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The Templars Treasure: Alcobaça Batalha and Tomar - Private Full Day Tour from Lisbon
"Start your visit in one of the most important medieval monuments of Portugal the Monastery of Alcobaça. The construction of this monastery began in 1178 by Cistercian monks. It is the first Portuguese Gothic building. Consecrated in 1252 the church is the highest and longest in Portugal. The monumentally Monastery of Alcobaça was classified as World Heritage by UNESCO and was also elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal.Next head towards Batalha. Scene of great historical better known as the Monastery of Batalha was built by King John I in fulfillment of a promise to the Virgin Mary for having defeated the Spanish army in the Battle of Aljubarrota on August 14th 1385. This monastery symbolizes the independence of Portugal. Classified as World Heritage by UNESCO the Monastery of Batalha is the most significant Portuguese Gothic building and starter of 'Manueline art'.Discover the Convent of Christ
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"Óbidos
"Óbidos Nazaré Fátima and Batalha Day Trip""Head north from Lisbon on your full-day trip back to a bygone era where small villages boast a relaxing pace and historic religious sites dot the landscape. Your first stop is Óbidos a fortified village of whitewashed houses and narrow streets with a distinctly medieval atmosphere. Enjoy free time to wander around the cobblestone streets and alleyways lined with colorful houses and Gothic doorways. Relax at a café or sample the
From EUR72.00
 
Private Tour: Óbidos and Nazaré with Optional Wine Tasting
"Start the day with a pickup by your private guide then head out to ""Quinta do Sanguinhal"". Composed of 40 hectares 25 of which are vineyards Quinta do Sanguinhal is located on a plateau with gentle slopes of clay and sandy soil. One of the company’s old distilleries is set up here as well as the cellars with wooden barrels where they age the brandies and fortified wines. While at the winery visit the gardens of the 19th century vineyards
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More General in Nazaré

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Until recently we, the lovers of Nazaré, were fearing its future, with the stripe of sand narrowing year after year, with the strong surf menacing its use and even the front houses.Recently things...
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solopes
Aug 22, 2015

New Look

For many, many years I didn't go up to Pederneira. When I did recently, I was surprised by the excellent recovering work that has been done there. Once the main population centre of Nazaré, this...
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solopes
Nov 13, 2014

Peixeira

The traditional social organization of Nazaré reserves to women a fundamental role: while the men are at the sea, women rule life, taking care not only of the house - traditional woman's role - but...
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solopes
Sep 14, 2014

Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Nazare

Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Nazare, is located on the hill high above the town of Nazare. There is a funicular that does go up and can be found near the waterfront. We did not go in since the church...
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Martin_S.
Oct 24, 2011

Beach and beach promenade

The main reason why tourists visit Nazare is its about 1,5 km long sandy city beach (Praia da Nazare). In some parts of the beach fishermen still dry their catch and maintain their colourful boats.A...
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HORSCHECK
Feb 27, 2011

Nazare Harbour

The current harbour of Nazare was inaugurated in 1986 and it is one of the best sheltered harbours on Portugal's west coast.It is divided into a part for fishing boats (Porto de Pesca) and a marina...
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HORSCHECK
Feb 27, 2011
 
 
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* Tourism OfficeAvenida da República, 2450 Nazaré- Tel.: (+351) 26 256 11 94- E. mail:: camaranazaregap@mail.telepac.pt*Internet:- www.cm-nazare.pt (City Hall)-...
Redang
Jun 20, 2009

A BIT ABOUT NAZARE'

Located on the western Atlantic Ocean coast, in the Leiria district %NAZARE' is a picturesque Seaside village with its sandy beaches.The village consists of three areas:A Praia - along the beachO...
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LoriPori
Jun 10, 2009

THE BOULEVARD

All along the BOULEVARD in Nazare' there are restaurants and bars with terraces. This is one aspect of coastal towns in Portugal, that I really admire and enjoy. I just love their wide boulevards -...
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LoriPori
Jun 10, 2009

MEMORY CHAPEL - CAPELA DA MEMORIA

To commemorate a miraculous intervention (1182) MEMORY CHAPEL was built. The Virgin Mary saved the life of 12th century Portuguese knight, Dom Fuas Roupinho, while he was hunting deer one foggy...
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LoriPori
Jun 10, 2009

OUR LADY OF NAZARE'

Located on the hilltop overlooking the village of Nazare', OUR LADY OF NAZARE' or SANTUARIO DE NOSSA SENHORA DA NAZARE', was founded in the 14th century. The first thing you notice are the semi...
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LoriPori
Jun 10, 2009

Having Fun at "O Santo"

Having Fun at "O Santo"The "O Santo", is one of my favourite spots for mussels in Nazaré.As picture, here I am, having fun with some friends (October/2007).Click here to read my tip about this...
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MarioPortugal
Jun 27, 2008

The views over the beach from Sitio da Nazaré

Sitio da Nazaré is a great site for picture taken over Nazaré beach. Just for the privileged scenery sight, it's worthwhile a visit to this place.To get there one can either drive a car or just take...
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MarioPortugal
May 09, 2006

Street Crab Sellers

While wandering in Nazaré one will notice the typical street Crab sellers, generally local ladies dressed with the original local costumes. (Those costumes are still nowadays their everyday way of...
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MarioPortugal
May 01, 2006

Top Hotels in Nazaré

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Rua Caminho Real, Pederneira, Nazare, 2450-060, Portugal
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Rua Mouzinho de Albuquerque 8, Nazare, Estremadura, Portugal
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Praca Sousa Oliveira 71, Nazare, Estremadura, 2450-159, Portugal
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Abel da Silva - Pederneira, Nazare, Estremadura, 2450-060, Portugal
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Av. da Republica, 51, Nazare, Portugal
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Rua Mauzinho De Albuguerque No.3, Nazare, 2450256, Portugal
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Top Things to Do in Nazaré

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Drink Ginja in Nazare

I did not know that ginja is also sold in Nazare. I had the idea that ginja is a local product of Obidos, but I saw this kiosk in Nazare and then people told me that ginja is also produced in Nazare...
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Beach View

If you are in Site, up the cliff, by car or by funicular, you will enjoy a magnificent view of the beach. Besides, there is an historical church and some women typically dressed selling peanuts and...
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Holy Chapel

I found this chapel thanks to the ladies that are selling nuts and almonds nearby. A miracle was produced there and therefore people built that chapel, which is very venerated by local people. There...
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Beach Towels

By the beach I saw many shops selling beach towels very cheap and original. That was one of the purchases of Nazare. Another one was the peanuts that the ladies up the cliff were selling for a few...
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"Nazaré"
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"Nazare - A quaint and booming seaside resort"
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"Nazaré - the typical fishing village"
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"VT BUS TOUR TO NAZARE'"
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"Nazaré"
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