A Cistercian Abbey, the oldest in the area,where the tombs of the most famous lovers of Portugal are located – Dom Pedro I and Inês de Castro, a masterpiece of gravestone monuments. Batalha - Monastery, built in honor of the victory in the war against Castela, in the XIV century, struck by its grandeur from the outside and ease of stone lace from the inside.
Next stop is Nazaré - once a small fishing village and now - a city famous for not only fishing, but also for the wonderful beaches, wonderful food and unique local folk costumes.
Lunch is to be served at a typical fish restaurant on the Nazaré beach. Next stop; visit the medieval town of Óbidos.
Óbidos is one of the "fabulous" cities of Portugal. Inside the city wall from the main gate to the castle, are a few shopping streets with traditional low-rise houses, twined with roses and wisteria. Outside the gates of the castle the towns’ people organize jousting tournaments, a chocolate festival, and before Christmas a real Santa Claus town is built.