“Tapada Nacional de Mafra was created during King João V’s realm as a part of the monarchy’s and his court’s entertainment and leisure after the construction of the Convent. Today it stands out as a natural patrimony of unique features with an area of over eight hundred hectares where red deers, fallow deers, wild boars, foxes, birds of prey and many other species dwell in a scenery of an unusual rich and diversified flora. As it has always been the best place for hunting and the leisure of sovereigns, the Tapada de Mafra still holds its which is thoroughly respected and preserved.” By Tapada de Mafra
Monday to Friday – 9 am – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday – 9.30am – 7.30pm
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