Santa Maria Hotel Fatima

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rua de Santo Antonio, Fatima, Estremadura, 2495, Portugal
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Transport between Lisboa/Fatima/Batalha

by pecsihornet


We'd like to travel from Lisboa to Fatima, then from Fatima to Batalha.
Is there a frequent bus service between Batalha and Fatima? How often does it go? What about the buses between Batalha and Lisboa?
Thanks for the answers in advance.
All the best
Gabor from Hungary
(only 3 weeks, and we will be in Portugal!!!)

Re: Transport between Lisboa/Fatima/Batalha

by pecsihornet

and I have the same question refers to transport between Fatima - Obidos or Nazare - Lisboa.
We are just thinking about an other destination besides Fatima for our one day trip.
Thanks, Gabor

Re: Transport between Lisboa/Fatima/Batalha

by blahshog

Hi! There is a direct bus from Lisbon to Fatima.It leaves from Arco Do Cego (ask at the Airport or Information kiosks). Scheduled times are; 8:00 h 9:15 h 10:30 h 13:00 h 14:30 h 15:00 h 16:30 h 18:30 h.
Unfortunately there are no buses between Batalha & Fatima.
Regretably buses in Portugal tend not to have numbers,only destinations!
My advice would be to write down the destination & show it at the bus station & you'll find yourself directed to the correct bus.My experience is that there is almost always someone there who speaks a little English & who will be very willing to help you.

Travel Tips for Fátima

Children's House

by wroclawiak

If you want to visit the Children's House you have to go to the information centre first and ask for a map because it is not easy to get there. It takes about 40 Minutes to get there from the tourist office. The are no signs and you can easely get lost.

Via Sacra

by solopes

Most people walk to Fatima from long distance. It's, indeed, Fatima's strongest tradition - to walk there. In the access from Batalha (and maybe others, I never checked it!) about ten kilometers before arriving you may notice some a cross in marble, that repeats regularly until Fatima.

They intend to mark the stations of a Via Sacra, maybe to ease the last kilometers with the distraction of praying and the enthusiasm of successively conquered stages. The last (I think!) cross, already in Fatima, is accessible to all the tourists, thus deserving a little enrichment.

the colonnade

by call_me_rhia

The colonnade surrounding the esplanade, and running in the shape of a crescent to the left and right of the basilica, is an impressive piece of architecture. OK, it's not very original (you can see a similar, older and more impressive version in Saint peter's square in Rome - and yet it's the part I like best. On the colonnade there's a long row of statues - those of the 4 portuguese saints (St. John of God, St. John of Brito, St. Anthony and Bl. Nuno of Santa Maria) and other more international saints, including St. Teresa of Avila, St. Jonh Bosco with St. Dominic Savio, and St. Paul of the Cross.

Fatima - Portugal's Holiest Town

by mikelisaanna

Fatima is sacred ground to Catholics. In 1917, three local children (Lucia, Jacinta, and Francisco) had visions of the Virgin Mary. These occurred monthly (on the 13th of each month) and lasted for six months(May through October). For the last vision (October 13, 1917), they were joined by a huge crowd of about 70,000 prople, who collectively saw the sun change colors and dance around the sky. On that day, Lucia also received from Mary the three secrets of Fatima (regarding Russian Communism, World War II, and the aassassination attempt on a pope)

The site of the visions is now home to a large shrine complex, which features a large basilica (where the children are buried) and a smaller chapel. They are visited by thousands of pilgrims from dozens of countries. On the day that were there, there was a group of nuns visiting from India.

The apparitions story

by Mundus

On 13 May 1917, three children were pasturing their little flock in the Cova da Iria, parish of Fatima, town of Vila Nova de Ourém. today the diocese of Leiria-Fatima. They were called: Lucia de Jesus, aged 10, and her cousins Francisco and Jacinta Marto, aged 9 and 7.
About midday, after praying the Rosary, as was their custom, they were amusing themselves building a little house of stones scattered around he place where the Basilica now stands. Suddenly they saw a brilliant light, and thinking it to be lightning, they decided to go home. But as they went down the slope another flash lit up the place, and they saw on the top of a holmoak (where the Chapel of Apparitions now stands), "a Lady more brilliant than the sun", from whose hands hung a white rosary.
The Lady told the three little shepherds that it was necessary to pray much, and she invited them to return to the Cova da Iria during five consecutive months, on the 13th day at that hour. The children did so and the 13th day of June, July, September and October, the Lady appeared to them again and spoke to them in the Cova da 0a. On the 19th of August, the apparition took place at Valinhos, about 500 meters from Aljustrel, because on the 13th the children had been carried off by the local Administrator to Vila Nova de Ourém.
At the last apparition, on October 13, with about 70,000 people present, the Lady said to them that she was the "Lady of the Rosary" and that a chapel was to be built there in her honor. After the apparition all present witnessed the miracle promised to the three children in July and September :the sun, resembling a silver disc, could be gazed at without difficulty and, whirling on itself like a wheel of fire, it seemed about to fall upon the earth.
Afterwards, when Lucia was a Religious Sister of Saint Dorothy, Our Lady appeared to her again in Spain (10 December 1925 and 15 February 1926, in the Convent of Pontevedra, and on the night of 13/14 June 1929, in the Convent of Tuy), requesting the devotion of the five first Saturdays (to pray the Rosary, meditate on the mysteries of the Rosary, confess and receive Holy Communion, in reparation for the sins committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary), and the Consecration of Russia to the same Immaculate Heart, This request had been announced by the Apparition on 13 July 1917, in what is called the "Secret of Fatima".
Years later, Sr. Lucia related that, between April and October of 1916, an Angel had appeared to the three seers on three occasions, twice in the Cabeço and once at the well in the garden behind Lucia's house, who exhorted them to prayer and penance.
Since 1917 pilgrims have not ceased to come to the Cova da Iria in thousands upon thousands from all parts of the world, at first on the 13th of each month. later during the summer and winter holidays, and now more and more at weekends and any day all the year round.


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