Stops: Óbidos - Nazaré - Fátima - Coimbra and Aveiro
per group*

Embark on a private tour from Lisbon to Porto and experience the best of Portugal's sights and landmarks on the way.

Begin your journey in the enchanting medieval town of Óbidos, known for its whitewashed houses with flower decorated walls and charming castle. Next, visit the traditional fishing village of Nazaré, where towering waves attract surfers from all over the world. Continue your adventure to the spiritual capital of Portugal, Fátima, a pilgrimage site for Catholics around the world.

Then we head for Coimbra, a vibrant university town with a rich cultural heritage, so you can admire it’s splendor in quick but worthy stop. Next we’ll go to the Venice of Portugal, Aveiro, famous for its canals and colorful Moliceiros boats where you can enjoy a leisurely boat ride and some local delicacies

The tour ends with the arrival in Porto, where we'll drop you off in your accommodation. 

Please note that schedules during the winter are subject to alteration due to weather and daylight restrictions, and that Coimbra may not be included in wintertime due to shorter days.

Pick-up: Lisbon

Drop-off: Porto

Stopping place

Pick up at 8:30 am in your accommodation in Lisbon

Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal, located on the country's western coast. It's a vibrant city known for its historic neighborhoods, cultural landmarks, and delicious cuisine.

The top attractions in Lisbon include the stunning Belem Tower, the historic Jerónimos Monastery, and the vibrant Alfama district.

1 hour

Stopping place

Óbidos Castle

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, a must-see destination on any trip to Portugal.

1 Hour
Stopping place
Nazare Beach

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!

2 Hours
Stopping place


Here you will have the option of attending daily Mass.

Free time for lunch

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.

20 min
Stopping place

University of Coimbra

Experience the rich history and vibrant student culture of Coimbra by visiting its oldest university. Take in the stunning panoramic view and capture memorable photos of this iconic landmark.

Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the University of Coimbra, where centuries-old traditions are still upheld by passionate students. Admire the unique student uniforms and uncover the fascinating stories and hidden gems that Coimbra has to offer.

1 Hour
Stopping place

Option of participating in a boat ride. (13€ pax, paid locally)

Aveiro is a charming coastal city, known for its picturesque canals, colorful traditional boats called "moliceiros," and Art Nouveau architecture. It's often referred to as the "Venice of Portugal" because of its waterways.

Foodies will love Aveiro's cuisine, which is centered around fresh seafood and traditional sweets like "ovos moles". The city is also a great base for exploring nearby attractions like the beaches of Costa Nova and the historic town of Ílhavo.

Stopping place

Drop off at your accommodation in Porto around 18:00

Porto is a historic city in northern Portugal, known for its charming streets, colorful buildings, and beautiful azulejo tiles. The city is famous for its production of port wine, which can be enjoyed in the numerous wine cellars that line the Douro River. This city  a cultural hub with a thriving street art scene, numerous art galleries, and historic landmarks like the Clérigos Tower and the Livraria Lello bookstore.


  •  Confirmation received within 48 hours, subject to availability
  •  We regret to inform that this tour is not wheelchair accessible
  •  The tour operates in most weather conditions, we advise to dress with confort and according to the present season.
  •  This is a private tour: no other groups are joining you on your trip
  •  Each traveller can bring a maximum of one suitcase and one carry-on bag. If you have any special ou large luggage, please confirm with the tour operator if it’s acceptable.
*the price varies depending on the size of the group

Duration: 9-10 hours

With security measures related to Covid-19

Pick Up at your accommodation in Lisbon and Drop off at your accommodation in Porto

Child seats available

Free cancellation up to 48 hours


Pick up your accommodation in Lisbon

Private vehicle, according to the size of the group

Guided tour


Mineral water

Parking, fuel, and tolls


Drop off at your accommodation in Porto


Tour in Lisbon

Tour in Porto

Return to Lisbon

Personal expenses (souvenirs and others)



Boat trip in Aveiro (13 euros per person)

Tour in Porto and return to Lisbon


Customizable Tours

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