The National Hunting Grounds of Mafra were established in 1747 with the objective of providing surroundings appropriate to the Monument along with providing a recreational hunting ground for the King and his Court and in addition to supplying firewood and other products to the Convent.
With an area of 1200 hectares, the Royal Tapada de Mafra was surrounded by a stone wall masonry and lime, with a length of 21 Km .
Venture out on a long stroll!
There are four differently coloured routes (blue, green, red or yellow) in accordance with their respective length, level of difficulty and the slopes encountered.
For reservations please fill in the form presented, indicating the date, and all your questions. You will be contacted by the company to complete all the procedures of booking.
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