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You better get organised to see it all

You can have it all, if you want to. Relax by the pool, on the beach, get fit, explore the area and its many attractions.

Here is a short list to get your started.

Immerse yourself into the Region

Local Markets

Local Markets

Local Markets are many and each one is a delight, with fresh and local produce at incredible prices. Both an experience and a culinary joy

Wine routes

Wine routes

The region is a superb wine region where we have tasted some amazing wines, that can compete with any wine around the globe.

Festivals

Festivals

There are local festivals all year round and even more during summer & autumn. Obidos even has a winter wonderland and chocolate festival

Shopping

Shopping

Portugal has some excellent shopping with great quality and fairly low prices. You can stock up here and have lots of change left over

Rich in Culture and History

Obidos
Obidos

Obidos is a special place, the classical Portuguese town with cobbled streets, multiple miniature churches standing in the shadow of the towering walls. It is a world heritage site where the Portuguese kings spend their summer months. Worth multiple visits.

Fatima
Fatima

Fatima is one of the most important catholic shrines in the world dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Fatima's Sanctuary welcomes millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world.

Alcobaca
Alcobaca

The founding of this amazing monastery is intimately linked with the beginnings of the Portuguese monarchy. By virtue of its magnificent dimensions, the clarity of the architectural style, the beauty of the material used and the care with which it was built, the Cistercian Monastery of Santa Maria d'Alcobaça is a masterpiece of Gothic Cistercian art. A must see.

Batalha
Batalha

The Monastery of the Dominicans of Batalha was built to commemorate the victory of the Portuguese over the Castilians at the battle of Aljubarrota in 1385. It was to be the Portuguese monarchy's main building project for the next two centuries.

Sintra
Sintra

Sintra is set amidst the cooling pine hills of the Serra de Sintra and was traditionally a favourite location with the Portuguese nobility and elite. Contained within Sintra are three unique royal palaces and a swathe of other grand and extravagant buildings that will captivate you and its many visitors.

Foz de Arelho
Foz de Arelho

Foz do Arelho has several magnificent beach spots between the confluence of lagoa de Óbidos and the Atlantic Ocean. One can choose between swimming and sailing in the calm warm waters of the salt water lagoon, or surf and swim in the waters of the Atlantic.

Lisbon
Lisbon

Lisbon is an illuminated city. The almost constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus transforms the Portuguese capital into a mirror of a thousand colours - highlighting the city’s unique architecture and beauty. There are so many things to see and do in Lisbon - you are likely to visit more than once

Leira
Leira

Leira is the capital of the district. The Castle’s hill is steeped in royal history worth a visit. Only minutes away, one can take a relaxing drive through the Leiria’s Pine Forest, the oldest Portuguese pine forest and arrive at Pedrógão Beach. Here, traditions are present either in the typical boats or in the fishermen’s nets.

Berlenga Island
Berlenga Island

Berlenga Island is the most popular island in Portugal with the loop around the small islands which are very amazing. Berlenga Island is located some 7 km Northwest of Peniche. The island has beautiful beaches with crystal clear blue sea and is perfect for swimming and diving.