Situated between two beautiful stretches of golden sand, Nazaré is the most sheltered harbour to the north of Lisbon, without its bar ever having silted up. It has berths for 52 boats up to 25 metres in length and with draughts of less than 4 metres.
In addition to the usual facilities, another useful service is the information provided to tourists about this fishing port, where the local inhabitants wear typically picturesque regional costumes. No visitor can leave the area without taking a trip up to O Sítio, a panoramic promontory overlooking the town, where is worth visiting the old parish church, dating from the C14th but rebuilt in the C17th.
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