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Summary of the Caminho do Tejo (Lisbon - Fatima)

Rodrigo Cerqueira

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
3 French from St. Jean Pied Port, 3 Portuguese from Lisbon, 1 Portuguese from Porto, 1 Primitivo from Oviedo, 19 Lisbon - Fatima, 2 Porto - Fatima, 1 Coimbra - Fátima... Open the caminhos Nascente Fátima - Tomar, Poente Nazaré- Fátima, the north connection from Fátima to Ansião and Caminho Santiago central.
It is with great pleasure that in this day August 13, 2017, we publish a pdf document of 6 pages, with the summary of the Caminho do Tejo (Lisbon - Fatima) Part of the Caminho de Santiago from Lisbon to Santarém. This document compiled information on altimetry, steps, distances, places of supply, places to sleep, indices of effort and other useful information for the pilgrims to prepare a safe and calm pilgramige.
It can be downloaded at: http://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas/Caminho_do_Tejo.pdf
Only those who make the journey understand the importance of this information.
Consider supporting the Associação de Amigos dos Caminhos de Fátima.
This document was made by pilgrims, to be used free of charge by all pilgrims willingly. This document may not be sold, modified, copied, compiled, presented or used for any commercial purpose, without the permission of the Association of Friends of the Paths of Fatima.
Pilgrim Greetings
Rodrigo Cerqueira

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cj2003

wewalk.dk
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2013 to Finisterra
Camino Portuguese (Monacal) from Lisbon 2016
Impressive - well done! An absolutely usefull guide :)
 

jerby

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances-Finisterre 2013
Portugues 2017/18
Ingles 2018
It is with great pleasure that in this day August 13, 2017, we publish a pdf document of 6 pages, with the summary of the Caminho do Tejo (Lisbon - Fatima) Part of the Caminho de Santiago from Lisbon to Santarém. This document compiled information on altimetry, steps, distances, places of supply, places to sleep, indices of effort and other useful information for the pilgrims to prepare a safe and calm pilgramige.
It can be downloaded at: http://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas/Caminho_do_Tejo.pdf
Only those who make the journey understand the importance of this information.
Consider supporting the Associação de Amigos dos Caminhos de Fátima.
This document was made by pilgrims, to be used free of charge by all pilgrims willingly. This document may not be sold, modified, copied, compiled, presented or used for any commercial purpose, without the permission of the Association of Friends of the Paths of Fatima.
Pilgrim Greetings
Rodrigo Cerqueira

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Delighted to find this information today. Heading over to walk Lisbon to Santiago on October 2nd and is planning to visit Fatima on route, so this is perfect.
Just one question. Do I need 2 passports. One for Camino do Tejo and another for Lisbon to Santiago.
Thank you for all your hard work on our behalf.
 

Rodrigo Cerqueira

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Camino(s) past & future
3 French from St. Jean Pied Port, 3 Portuguese from Lisbon, 1 Portuguese from Porto, 1 Primitivo from Oviedo, 19 Lisbon - Fatima, 2 Porto - Fatima, 1 Coimbra - Fátima... Open the caminhos Nascente Fátima - Tomar, Poente Nazaré- Fátima, the north connection from Fátima to Ansião and Caminho Santiago central.
Jerby thanks for your kind words of support. If your final destination its Santiago you should take a pilgrim passport of Santiago. But if you also want to have the pilgrim passport for Fátima please enter our website http://www.caminho.com.pt/credencial_e.html and follow the instructions.
If you are planning to visit Fátima you also should visit Tomar. Its a beautiful Templar town and its the fastest way for you to return to the Caminho de Santiago from Fátima. You can connect two towns via the Caminho Nascente http://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas_e.html
Bom caminho Rodrigo Cerqueira

Delighted to find this information today. Heading over to walk Lisbon to Santiago on October 2nd and is planning to visit Fatima on route, so this is perfect.
Just one question. Do I need 2 passports. One for Camino do Tejo and another for Lisbon to Santiago.
Thank you for all your hard work on our behalf.
 

jerby

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances-Finisterre 2013
Portugues 2017/18
Ingles 2018
Rodrigo, thanks so much for your quick response. With this new information I may change my plans. After walking to Fatima I might get a bus to Nazare and then walk back to Tomar. Thanks again for all your help. I've also applied for the passport.
 

Rodrigo Cerqueira

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
3 French from St. Jean Pied Port, 3 Portuguese from Lisbon, 1 Portuguese from Porto, 1 Primitivo from Oviedo, 19 Lisbon - Fatima, 2 Porto - Fatima, 1 Coimbra - Fátima... Open the caminhos Nascente Fátima - Tomar, Poente Nazaré- Fátima, the north connection from Fátima to Ansião and Caminho Santiago central.
Rodrigo, thanks so much for your quick response. With this new information I may change my plans. After walking to Fatima I might get a bus to Nazare and then walk back to Tomar. Thanks again for all your help. I've also applied for the passport.
Hi Jerby
I'm happy that you decided to do the Caminhos Poente and Nascente.
The guide It's still under construction, ( sorry about all mistakes) this is a Beta version of the Caminho Poente Guide maybe it's useful to plan your Caminho http://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas/Caminho_poente.pdf
I wish you a good pilgrimage.
Rodrigo Cerqueira
 

