The medieval village of Obidos is one of the most picturesque and well preserved in Portugal.
Already occupied before the Romans arrived in the Iberian Peninsula, the village became more prosperous from the moment it was chosen by the royal family.
Since the king D. Dinis offered it to his wife D. Isabel, in the century XIII, belonged to the House of the Queens who, throughout the various dynasties, benefited from and enriched it. It is one of the main reasons for finding so many churches in this small town.
Within walls, we find a well-preserved castle and a labyrinth of streets and white houses that enchant those who walk there.
Among Manueline porticoes, flowery windows and small ladders, there are several reasons to visit, good examples of the religious and civil architecture of the golden ages of the village.