Pick-up and drop-off at Nazaré.
Embark on a truly unforgettable journey with our Private Tour of Western Portugal. Immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of this region, which offers a delightful blend of fascinating museums, awe-inspiring monuments, traditional crafts, and unique aromas.
Explore the heart and soul of Portugal as we take you through some of the most charming and historically significant locations in the area. Starting in Nazaré, we will then head to Tomar, a city steeped in history that is home to the magnificent Convent of Christ, a UNESCO World Heritage site dating back to the 12th century.
Our next stop is the charming town of Fátima, a significant pilgrimage site for Catholics worldwide. Here, we will visit the impressive Basilica of Our Lady of Fátima. We will then discover the remarkable Monastery of Batalha, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, and admire its Gothic architecture and intricate stonework. Our tour will also take us to the impressive Alcobaça Monastery, where we will explore its fascinating history.
Finally, we will stroll through the enchanting medieval town of Óbidos, renowned for its narrow cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, and picturesque castle walls.
This private tour is designed to enhance your understanding and appreciation of this beautiful region, and our knowledgeable guide will provide you with interesting insights into the history and culture of each location. Don't miss out on the opportunity to discover the beauty and richness of Western Portugal.
Pick up and Drop off from your accommodation in Nazaré at 9am
A picturesque coastal town in central Portugal, is known for its rich traditions and and carismatic people. It has also gained a reputation among surfers as a top destination for big wave surfing, with the famous "Canhão da Nazaré" producing record-breaking waves. In fact, in 2011, Garrett McNamara surfed the largest wave ever recorded, measuring a whopping 30 meters. Come and experience the authentic charm and thrill of Nazaré for yourself!
Tomar is a historic city located in central Portugal, renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and the Convent of Christ, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city boasts a rich history, including its role as the former seat of the Knights Templar. Visitors can explore the castle, churches and narrow streets of the old town, or take a stroll along the Nabão River.
Basilica of Our Lady of Fatima
Fátima is a small town in central Portugal, renowned as one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world.
The main attraction in Fátima is the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, a modern church built in the 20th century that houses the tombs of the three shepherd children. Visitors can also see the Chapel of Apparitions, which marks the spot where Mary is said to have appeared to the children.
Monastery of Batalha
His exceptional architectural ensemble is the result of the fulfillment of a promise made by King João I of Portugal in gratitude for the victory in Aljubarrota, a battle fought on August 14th, 1385, which secured the throne and guaranteed the independence of Portugal.
It is one of the most beautiful works of Gothic and Manueline architecture.
Nowadays, Batalha Monastery is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Monastery of Santa Maria de Alcobaça
World Heritage by UNESCO. Work on this 12th-century monument began in 1178 and lasted for 100 years, going through several stages of construction.
The Monastery of Alcobaça is known for its impressive Gothic architecture and the greatest love story in the history of Portugal – the tragic passion of D. Pedro and D. Inês de Castro.
Óbidos is a charming medieval village located in the central-western region of Portugal, known for its picturesque white houses adorned with colorful flowers, narrow cobblestone streets, and impressive fortifications that once protected the town. Visitors can explore the medieval castle, walk along the town's walls, and indulge in the traditional cherry liqueur known as "Ginja." With its unique blend of history and beauty, if you're looking for a fairytale-like scenario, this is a must-see destination on any trip to Portugal.
Duration: 9-10 hours
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Pick Up and Drop off at your accommodation in Lisbon
Child seats available
Free cancellation up to 48 hours
Pick up your accommodation in Lisbon
Private vehicle, according to the size of the group
Parking, fuel, and tolls
Drop off at your accommodation in Lisbon
Tour in Lisbon
Personal expenses (souvenirs and others)