Move | Idanha
The closest airport to Idanha-a-Nova, is the Humberto Delgado Airport in Lisbon, is bout 263km away from the city by car. You can rent a car to get to know the country, or use a busvia the Aerobus (line 2) to Sete-Rios bus station, and then catch a bus from the Express Network.
It is from the Sete Rios bus station in Lisbon, which buses depart for most Portuguese cities. Here you must then purchase the ticket from the Express Network. The trip to Idanha-a-Nova takes about 3:30 a.m., with a stop in Castelo Branco for bus exchange.
The town of Idanha-a-Nova does not have a service of railways.
Departing from Lisbon, Oporto or Coimbra, you will have to go to Castelo Branco Station, which is 40km from Idanha.
Arriving at Castelo Branco you will have to catch a bus to Idanha.
Bus between Castelo Branco and Idanha:
From the Beira Interior bus stationin Castelo Branco you can catch one of the regional buses via Transdev, that makes the connection between Castelo Branco and thevillage of Idanha.
Returnto Castelo Branco
The returntrip to Castelo Branco will also be held by Transdev buses.
When you arrive in Castelo Branco, you will have to take adirect train to Lisbon, Oporto or Coimbra.
Halfway between Lisbon and Madrid, the Municipality of Idanha-a-Nova could not be better located.
With the Beira Interior motorway (A23) and the IC31 to the Termas de Monfortinho border, it currently has good accessibility, just 286 km from Lisbon.
By the Coria / Navalmoral de la Mata and Cáceres motorway, it is only 320 km to Madrid and much less to Cáceres, Badajoz and Salamanca. Inside, it has a network of national and municipal roads in good condition.
By car from Lisbon
By car from Porto
In the map below you will find the main points to visit in the county.