The Valinhos Sanctuary is a small village of Aljustrel was the birthplace of the three little shepherds which is converted into a museum, depicting local lifestyle in the beginning of the 20th century. The course that the three shepherds took from Aljustrel to the site of the ghosts at Cova da Iria was changed into a "Through Sacra" in the second half of the twentieth century. There's a cleared route through unadulterated olive and holm oak woods, with 14 stops, each for a station of the cross.
Everything closes with a fifteenth station, the Santo Estêvão Chapel, to address the restoration. Like the straggling leftovers of the Via Sacra this was upheld by Hungarian Catholics, unfit to practice their religion in their own country in the midst of the Cold War.