The Tagus Route
Lisbon to Fátima | 143 km | 5 days
It is part of a geocultural space marked by the Tagus river and by the complex natural, social and cultural system associated with this great waterway that crosses Portugal. A part of the Way has the river for horizon and advances through the serene landscape of the Lezíria plains. Another part continues along the plateaus, mountains and valleys of the limestone massif of the Serras de Aire and Candeeiros, the ancestral and characteristic territory of transition between the river system of the Tagus and the Atlantic coast. This Way is a true cultural and spiritual itinerary of knowledge, encounter, experiences and sharing. The pleasure of new discoveries is always on the horizon, including landscape, heritage and community.