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REGIÃO OESTE by wonderfuldreams.tk 18/06/2021 - 27/06/2021 Região Oeste in Blogger More… Região Oeste

Obidos - Evolutee Hotel - Royal

Óbidos Spa & Golf Resort

The Evolutee Hotel at the Royal Óbidos Spa & Golf Resort provided us with a unique and unforgettable experience. A 5-star boutique hotel with excellent service and perfectly positioned, the Evolutee Hotel offers inspiring views over the golf course and the Atlantic Ocean. The indoor and outdoor pools have a magnificent setting.

Obidos Village

The medieval village of Óbidos is one of the most picturesque and well preserved in Portugal. Within the walls, we find a well- preserved castle and a labyrinth of streets and white houses that enchant those who walk there. Among Manueline porticos, flowered windows and small squares, there are several reasons to visit, good examples of the religious and civil architecture of the village's heyday.

Caldas da Rainha - Park Dom Carlos I

Located in the beautiful city of Caldas da Rainha, Parque D. Carlos I is a beautiful romantic garden from the 19th century, right in the historic center of the city. The Park is endowed with the most varied structures such as a lake, tennis court, bandstand, tea house and esplanade, with various works of sculpture throughout its area, also giving access to another of the biggest points of interest in Caldas: the José Malhoa Museum.

Tomar - Convent of Christ

The Convent of Christ is a former Catholic convent in Tomar, Portugal. Originally a 12th- century Templar stronghold, when the order was dissolved in the 14th century the Portuguese branch was turned into the Knights of the Order of Christ, that later supported Portugal's maritime discoveries of the 15th century. The convent and castle complex is a historic and cultural monument and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.

Tomar - City Tour

Former headquarters of the Knights Templar, Tomar is a city of great charm, due to its artistic and cultural wealth. Parque do Mouchão is a cool place, where you can see the Roda do Mouchão, a wooden hydraulic wheel. Finally, Praça da República with the Mother Church dedicated to São João Baptista.

Tomar - Castelo do Bode Dam

The Castelo do Bode dam is one of the most important Portuguese dams. It is located on the limits of the municipalities of Tomar and Abrantes in the district of Santarém and is one of the tallest buildings in Portugal.

Praia do Ribatejo - Almourol Castle

Situated on an island in the middle of the River Tagus, Almourol is one of the most distinctive castles in Portugal, because of its historical significance and surrounding landscape. Its history reminds us of the Reconquest of the Portuguese territory during the Middle Ages.

Batalha - Monastery of Batalha

The Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitória, also known as the Monastery of Batalha, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful works of Portuguese and European architecture. This exceptional architectural ensemble resulted from the fulfillment of a promise made by King D. João I, in gratitude for the victory in Aljubarrota, a battle fought on August 14, 1385, which assured him the throne and guaranteed independence from Portugal.

Batalha - Boutaca Bridge

The Boutaca Bridge was built in 1862 over the Ribeira de Calvaria, close to the Monastery of Batalha, forming part of the old Royal Road that linked Lisbon to Porto. Featuring a neo-gothic model, the bridge consists of a straight deck, resting on six broken arches interspersed by buttresses. The bridge's railing is decorated by railings and pinnacles, placed on top of the buttresses.

Fátima - Sanctuary

The Sanctuary of Fátima is one of the greatest references of the Marian cult, to which pilgrims from all over the world come. The place where the Sanctuary of Fátima is located, Cova da Iria, was until 1917 an unknown place in the municipality of Ourém, in the parish of Fátima. That year, a religious event changed its history and importance forever, when three shepherd children, Jacinta, her brother Francisco and her cousin Lúcia, witnessed successive apparitions of Nossa Senhora do Rosário.

Praia do Bom Sucesso (Beach)

Praia do Bom Sucesso, also known as Praia do Vau, is located between the sea and Lagoa de Óbidos, where the waters of the river and the sea come together. The sand takes on an unusual shape when coming from the east to the bar of the lagoon, where it becomes wider and goes around the cliff, continuing south for about 1 km.
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Peniche - Baleal

Baleal is a small peninsula located north of Peniche, in the West region of Portugal, separated from the mainland by a tombolo, forming a beach of fine white sand. In the continuity of the peninsula there is, to the south, the islet of Terra, and to the north, the island of Pombas and the islet of Fora. The Baleal inherited this appellation due to the great fishing of whales and tuna in the past.
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Peniche - Papôa

In the vicinity of Peniche there is a volcanic breccia, known as Ilhéu da Papoa. This rock formation is a popular fishing spot, as well as offering beautiful views of the sea. It is also a popular spot for watching seabirds.

Miradouro da Cruz dos Remédios


Visit to the Miradouro da Cruz dos Remedies with its impressive rock formations and then to the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora dos Remédios.

Peniche - Miradouro Cabo Carvoeiro


Cabo Carvoeiro is located at the western end of the Peniche peninsula, in an area of great scenic beauty due to the curious geological formations that the sea has sculpted over time, such as the Nau dos Corvos, a huge rock whose shape reminds one of a large half-sunken vessel.

Bombarral - Bacalhôa Buddha Eden

The impressive Bacalhôa Buddha Eden has about 35 hectares with buddhas, pagodas, terracotta statues (about 600 hand-painted soldiers) and several sculptures carefully placed among the vegetation. In the central lake it is possible to observe the KOI fish, and carved dragons that rise from the water. It also has a Modern and Contemporary Sculpture garden and an African Sculpture art garden that is dedicated to the Shona people of Zimbabwe.

