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Nazare is one of the most beautiful beaches in the region. Nazare is now famous for its giant waves, as the biggest wave ever surfed, was surfed there.
Famous for its huge Atlantic rollers and the biggest recorded wave ever surfed: 78 feet in 2011!!!! Legendary.
Go and see the place where the biggest waves ever surfed can be found. The town local town is now very famous and is always busy. There are many great restaurants and local attractions to visit. Take the funicular railway from the town to the cliff tops and walk down to the lighthouse to see where…
Nazare beach, site of the largest wave ever surfed on Big Sunday (look it up on youtube), is a nice beach town with an old funicular railway up the hill. Can easily be combined with a trip to Alcobaca.
Tutustu maamerkkiin Nazaré Airbnb-elämyksissä
Tutustu tähän ikoniseen maamerkkiin Airbnb-elämyksissä eli paikallisten ohjaamissa pienryhmäaktiviteeteissa
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“The Mosteiro de Alcobaça is an imposing and grand monastery complex, and is one of the finest examples of early Gothic architecture in Portugal. The mighty church was commissioned by King Afonso Henriques in 1153 to demonstrate the power of the new ruling dynasty, after the Christian Crusades drove the Moors from central Portugal.”
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“This Gothic Monastery is one of Portugal's most extraordinary historical constructions.”
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“Enjoy the beach during the day and a drink as night comes. If your not a fan of crowds, you can easily walk south and enjoy the privacy of the beach to yourself.”
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“Stunning underground caves in Central Portugal. Go to see the dinosaur footprints also nearby.”
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“Historically, Obidos was presented to the Queen of Portugal on her wedding day, a tradition that began with Queen Urraca in 1214 and continued until the 19th century. This royal patronage has left an enduring legacy of pride within the town, and today it is one of the most characterful towns of central Portugal. For visitors, Obidos is a charming town to explore; there are narrow-cobbled streets, traditional painted houses, and an imposing medieval castle. Obidos may be just a small town, but there is no better example of a traditional Portuguese town than Obidos. The best method to travel to Obidos from Lisbon is by the express bus. The bus service departs from Campo Grande bus station, which is located on the green and yellow metro line. The journey takes 1 hour ”
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