The Caminhos de Santiago that cross Portugal from south to north have been followed by pilgrims for centuries.
The Shrine at Fátima is one of the most important landmarks in the Marian cult, drawing pilgrims from all over the world.The location of the Shrine of Fátima, at Cova da Iria, had until 1917 been an unknown place
Set out on a journey of discovery through towns, cities and villages, of a heritage rich in memories evoking the Jewish presence in Portugal. Although there are some earlier references, it was between the 5th and 15th centuries t
Venerated in various ways over time, the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, is a constant presence in Catholic religious expressions in Portugal.