This city located North of Lisbon, carries all its visitors, regardless of their religion, to a unique atmosphere of devotion and contemplation.
Here you will find warm and friendly people, handicrafts, a unique surrounding and of course great gastronomy. Get to know more!
It was in this city that, allegedly, the three shepherds witnessed the apparition of Our Lady on 13th May 1917. In addition to places of worship: the Shrine, Basilica or Chapel of the Apparitions you may also like to visit the Museum of wax or the Caves.
Place where you can find the image of Our Lady and that marks the exact spot where was the small holm oak on which Our Lady appeared to the shepherds.
Place worth visiting for the richness of peace of mind and reflection that it offers.
Marto’s Family House and Lúcia’s House.
Portrays the whole story of Fatima, with wax figures properly framed in the ethnography of the time of the apparitions in 1917.
Unique museum about the life of Christ.
Date back to the Jurassic period it has a visitable extension of 350 meters reaching up during the visit, a depth of 45 meters.
In addition to the religious environment, Fátima also stands out for its privileged location in the heart of the Aire’s mountain range and is therefore a great area for open-air activities.
Every day masses are held in the Sanctuary and the basilicas, so you can whenever you want to participate in this manifestation of faith.
There are tracks already tested for hiking or biking. You can choose to do it with a sense of pilgrimage or just for fun.
The equestrian centers in the region are prepared to provide you with a casual ridel, enjoying the local scenery.
Fátima has a cuisine with strong influences of rural life and agriculture – one of the sources of income for the local people.
Roasted over a wood fire.
Typical dish of the region, especially the famous 'Morcela' with rice.
You can find various brands of olive oil in region, great region to use in the most varied dishes.
This region offers you a variety of places to visit from monuments, landscapes, caves, spas, beaches… and is located less than 150 km from Lisbon!
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