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Castelo de Óbidos

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April 13, 2016
Cobblestone streets, walled city, filled with shopping and views of the countryside from the top of the walls. Wear shoes with good tread as the walls can be uneven and at times slippery. Restaurants are overpriced, but stop at the bakery on the right directly before the entrance to the walls. It…
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Our Family Homes
November 1, 2017
Amazing town with loads of history and just a few minutes away!
Dora E Tiago
Dora E Tiago
August 25, 2019
The medieval village of Óbidos is one of the most picturesque and well preserved in Portugal. Within the walls, we find a well-preserved castle and a maze of streets and white houses that delight those who wander around. Among Manueline porticoes, flowered windows and small wide, there are several…
Sch Holiday
Sch Holiday
July 27, 2018
Great Castle walled town of Obidos. Great for the whole family. Walk on the castle walls. A Great aftenoon or morning outing!
August 7, 2017
Picturesque town on the top of a hill with castle and its walls that you can climb, sometimes you might be lucky and catch a medieval festival, that looks super real. Home to delicious restaurants and the motherland of Ginja, a sweet liquor made of cherry, that the town is famous for!
June 6, 2016
Vila medieval, muito bem conservada e com vários pontos de interesse.
August 26, 2019
Medieval Castle, with a village around with gift shops, old fashion bakeries and nice views around
July 10, 2016
De 14 de Julho a 7 de Agosto decorre a Feira Medieval.

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Óbidos Municipality, Leiria District 2510