Day Trip From Lisbon: Fatima, Batalha, Nazare & Óbidos - Private Tour
Explore the beauty around Portugal's capital on this private tour from Lisbon to Nazare, Fátima, Batalha and Óbidos - including comfortable transport, expert guides and unforgettable experiences!
About this activity
- Operator: Blackcab Portugal
- Free cancellation (24 hours notice)
- Languages: Espanol, Francais, English, Portugues
- Duration: 9 hours
Enjoy a lovely private tour from Lisbon to Obidos, Nazare, Batalha and Fatima!
Our first stop is the Sanctuary of Fátima, a significant site of the Marian cult where three shepherd children witnessed miraculous apparitions of Our Lady of Fát...
- Start point: Marquis of Pombal Square |View in Google Maps
- Pickup is included for this activity or you can meet at the starting point.
- Pick up is offered from Lisbon. Your can arrange your pick up location and time by using the contact information on your ticket.
- Infants must not sit on laps
- No public transportation nearby
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Pick up is offered from anywhere in or near Lisbon. Your can arrange your pick up location and time by using the contact information on your ticket.
- Cancel 24 hours before the start of the activity and you will get a full refund.
What will you do?
Sanctuary of Fatima
1. Sanctuary of Fatima: One of the most important religious sites in Portugal, the Sanctuary of Fatima is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and attracts millions of visitors every year. It is said to be the site of multiple apparitions of the Virgin Mary to three young shepherds in 1917.
Village of Valinhos
Village of Valinhos: This small village is located near the Sanctuary of Fatima and is believed to be the site of another apparition of the Virgin Mary to the three young shepherds in 1917.
A charming town famous for the Monastery of Batalha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The monastery is a magnificent example of Gothic architecture, and it was built to commemorate the Portuguese victory at the Battle of Aljubarrota in 1385.
A picturesque seaside town known for its giant waves that attract surfers from around the world. It is also home to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Nazareth, a popular pilgrimage site.
A quaint medieval village known for its narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and colorful flowers. The town is surrounded by a fortified wall, and it is famous for its cherry liquor, Ginja.