jerby

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances-Finisterre 2013
Portugues 2017/18
Ingles 2018
Jerby thanks for your kind words of support. If your final destination its Santiago you should take a pilgrim passport of Santiago. But if you also want to have the pilgrim passport for Fátima please enter our website http://www.caminho.com.pt/credencial_e.html and follow the instructions.
If you are planning to visit Fátima you also should visit Tomar. Its a beautiful Templar town and its the fastest way for you to return to the Caminho de Santiago from Fátima. You can connect two towns via the Caminho Nascente http://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas_e.html
Bom caminho Rodrigo Cerqueira
Hi Rodrigo, one quick question. I am hoping to walk Lisbon to Fatima on October 2nd and on arrival in Fatima I hope to catch a bus to Nazare and stay overnight in the Lab hostel.
My question is, where do I find the first blue arrow to start my walk back to Fatima and on to Tomar?
On your guide you mention campismo do calhau but I can't seem to locate it. Is it called by another name? Thanks again for all your help. Really looking forward to getting on the road.
 

Rodrigo Cerqueira

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
3 French from St. Jean Pied Port, 3 Portuguese from Lisbon, 1 Portuguese from Porto, 1 Primitivo from Oviedo, 19 Lisbon - Fatima, 2 Porto - Fatima, 1 Coimbra - Fátima... Open the caminhos Nascente Fátima - Tomar, Poente Nazaré- Fátima, the north connection from Fátima to Ansião and Caminho Santiago central.
Hi Rodrigo, one quick question. I am hoping to walk Lisbon to Fatima on October 2nd and on arrival in Fatima I hope to catch a bus to Nazare and stay overnight in the Lab hostel.
My question is, where do I find the first blue arrow to start my walk back to Fatima and on to Tomar?
On your guide you mention campismo do calhau but I can't seem to locate it. Is it called by another name? Thanks again for all your help. Really looking forward to getting on the road.
Hi Jerby
You can find the first arrows close to church of "Sítio da Nazaré"
Please check on the google map on our website: http://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas_e.html

You can download our guide with detailed information about the Caminho Poente in our website http://www.caminho.com.pt/guias_e.html

Bom caminho.
Rodrigo Cerqueira
 

jerby

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances-Finisterre 2013
Portugues 2017/18
Ingles 2018

tinestrela

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Portuguese
Hi!
I'm new here and I was looking at this thread. Is there any way I can get the Caminho do Tejo guide? Me and my girlfriend are going to try and do it this summer :)

We found some information about a new starting point in Lisbon and also some debates about Ruta Carmelita and we are very confused. Is there anybody who can tell us how it really is? Is it hard to follow the arrows or are the paths "fighting"? :)

Thanks in advance for your help.

Regards,
Tine
 

Rodrigo Cerqueira

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
3 French from St. Jean Pied Port, 3 Portuguese from Lisbon, 1 Portuguese from Porto, 1 Primitivo from Oviedo, 19 Lisbon - Fatima, 2 Porto - Fatima, 1 Coimbra - Fátima... Open the caminhos Nascente Fátima - Tomar, Poente Nazaré- Fátima, the north connection from Fátima to Ansião and Caminho Santiago central.
Tine, you can fine detailed information about the Caminho do Tejo in: https://www.caminho.com.pt/mapas.html

About the Rota Carmelita, I just can give you a simple advice: if you are a pilgrim follow the arrows made by pilgrims if you are a tourist follow the Rota Carmelita that was made by the Tourism of Portugal.
 

The Kolbist

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
past: Frances, inland Portuguese, Fatima
future: Del Norte, coastal Porugues, Englis
Hi Rodrigo,

When we did our Caminho do Fatima in 2016 leading towards the feast of Our Lady of Fatima, we walked along the local Portuguese pilgrims and we used Alcanena as the stop between Fatima and Santarem. Has that changed or it is now an alternate route? Thanks
 

Rodrigo Cerqueira

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
3 French from St. Jean Pied Port, 3 Portuguese from Lisbon, 1 Portuguese from Porto, 1 Primitivo from Oviedo, 19 Lisbon - Fatima, 2 Porto - Fatima, 1 Coimbra - Fátima... Open the caminhos Nascente Fátima - Tomar, Poente Nazaré- Fátima, the north connection from Fátima to Ansião and Caminho Santiago central.
Hi Rodrigo,

When we did our Caminho do Fatima in 2016 leading towards the feast of Our Lady of Fatima, we walked along the local Portuguese pilgrims and we used Alcanena as the stop between Fatima and Santarem. Has that changed or it is now an alternate route? Thanks
Dear “The Kolbist” unfortunately if you went via Alcanena you didn’t follow the Caminho do Tejo. you have follow the national road. There are lots of Portuguese pilgrims that choose this kind of pilgramige, like you have expirenced it not safe...
You can find detailed information on the website
 

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