Looking for a day full of surprises in the best spots in Portugal?
This Fátima, Western Portugal & Coimbra + Aveiro – Private Tour & Transfer from Lisbon to Porto or other city close by, will give you the best experience including a full day with a transfer included. My West region is full of amazing landscapes, unesco heritage monuments, amazing places for your to try the Portuguese Gastronomy and offers you everything you are looking for. This is a private tour just for you and your family/friends and you be able to visit: Óbidos, Nazaré, Batalha and Fátima making a quick stop in Coimbra for sightseeing (stop at Coimbra University to see the outside) and Aveiro.
If you wish to change one of the places it’s fine. We can adapt the places we will be visiting depend on how much time you would like to spend in each place. Just let me know what best suits you.
What to Expect
This is a private and unique tour. I will show you my region in a different way with a private transfer included.
Portugal’s religious capital attracts millions of pilgrims every year, due to its mystical power and atmosphere. It can hold about 300 thousand faithful followers at the same time and is twice the size of Saint Peter’s Square in the Vatican City.
At about 2 kilometers away from Fátima in a small village called ‘Aljustrel’ we can visit Marto’s Family House and Lúcia’s House.
This 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.
Located at the coast of central Portugal, land of legends and traditions, sea and fishing, simple and friendly people, Nazaré still has the authenticity that inspired writers and dazzled artists. Portugal’s most famous fishing village, Nazaré also has beaches with great spots for surf, bodyboard, Tow-In and SUP lovers. In 2011 Garrett McNamara broke the world record for the largest surfed wave (30 meters) at ‘Canhão da Nazaré’.
Beautiful medieval town, famous for its landscape and history and also for the typical liquor of ‘Ginja’. Here you can stroll through the narrow streets, visit the castle, taste Ginja liquor and artistic chocolates, enjoy the flowered balconies, the sidewalks covered in Portuguese pavement and the architecture of the houses. Óbidos is the ideal destination for a romantic walk. With a rich historical tradition, Óbidos is one of the most beautiful jewels of the country.
Making a quick stop close by the river and at the university to visit the outside and to see the amazing view over the river.
Rising scenically from the Rio Mondego, Coimbra is an animated city steeped in history. It was Portugal’s medieval capital for more than a century and it’s home to the country’s oldest and most prestigious university. Its steeply stacked historic centre dates to Moorish times and is wonderfully atmospheric, with its dark cobbled lanes and monumental cathedral.
Stop in the city center for you to have the opportunity to see the canals, and if possible/available to do a boat tour in the canals. Unique experience.
Known as the Venice of Portugal, Aveiro is surrounded by salt-flats, beaches and lagoons and dominated by the Central Canal running through town. Once a big sea port, Aveiro lies in a region of valleys cut by mountains and fertile lagoon plains.
The city of Aveiro is crossed by canals, which give it quite an individual character, and in the old quarter tourists can see the quaint whitewashed houses of the fishermen and visit, early in the morning, the Mercado do Peixe, an auction of the fish caught during the night. Of all the boats seen in the area, the moliceiro is the most elegant, being perfectly lined, painted with bright colours and with often ingenious and humorous decorations.
World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The works of this 12th-century monument begun in 1178 and lasted for 100 years, through various stages of construction. The Monastery of Alcobaça is known for its impressive gothic architecture and greatest love story in the history of Portugal – the tragic passion of D. Pedro and D. Inês de Castro.
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