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Enjoy the natural and cultural beauty of the Setúbal Peninsula

Unlock the beauty of the Setúbal Peninsula on this carefully crafted 4-hour tour, designed to provide a unique and memorable experience.

Explore stunning landscapes, beaches, and the history of the regions of Setúbal, Palmela, and Sesimbra. Personalize your itinerary according to your preferences and choose the landmarks that interest you the most. It’s considered an ideal experience for families.

The landmarks include:

Cabo Espichel

Cabo Espichel, located in the parish of Castelo, is a breathtaking promontory on the west coast of the Setúbal Peninsula in Portugal. Its sheer cliffs rise 134 meters above the Atlantic Ocean, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the coast and ocean.

In the 18th century, builders constructed the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora do Cabo Espichel, a religious complex that includes a church, convent, and chapel. Tourists flock to the Sanctuary, making it one of the region’s main attractions. Cabo Espichel also boasts a lighthouse, built in 1790 and one of the most important along the Portuguese.

Sesimbra Castle

Sesimbra Castle, located in the town of Sesimbra, Portugal, is a national monument and one of the best-preserved medieval castles in the country. Its construction dates back to the 9th century, during the Muslim occupation of the Iberian Peninsula, and was later conquered by D. Afonso Henriques in 1165. Inside the walled enclosure, you can find various points of interest such as:

  • The Keep Tower, the castle’s main tower, which offers panoramic views of the town and sea;
  • The Church of Nossa Senhora da Consolação, a religious temple dating back to the 16th century;
  • The Municipal Museum of Sesimbra, which features a collection of artifacts related to the region’s history.

Albufeira Lagoon

Albufeira Lagoon is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and fishing. It’s also an important nesting area for waterfowl.

Portinho da Arrábida

Portinho da Arrábida, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal. It’s located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are many hiking trails in the area offering stunning views of the coast.

Azeitão

Azeitão is a Portuguese village about 30 km south of Lisbon. The village is known for its wines, cheeses, and pastries. Here you can taste the best regional wines, including the famous Moscatel de Setúbal.

Praia das Bicas

Praia das Bicas is a popular naturist beach known for its clear waters and fine sands. The beach is located in a protected area, difficult to access, and surrounded by cliffs and pine trees.

Sesimbra

The fishing village of Sesimbra, where you can enjoy fresh and exceptionally high-quality fish and seafood. Beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and stunning landscapes make this village famous. Sesimbra is also a popular destination for hiking, cycling, and other outdoor sports.

Arrábida Natural Park

Arrábida Natural Park is a natural paradise with rich biodiversity. At the top of the Arrábida Mountains, you’ll have the best panoramic views of the region, from the city of Lisbon to Cabo Espichel. Explore the sea caves of Arrábida by boat and discover the hidden beauty of the coast.

The itinerary on the Setúbal Peninsula

Additional Information

  • Departure and return: Lisbon, Sintra, Cascais (within a 30 km radius)
  • Price: upon request
  • Includes: driver/guide, mineral water, round-trip transportation, personalized itinerary

Immerse yourself in the magic of the Setúbal Peninsula on this unforgettable experience.

Reserve your spot now and get ready for a journey through the charms of this unique region.

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