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Do not make the mistake of trying to drive through this medieval town! The streets are very narrow, it better to walk to the ruins of the castle above. It is very pretty, with very narrow streets and very few tourists.
This medieval town is very similar to the village of St Paul de Venice in France, which is totally packed all year round.
In contrast, there are very few people around in Ourem.
Lovely place to potter around and outstanding views!
Apart from the Castle at the top of the hill, the small village is very nice to walk around, we were on a windy and cloudy day, but it allowed us to enjoy the views from top, also is not so far from Fatima, it...More
This seems to be a very unspoiled and charming little town.very quiet, peaceful & serene. We enjoyed walking around and up to the castle - not a hard walk and the pousada there is really beautiful and the restaurant is fabulous as well. It wasn't...More
We drove around the town prior to going to the Ourem castle and then stopped in town and walked around when we returned from the castle. Perhaps we didn't enjoy it as much as we could have since we were recovering from our harrowing trip...More
This town is beautiful. The day we were there there weren't many people around which was lovely. We walked up to the castle and around the small roads. It was so peaceful and calm. The views were great and the sunny was shining. I would...More
This is Mediaval Village in the center of Portugal that provide will provide you with great opportunities to discover a little more of this ancient times in Portugal.
Lot of walking is necessary to see it all. Don't miss it in your road trip.
The medieval town of Ourem is a nice place to walk and discover the area. next to the church you can have Ginjinha drink in chocolate small shot, it is a Portuguese liqueur made by infusing sour cherries. as well you can visit the old...More
This is the most stunning and picture perfect little town I have probably ever been to!
We were staying in Leiria and we visited Ourem as our friends got married in the church there. The church itself is a beautiful building with stunning architecture and...More
Built below the main castle the streets are posted one way and passable with a car with extreme caution one exit has you pass through an archway barely passable in a Fiat 500,White washed close together and tree lined,well groomed residences and happy locals,a very...More