Big Waves + Thalasso
Available from 15.10.2016 to 31.03.2017 (Except Festive Dates)
come see the giant waves of nazaré, its historic surroundings and enjoy relaxing in a perfect harmony with the sea.
- Accommodation with Breakfast
- Tickets to Visit Forte S. Miguel (The Lighthouse)
- Thalasso Circuit
- One Vehicle (to receive and deliver at The Lisbon Airport)
- Offer of 3D Model "The Mystery of The Nazaré Wave"
Forte de São Miguel (The Lighthouse)
A visit to Forte São Miguel (The Lighthouse) is like turning the pages of a huge book of memories and stories that are part of
the imaginary and the past of the Nazarene people.
The Forte São Miguel (The Lighthouse) survived to the Napoleonic invasions, where they took refuge enemy soldiers who fought against the population of the "Sítio" and "Pederneira". The invaders were only expelled from our country in 1811, becoming this monument a landmark of popular revolt and autonomy of the Nazarenes.
Today framed with the Nazaré Canyon and the Giant Waves of Nazaré, the Forte São Miguel (The Lighthouse) is an important milestone and one of the must-visit points in Nazaré.
Thalasso Portugal is sophisticated center that uses therapeutic qualities of seawater to provide health care, wellness and beauty.
The center collects water from the sea 300 meters bellow, with influence of the sea air rich in iodine, known in Portugal for healing rheumatic diseases and respiratory problems.
The sea water is heated, no additives, and constant renewal for treatments by a team of profissionals.
There are several types of treatments like, respiratory, circulatory, rheumatism, skeletal, psoriasis, dermatological, neurological as well as beauty treatments, anti-aging, anti-stress, weight loss, among others.
3D Model - "The Mystery of The Nazaré Wave"
Offer of 3d model of The North Canyon of Nazaré entitled "The Mystery of The Nazaré Wave".
Understand in a simple and practical way the whole process leading to the formation of the world-famous giant wave of Nazaré.
Reproduction with the permission of the Hydrographic Institute.