PLACES TO VISIT

PLACES TO VISIT

PLACES TO VISIT

We put some information here in the councils of the Silver Coast, we hope this is useful.

Alcobaça: Just 100 km north of Lisbon, the small town of Alcobaça is a charming tourist center. Everyone surrenders to the magnificent Monastery of Santa Maria de Alcobaça, dating from the 12th century, one of the memorable UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Portugal.

São Martinho do Porto: It is a nice village in a beautiful and calm bay. This bay is a shell-shaped lagoon. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by a small passageway between the hills.

Batalha: A small town in the middle of the hills of the Leiria area, Batalha has only become a place of importance for the construction of its magnificent monastery, now honored with UNESCO World Heritage status.

Bombarral: The municipality of Bombarral has as geographical limits several other districts: North of Óbidos, East of Caldas da Rainha, Southeast and South of Cadaval and Southwest of Lourinhã. The agricultural activity is an integral part of the ancestors that live in this territory.

Cadaval: Wine production is extremely important to the district economy, showing over the years its importance in the territory. Vast areas of vineyards that go along the slopes of the Montejunto Massif constitute the countryside.

Caldas da Rainha: It is a thermal city, founded at the end of the XV century by Queen D. Leonor. The tourist offer is also made up of the beautiful beach of Foz do Arelho, located at the confluence of Lagoa de Óbidos with the sea.

Lourinhã: Coastal region of the Western region, with about 18 km of coastline, breathtaking landscapes spread across the countryside and the beach, in a subtle balance of colors and shapes, where excellent viewpoints are located.

Óbidos: It is the classic Portuguese fortified city and is one of the most picturesque places in Portugal. Óbidos radiates the Portuguese charm, from the narrow cobbled streets, the picturesque houses, to the imposing medieval castle, which formerly guarded the region.

Peniche: Peniche and the sea are inseparable. It is one of the largest traditional fishing ports in Portugal and an important Atlantic center for maritime-tourist activities.

We put some information here in the councils of the Silver Coast, we hope this is useful.

Alcobaça: Just 100 km north of Lisbon, the small town of Alcobaça is

a charming tourist center. Everyone surrenders to the magnificent Monastery of Santa Maria de Alcobaça,

dating from the 12th century, one of the memorable UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Portugal.

São Martinho do Porto: It is a nice village in a beautiful and calm bay.

This bay is a shell-shaped lagoon. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean

by a small passageway between the hills.

Batalha: A small town in the middle of the hills of the Leiria area, Batalha has only become

a place of importance for the construction of its magnificent monastery,

now honored with UNESCO World Heritage status.

Bombarral: The municipality of Bombarral has as geographical limits several other districts: North of Óbidos,

East of Caldas da Rainha, Southeast and South of Cadaval and Southwest of Lourinhã.

The agricultural activity is an integral part of the ancestors that live in this territory.

Cadaval: Wine production is extremely important to the district economy, showing over the years

its importance in the territory. Vast areas of vineyards that go along the slopes

of the Montejunto Massif constitute the countryside.

Caldas da Rainha: It is a thermal city, founded at the end of the XV century by Queen D. Leonor.

The tourist offer is also made up of the beautiful beach of Foz do Arelho,

located at the confluence of Lagoa de Óbidos with the sea.

Lourinhã: Coastal region of the Western region, with about 18 km of coastline,

breathtaking landscapes spread across the countryside and the beach,

in a subtle balance of colors and shapes, where excellent viewpoints are located.

Óbidos: It is the classic Portuguese fortified city and is one of the most picturesque places in Portugal.

Óbidos radiates the Portuguese charm, from the narrow cobbled streets,

the picturesque houses, to the imposing medieval castle, which formerly guarded the region.

Peniche: Peniche and the sea are inseparable. It is one of the largest traditional fishing ports

in Portugal and an important Atlantic center for maritime-tourist activities.

We put some information here in the councils of the Silver Coast, we hope this is useful.

Alcobaça: Just 100 km north of Lisbon, the small town of Alcobaça is a charming tourist center. Everyone surrenders to the magnificent Monastery of Santa Maria de Alcobaça, dating from the 12th century, one of the memorable UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Portugal.

São Martinho do Porto: It is a nice village in a beautiful and calm bay. This bay is a shell-shaped lagoon. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by a small passageway between the hills.

Batalha: A small town in the middle of the hills of the Leiria area, Batalha has only become a place of importance for the construction of its magnificent monastery, now honored with UNESCO World Heritage status.

Bombarral: The municipality of Bombarral has as geographical limits several other districts: North of Óbidos, East of Caldas da Rainha, Southeast and South of Cadaval and Southwest of Lourinhã. The agricultural activity is an integral part of the ancestors that live in this territory.

Cadaval: Wine production is extremely important to the district economy, showing over the years its importance in the territory. Vast areas of vineyards that go along the slopes of the Montejunto Massif constitute the countryside.

Caldas da Rainha: It is a thermal city, founded at the end of the XV century by Queen D. Leonor. The tourist offer is also made up of the beautiful beach of Foz do Arelho, located at the confluence of Lagoa de Óbidos with the sea.

Lourinhã: Coastal region of the Western region, with about 18 km of coastline, breathtaking landscapes spread across the countryside and the beach, in a subtle balance of colors and shapes, where excellent viewpoints are located.

Óbidos: It is the classic Portuguese fortified city and is one of the most picturesque places in Portugal. Óbidos radiates the Portuguese charm, from the narrow cobbled streets, the picturesque houses, to the imposing medieval castle, which formerly guarded the region.

Peniche: Peniche and the sea are inseparable. It is one of the largest traditional fishing ports in Portugal and an important Atlantic center for maritime-tourist activities.

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