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Atlantic Portugal

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Peniche is a Portuguese city in the center region along the Atlantic Ocean. A city that is well worth knowing and discovering
Fortress of Peniche

Forte de Peniche, Portugal

This Fort was ordered to be built by King D. John III in 1557 and was completed in the reign of D. John IV in 1645, who considered it as the main key of the Kingdom by the defensive force it provided to the kingdom. In addition to defense this fortress was used innumerable ways supporting the historical needs of home period. It currently houses the Municipal Museum.
Municipal Museum of Peniche
The Municipal Museum of Peniche is considered a reference in the Portuguese museological program, being located in the interior of the Peniche Fortress. The museum was inaugurated in 1984 after a political prison closed in 1974. It is a generic museum with several collections related to the anti-fascist Resistance, and collections of Archeology, History and Loca Ethnography
Lighthouse Cabo Carvoeiro
Cape Carvoeiro is one of the most sought after places due to its stunning sight-seeing landscape, situated at the western end of the Peniche Peninsula. From this point we can see the Nau dos Corvos (one of the most famous rocks in the city), the imposing Peniche lighthouse (opened in 1790 and one of the oldest in Portugal) and the Berlengas Archipelago.
Baleal is a small peninsula (many years ago it was an island)
Óbidos is a village that dates back to medieval times, being one of the most picturesque of well preserved in Portugal. Within the walls there is a very well-preserved Castle, a maze of streets and white houses such as small lakes. We managed to find examples of the religious and civil architecture of the golden ages of life only good reasons to visit the village without forgetting to taste the famous ginja of Óbidos
Castle of Óbidos
The castle Obidos is one of the oldest castles in Portugal, having no precise date of its construction, it is believed that this castle would already exist when the Romans conquered, what is today the Iberian Peninsula. Having become a Portuguese castle in 1148 when D. Afonso Henriques (1st King of Portugal) conquered the area of Santarém
Nazaré is a typical fishing village considered as the most typical beach in Portugal, enchanting every visitor by its natural beauty and its magnificent landscapes. Fantastic gastronomy with most of the flavors coming from the sea. A village that is currently very touristy and very connected to water sports and Surfing is the most important and sounding, embracing immense Surfing events at a global level.
Miradouro do Suberco
This viewpoint offers one of the most beautiful views of the sea of Portugal, being a Breathtaking place to watch the sunset. Here you get excellent panoramic views over Praia de Banhos and the entire area of Praia da Nazaré.
Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora da Nazaré
The Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora de Nazaré is the first sanctuary of Portugal, was command to build in 1377 by King D. Fernando. It was built with the purpose of hosting the sacred image of Nossa Senhora de Nazaré oughout the reigns several kings enlarged and remodeled it, the current exterior aspect dates from the last reform of 1691 that was the construction of the two high bell towers in baroque style.
Fort of São Miguel Arcanjo
The Fort of São Miguel Arcanjo, also known by Forte do Morro da Nazaré, we can find one of the most enigmatic views of the village. Much sought after by fans of giant waves, achieving a privileged place. This Fort was ordered built by D. Sebastiao in 1577, with the defensive end on the pirate attacks that invested on the coast. In 1991/1992 began a new remodeling and the transformation to a Lighthouse still in operation in our days.




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