Idanha-a-Nova Vacation Packages
Lisbon, the national capital, is located 130 miles (209 kilometers) to the southwest of Idanha-a-Nova.
It's little wonder the area around Idanha-a-Nova is a perennial favourite with with international and local vacationers alike; Centro is dotted with great things to see and do. Should you be searching for more places to explore, check out the Jardim do Paco Episcopal and Idanha-a-Velha in and around Castelo Branco, which you'll find roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the northeast of Idanha-a-Nova.
About 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the north of Idanha-a-Nova is Guarda, a regional city which is home to Linhares Castle, Castelo Roqueiro and Guarda Cathedral. Museu da Guarda and Trancoso Castle are also good spots for calling into while you are here.
If you ask residents what to see around Idanha-a-Nova, you'll most likely be directed to Centro's fascinating lighthouses, street art and open-air exhibits. An excellent way to truly understand a place is by discovering its history. Don't miss the ruins while you are in the area.
Have a break from traveling and cool off with a spot of scuba diving or swimming. Those adventurous souls searching for adrenaline and adventure shouldn't miss the chance to get their heart pumping by signing up for a four-wheel driving or mountain climbing adventure.
Sadly, vacations rarely last forever, but be rest assured, when you have to say "Adeus" to Idanha-a-Nova, you'll still have lots of memories to take home.
Accommodation in Idanha-a-Nova
Finding a comfortable hotel is a key ingredient of any trip. Hotel and accommodation options in Idanha-a-Nova are a little limited, so if you'd like to stay a few days, visit Expedia's Idanha-a-Nova lodging page to book ahead of time.
The following Idanha-a-Nova hotels are worth checking out if you book with Expedia: the Ô Hotel Fonte Santa, Casa do Forno and Hotel Estrela da Idanha