • Everything that is not described in the Included section