Nazaré - Miradouro da Pederneira


Located in a forested area, a few kilometers inland, it offers an unparalleled panorama, as it dominates both the green area of Pinhal de Leiria, the houses of Nazaré, the Sítio and the coastline.
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Nazaré - Farol (Lighthouse)

The Nazaré Lighthouse is one of the most iconic points of this village, as it forms part of its history and attracts thousands of tourists every year. To get there, we go down Estrada do Farol, passing the sculpture of a surfer with a deer's head, which pays homage to the famous Legend of Nazaré. From the lighthouse we can enjoy unique views and admire the most gigantic waves that form in Praia do Norte.

Nazaré - Miradouro do Suberco


The best-known viewpoint in Nazaré, located in Sítio, in the place called Promontório. This rock formation rises abruptly from the beach of Nazaré, and is the plateau where the Sítio da Nazaré is located, reaching a maximum height of 110 meters. This viewpoint offers one of the most beautiful views of the sea in the country, being a perfect place to watch the sunrise or sunset.

Alcobaça - Monastery

The foundation of the Abbey of Santa Maria de Alcobaça and the respective Charter of Couto date from April 8, 1153. The importance of the Monastery of Alcobaça evolved in a cultural, religious and ideological growth. Its monumentality is all the more evident the more limpid and austere its architecture is. It is, moreover, the first essay on Gothic architecture in Portugal.

São Martinho do Porto - Miradouro

do Facho

São Martinho do Porto has several viewpoints that allow a privileged view over the bay, allowing you to capture beautiful images. From the Facho Viewpoint it is still possible to see Praia da Gralha.

São Martinho do Porto - Miradouro

do Cruzeiro

From the top of the Cruzeiro viewpoint you can admire the beautiful view over the beautiful Bay of São Martinho do Porto, with the typical yellow trawlers and all the extensive sand.

São Martinho do Porto - Miradouro

São Martinho do Porto

From this elevation it is possible to see the entire bay of São Martinho do Porto, a geographic accident that, due to its perfect shell shape, is unique in the country and in Europe. It has three kilometers of sand and a bar with 250 meters of opening, between the Morros de Santana to the south and the Farol to the north.

São Martinho do Porto - Walking


The bay of São Martinho do Porto appears with the progressive silting of the old lagoon, being nowadays, a beach of distinct beauty in the shape of a shell. The Atlantic Ocean flows between the Farol and Sant’Ana Hills. Today it is a place for family walks, par excellence, with a promenade that runs along the entire beach. The area is very lively during the bathing season.

São Martinho do Porto - Praia de

Salir do Porto

Praia de Salir do Porto belongs to the mouth of the Rio Tornada or Rio Salir on the south bank. The very extensive sand is wider in the south and narrows as you go north. This beach is known for its huge dune, about 50 meters high, the highest in Portugal.

Foz do Arelho - Passadiços da Foz do


The footbridges of Foz do Arelho are only 800m long, but their location on the cliffs north of Lagoa de Óbidos and the beach at Foz do Arelho makes this a pedestrian route not to be missed by anyone visiting the region.

Rio Maior - Salinas Naturais

The Salinas de Rio Maior are located about 3 km from the city center and are located in a valley at the foot of the Serra dos Candeeiros, in the heart of the Serras de Aire e Candeeiros Natural Park. Classified as a Property of Public Interest since December 1997, these are the only inland salt pans in Portugal, and the only ones that are fully operational in Europe.
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Porto de Mós - Lagoas do Arrimal

Surrounded by nature, these waters create an interesting and inviting landscape. The ponds result from the formation of small shallow depressions that allow rainwater to accumulate. Along its length, and along the main street of the parish, there are small limestone wells. The Grande Lagoa is located next to Arrabal and gathers water flows from Vale de Espinho. Close to Rossio is the Small Lagoon that gathers waters from Mendiga.

Porto de Mós - Castelo de Porto de


External visit to Porto de Mós Castle, an architectural work with unique characteristics, from where it is possible to obtain a privileged view over the entire surrounding area.

Porto de Mós - Grutas de Alvados

The Alvados Caves have a uniqueness that sets them apart. Its natural and harmonious presentation shows its visitors rich galleries and natural lakes of unique beauty. But it is its corridor-shaped route and the continuous “wells” of unusual height that make it up, which lead specialists, and the public in general, to consider this cave as one of the most characteristic of the Iberian Peninsula.

Porto de Mós - Grutas de Santo


The Santo António Caves were occasionally discovered on June 2, 1955 by two men working near Pedra do Altar. Thus, they discovered the last tourist cave in the county, which occupies an area of approximately 6,000 m2. Its largest room measures 80m x 50m and the maximum height is 43 meters.

Salvaterra de Magos - Escaroupim

Escaroupim is a typical fishing village, formed in the mid-1930s by fishermen from Praia da Vieira (Marinha Grande). The dwellings are made of wood, painted in bright colors and laid on piles, in order to be protected from the frequent floods of the river. The peculiarity of its houses extends to its fishing boats, also made of wood and painted in bright colors.

Santarém - Jardim das Portas do Sol

It occupies the primitive walled area of Santarém (citadel or Alcáçova), having its current function the result of a project by João Fagundo da Silva (1882), completed in 1936. Today, a panoramic balcony over the Tagus and the extensive Lezíria, it is the living room and one of the busiest spaces in the city.