Leaving the hotel we´ll head to Alcobaça with its mighty monastery, national symbol, associated to the religious order of Cister, inside we can find the tombs of D. Pedro and D. Inês, the protagonists of the most known portuguese love story.
After we´ll do a break for lunch in the fisherman’s town of Nazaré, which we can trace its name to the legend of Nazareth, and the Virgin Mary cult.
Nowadays, Nazaré is a highly sort out place by millions of tourists that visit it every year, being the beach, the local handcraft and the gastronomy the must do and see. ( More recently it as also become known for for the surfing of a giant tiddle wave of 35 mt by Garreth Mcnamara)
Now we go visit Batalha, which had its origin due to the monastery of our Lady of Vitoria, a Dominican religious order monastery, ordered by D. João I in 1386 because f a promise to our Lady. It´s one of the most significant buildings of the flamboyant gothic architecture or otherwise known as late gothic.
Inside we have most important collections of stained glasses, the tombs of the second portuguese dynasty and the unfinished chapels.
Ending in Fatima for overnight