It is difficult to find a region of Central Portugal with a historical, religious, cultural and natural heritage as rich as that found in the region that extends around Fatima. Here there is something for everyone to explore and love! Download the Hotel's Region of Fatima Guide to find the activities that inspire you most!
House-Museum of Aljustrel, House of Jacinta and Francisco and house of Lucia.
It is held every day of the week between Easter and Advent (the rest of the year is only held on Saturdays), in the Chapel of the Apparitions.
Hours: after the Rosary at 09:30 p.m., between 10:15 p.m. and 10:45 p.m.
Visit the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, the Colonnade and its Way of the Cross, the Chapel of Apparitions, the "Azinheira Grande" and the Basilica of the Holy Trinity.
In the permanent exhibition "Fatima Light and Peace" you can know and visit the goldsmith collection and the precious crown of Our Lady of Fatima. The exhibition is open to the public in the building of the Rectory of the Sanctuary of Fátima, in the architectural complex of the Retreat House of Nossa Senhora do Carmo.
Starting at the Roundabout of St. Teresa of Ourém, "Rotunda Sul", and following the path usually followed by the children, the Way Of The Cross on the Way of the Shepherds ends at the Hungarian Calvary.
Located in Fatima and housed in a mill, tells the story of the manufacture of olive oil in the region, presenting the ancestral equipment that was used in the past. The museum includes an area for the promotion of local products, such as honey, cheese or wine, and it also organizes olive oil tasting sessions.
Many of the events dating from the birth of Portugal, took place in this region, which is infused with History, but also with myths and legends. Three of the most important Portuguese monuments, recognized as World Heritage sites by UNESCO, are located in an area of little more than 90 km around Fatima. Do not miss it! Visit Monastery of Alcobaça, Monastery of Batalha and Convent of Christ of Tomar.
A museum of avant-garde, among the most modern in Europe, designed to safeguard and enhance the Military Field of St. George, installed in the place where the battle of Aljubarrota was fought in 1385. It presents this battle in an attractive way including a breathtaking multimedia show.
Both caves are immensely beautiful and worth visiting. The caves of Mira D 'Aire are one of the 7 Natural Wonders of Portugal: an authentic underground cathedral!
A rural area that has been requalified for tourism. Its old houses have been rebuilt and an ecological theme park set up. The place has a reception and interpretation center, shops, cafes and restaurants, car park, picnic park, playground, and a mountain bike center.
Located at the eastern end of the Sierra de Aire e Candeeiros contains an important fossil record of the Jurassic period. In it 20 rails or tracks with footprints of sauropod dinosaurs can be observed.
An excellent suggestion for trekking or hiking lovers or for a family outing in the middle of nature.
Castle of Leiria and Museum m | i | mo - museum of moving image.
Rent a bike and explore Fatima the healthy way.
Activities of karting, climbing and other outdoor activities. Located in Fatima.
With the Natural Park of the Sierras de Aire and Candeeiros (PNSAC) as a neighbor, the Medieval Village of Ourém is a place that deserves a visit of discovery. Dominated by its Castle it is wandering through the narrow streets and corners that we discover the essence of the town. Well preserved from the architectural point of view and without large "invasions" of tourists, the Medieval Village of Ourém is one of the most interesting historical sites to visit around Fátima.
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