In this museum you will be able to observe the episodes of the Miracle of Fátima, the history of the visionaries of Fátima and the most important historical events, their characters, 32 scenes, 120 figures all composed in wax.
In this cave you can explore the interior and discover its beauty, with galleries filled with numerous limestone formations.
The cave has a visitable length of 350 meters and a depth of 45 meters below the entrance level.
Batalha Monastery is only 10/15 minutes from Fátima and is in the Top 10 most visited monuments in Portugal. It's worth the visit!
The place where Our Lady of Fátima appeared to the little shepherds is a reference point in any visit to Fátima.
BASÍLICA DE NOSSA SENHORA DO ROSÁRIO
This basilica was built in the place where the little shepherds played when they saw the light that changed their lives.
BASÍLICA DA SANTÍSSIMA TRINDADE
This basilica was built due to the need to house the pilgrims in its entirety, as the Basilica of N. Senhora do Rosário was no longer large enough. With a capacity for 8,633 seats, it is of a unique grandeur.
Don't miss the opportunity to get to know Fátima from the center.
Sopas de Verde have Arab origins, known as Tharid, similar to our regional soups, as they are made from crumbed bread soaked in meat broth boiled with aromatic herbs, namely mint.
A very popular product: chícharos (a vegetable very similar to the lupines, in its shape, although wrinkled, while the lupines are smooth) accompanied by roasted cod.
The Medieval Wine of Ourém has its origins in the foundation of Portugal, when D. Afonso Henriques celebrated with the Monks of Cister, also known as farming monks, several agreements, giving them land to be cultivated. Due to their influence throughout the region, these monks have transmitted their method of wine production to Oureenses.