Fátima

With its origins deep in history, it was during the Arabian occupation that this settlement developed and was named. According to legend, during the Christian Reconquest, the Templar knight Gonçalo Hermingues, also known as Bringer-of-Moors, fell in love with Fátima, a Moor captured in the course of an ambush.

Find out more

Fátima: with the world at its feet

Fátima is one of the most spectacular religious sanctuaries of the world, a place of tranquility and the meeting point of Christians, Catholics, Protestants, Orthodoxs, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and agnostics from the four corners of the world. Discover the history of this enchanting place of confinement and inner peace, as well as its most

Find out more

Portuguese Judaism today: Belmonte, the Jewish nation

Belmonte is, perhaps, the Portuguese town with the strongest Jewish presence and it stands out because it was a unique case, within the Iberian Peninsula, where Hebrew culture and tradition have lasted since the early 16th century until today.

Find out more

Belmonte Jewish Museum

Central Portugal’s Museums are waiting for you all year long! Today we will show you Belmonte Jewish Museum, which a major success case. In less than 2 years it has already been visited by over 16.000 people.

Find out more