Entroncamento is a Portuguese city belonging to the District of Santarém, Center region and sub-region of the Middle Tejo, with about 20 000 inhabitants. It still belonged to the old province of Ribatejo, today but without any political-administrative significance.
It is home to the second least extensive municipality in the country, with only 13.73 km² in area  and 20 206 inhabitants (2011), which corresponds to a demographic density of 1 471.7 inhab./km², subdivided into 2 parishes. The municipality is limited to the east by the municipality of Vila Nova da Barquinha, to the south by the municipality of Golegã, and to the west and north by the municipality of Torres Novas.The municipality of Entroncamento is divided into 2 parishes, separated by the Northern Line:
São João BaptistaOur Lady of Fatima For a long time, Entroncamento was one of the few municipalities in Portugal that had only one parish. However, in August 2003 the only parish of Entroncamento was renamed (renamed São João Baptista), after which a part to the north was detached, to form the new parish of Nossa Senhora de Fátima. These changes took effect on January 1 of the following year.
The first elections for the two new parishes (parish assembly) took place on October 9, 2005.The location is seen as a “dormitory city”], that is, it serves as a residential area, housing the workers of Torres Novas, Tomar and Lisbon.
Entroncamento City Hall and wide ahead with luminous water sources. Since November 24, 2009, there has been a logistics terminal in the municipality operated by MSC – Terminal do Entroncamento, SA and which is part of the MSC – Mediterranean Shipping Company for Portugal, which has an area of 20 hectares of which 30,000 m2 is a container park, 1,100 m2 a bonded warehouse, among others. The municipality expects to help grow the local economy through the logistics terminal and the 150,000 m2 of land already prepared for the construction of logistics and industrial facilities