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Óbidos owes its name to the Latin word “Ópido” which means “fortified city”, as the city was built within its walls.
This town, conquered to the Moors, hosts every year a number of famous festivals and events such as Chocolate Festival, Christmas Village and the Medieval Market.
Filled by the majestic Monastery, Alcobaça has its cultural, social and economic development directly connected to the presence of the Cistercian Order in Portugal.
The fishing village has been becoming, throughout the years, a very busy touristic destination, being one of the first international touristic site in Portugal.
You must taste the famous Ginjinha de Óbidos in chocolate cup.
For a complete and very sweet visit, you must taste the Egg Pudding and Broinhas of Alcobaça.
Know the beach where the famous surfer Garrett McNamara beat the World Record by surfing a 30 meter wave.
All locals featured in our tours have been previously evaluated, being guaranteed its accessibility for reduced mobility conditions.
The Obidos Castle, once by the seaside, has been modified by various interventions throughout time, being part of the village it holds in its inside.
The Catle, qualified as National Monument, was nominated one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal in 2007.
The first example of Gothic Architecture in Portugal is the Alcobaça Monastery.
The construction of the Abbey started in 1178 to represent the domain by the Cistercian Order.
This monument is qualified as National Monument and World Heritage, being nominated one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal in 2007.
Sítio da Nazaré
Sítio da Nazaré is a pelgrimage site and its history is directly connected to the Legendo f Nazaré that tells the story of D. Fuas Roupinho who was riding his horse and chasing a deer. On the edge of the cliff, by the cave where they used to venerate the image of the Virgin Mary (Sítio da Nazaré), D. Fuas would have begged to be saved, moment in which the horse immediately stopped preventing a fall of more than 100 meters high.
8 Seats + 2 Wheelchairs
6 Seats + 4 Wheelchairs Departure and Arrival: To be advised
Duration of the Tour: 08h00 Price includes:
Morning and Afternoon Snacks
Admission to the Museums and Monuments
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