Aljustrel, Fátima

Enter your dates to find available activities

Aljustrel, Fátima: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

    1. Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

    Discover Fatima, also known as the Altar of the World, on this private tour with a guide. Explore the places where the apparitions of the Angel of Peace took place and see other sacred locations in the town, too. After leaving Lisbon with your guide, head over to Loca do Cabeço where the first and third Apparitions of the Angel of Peace occurred. Then, drop by the Arneiro well, the location of the second apparition in 1916. Proceed to the house of San Francisco and Saint Jacinta and the house of Sister Lucia, both open for pilgrim visits. 1 kilometer from Aljustrel and 2 kilometers from the Sanctuary, you will find the Parish Church of Fatima, where the seers were baptized and integrated into the Christian community. Continue on to Cova de Iria, where the sanctuary's place of prayers and monuments are located. Then, visit the Chapel of the Apparitions, the exact location of the appari...

  • Full-Day Fátima Tour from Lisbon

    2. Full-Day Fátima Tour from Lisbon

    Take a full-day, multi-city tour that brings you to some of Portugal's most popular medieval and 20th-century architectural and religious marvels, beginning in Lisbon and ending in Fátima. Depart from Lisbon by bus at 9:00 and head to Óbidos, the 'wedding present town'. This is the town that King Dinis gave to his bride, Queen Isabel, on their wedding day in 1282. This romantic village is surrounded by the 45-foot-high walls of a medieval Moorish castle, the famous Pousada do Castelo. Stop for lunch in colorful Nazaré, a traditional Portuguese fishing village. If time permits, head to Sítio to enjoy a beautiful view of the beach and ocean. Then, kick off the afternoon with a trip to Batalha Monastery, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, with beautiful stained-glass windows and the Manueline-style Royal Cloister. Arrive at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima, a center of Catholic faith...

    This tour was very interesting, beautiful. The tour guide did not interpret everything into English that she did into other languages. The tour could’ve been shorter. We spent a lot of time that was not necessary especially at our last stop where are most everything was closed

  • From Lisbon: Half-Day Fátima Tour

    3. From Lisbon: Half-Day Fátima Tour

    Explore the phenomenon of Our Lady of Fátima on a half-day tour of the shrine to the Virgin Mary. Stroll around the grounds of the sanctuary on arrival to see monuments dedicated to the sightings of Mary in 1916 and 1917. Visit the Chapel of the Apparitions that marks the most precise spot where the sightings happened and admire the stone and marble Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary and the Most Holy Trinity Basilica, built in 2007. Go to the town of Aljustrel to see where the 3 shepherd children who saw Mary lived. Marvel at faithful reconstructions of scenes from the story using old objects such as family photographs, clothes, kitchen utensils and furniture. Itinerary: 9:00 AM - Depart from Lisbon  10:30 AM to 11:10 AM - Guided visit of the 3 shepherds old houses 11:20 AM - Arrival at Fátima Sanctuary (free time to attend mass, purchase souvenirs and explore the area)  1:00 PM - Re...

    Compact timetable and interesting storytelling with humor. Overall, well-organized. Thank you!

  • Lisbon: Full-Day Private Guided Tour to Fátima

    4. Lisbon: Full-Day Private Guided Tour to Fátima

    Experience the rich heritage and stunning countryside of Portugal on a private guided trip to Fátima from Lisbon. Start the tour with a transfer to Fátima where you will arrive around 11:00 AM. Fatima is known throughout the world as the location of the apparition of the Virgin Mary in 1917. After your arrival at the Shrine of Fatima in Cova da Iria, visit the Chapel of the Apparitions which marks the most precise spot where the sightings happened. Then, follow your guide to admire the Rosary Basilica and the Church of Holy Trinity. Here, you can even attend mass in the Sanctuary or light a candle if you desire. Continue the tour to the town of Aljustrel to visit the houses of the 3 children who were witness to this apparition  Hear stories about Lúcia, Jacinta, and Francisco and learn about life at the beginning of the 20th century. Then, head over to Valinhos to take a walk through th...

  • Lisbon: Fatima Half-Day Private Tour

    5. Lisbon: Fatima Half-Day Private Tour

    Explore Fatima as a pilgrim with a guide on a half-day tour from your hotel in Lisbon. Attend a Rosary at the Chapel of the Apparitions and visit the Houses of the three Shepherd Children. Go on a journey of personal discovery at the Sanctuary of Fátima. Stop at the factory shop to buy a rosary or have a coffee (optional), and hear the story of the apparitions from your guide, going through places of worship and memory. Light a candle, attend a Rosary and take some time for personal discovery. Hop back in the vehicle and continue onward to the little town of Aljustrel, where your guide takes you to the Houses of the Seers, an incredible testimony of the living conditions of that time. After discovering one of the most important Christian pilgrimage sites in the world, board the van back to your hotel in Lisbon.

Other Sightseeing Options in Aljustrel, Fátima

Want to discover all there is to do in Aljustrel, Fátima? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Aljustrel, Fátima

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 372 reviews

This journey is a photoshot of the cultural heritage of three significant places, the medieval town of Óbidos, the magnificent monastic gothic church at Batalha, the basilica at Fátima and the original houses where the visionaries were born and lived. As an added extra, the tour visits the seaside town of Nazaré for a short photo opportunity. The tour achieves all this and includes a recommended optional lunch in Fátima. This tour is a perfect opportunity to explore these places quickly within a day and with the exception of Óbidos where you can get distracted by shopping, ginja and food (all good distractions!), it allows enough time to visit each of the attractions sufficiently to enjoy & appreciate them. The tour, in my case was bilingual but did not detract from the enjoyment or value of it. It is well thought out & as a result comes highly recommended.

Our tour guide was very acomodating ragarding the lenguage we spoke Also he was very informative about our tour and the history of Portugal.

Very good tour, it was quite informative with a great guide, delicious lunch and wonderful sights all around. Highly recommended.

Compact timetable and interesting storytelling with humor. Overall, well-organized. Thank you!

Amazing tour. Friendly and communicative guide. Highly recommend.