Lux Mundi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Rua Jacinto Marto 91, Fatima, Estremadura, 2495-450, Portugal
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples100
  • Solo0
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Salamanca to Fatima - fuel stops

by Boras

Okay, next Tuesday I'll be travelling from Salamanca, over the border to Fatima. I see there is a Repsol garage at Ciudad Rodrigo but does anyone know if there are fuel stations on the main road - IP2, IP5, IP6 - and where?

Re: Salamanca to Fatima - fuel stops

by micas_pt


Fuel is probably cheaper in Spain - petrol is, diesel I am not sure. So, if your car is not a diesel car, be sure to load in Spain.

In Portugal, along the road there are signs saying how far the fuel station is. It won't be hard to find one. I can't answer you question, but I can assure that they are easy to find.

Have a nice trip!

Re: Salamanca to Fatima - fuel stops

by micas_pt

Visit this link:|EUR&indemnite=&carbCost=1.3&autoConso=6.8&villeConso=6&routeConso=5.6

If you click on the map, you may then select "Extras". Amongst the Extras there are gas stations and the map will show you where they are situated. If this is not your route, you may modify the route with your options.

Re: Salamanca to Fatima - fuel stops

by Boras

Thanks for the info. The michelin map... perfect!

Travel Tips for Fátima

Bring your own drinks & food

by Imaniac

ALthough there are literally busloads of tourists in fatima every day, you will find almost no food or drinks there. So be sure to bring your own drinks and food. You will need them on a hot summers day.

The tombs of the shepherd children

by mikelisaanna

The three shepherd children (Lucia, Jacinta, and Francisco) are buried in the Basilica. Their tombs are located on the sides of the basica near the front. Many pilgrims to Fatima pray at the tombs and leave flowers.

The seers of Fatima

by NunoF

In the year 1917, in a mountainous region at the center of Portugal, the Mother of God appeared six times to three young children. Elsewhere on the continent the “Great War” raged, that would cost Europe an entire generation, over 37 million lives. Besides sending her own sons to die (in France and North Africa) Portugal was in political chaos at home. There was a dizzy succession of governments following a revolution in 1910. The monarchy had been replaced by a republic, with a new liberal constitution separating Church from state. Government officials, under the influence of Freemasonry, were not sympathetic to the Faith. But for the people themselves, the Faith was the air they breathed, as in the village of Aljustrel, a collection of whitewashed houses on a dusty road in the parish of Fatima.
There Lucia, Francisco, and Jacinta were born and raised in homes where the catechism was their daily bread, stories from the Bible their recreation, and the word of the village priest was law. Lucia de Jesus Santos was born, the youngest of seven children, to Antonio and Maria Rosa Santos, on 22 March 1907. She was a plain child with sparkling eyes and a magnetic personality, a natural leader to whom other children looked with confident affection. Blessed with an excellent memory, Lucia was able to learn her catechism, and make her First Communion and Confession, at age six. She herself became a catechist at nine. Lucia would be the constant guide and companion to her first cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, through the trials that accompanied the apparitions of the Blessed Mother.


by cheryl-b

A major pilgrimage site for Catholics, Fatima is an interesting place. I've never seen such devotion--women crawling on their knees for miles, hundreds of candles.

Can be done in a day-trip from Lisbon or Porto.


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