Arrábida, Sesimbra and Setúbal Tour

from 43€*

 

 

 

A journey that enabled you to enjoy the natural landscape, beautiful beaches and the diversity of fauna and flora that can be found on the south river side.

This whole trip is gifted with world heritage places, and is also recognized by the produced wines in Portugal southern region, just like the cuisine based on fish.

 

 

Itinerary:
 
25th Abril Bridge

  • Panoramic views of Lisbon.

 
Espichel’s Cape

  • Watching place for abysmal cliffs.

 
Sesimbra

  • Picturesque fishing village where you will visit the beaches, the characteristic fishing port and the Sesimbra ‘s Castle known by the Moorish castle dating from the century. XII.

 

Cellar / Museum of José Maria da Fonseca

  • Known among other things by Periquita and Muscat of Setubal wines, where in addition to make contact with the wine making process and its history, you will have the opportunity to realize a wine taste.

 

Arrábida Natural Park

  • Characteristic for its Mediterranean climate and flora.

 

Nossa Senhora da Arrábida Convent

  • Century building from the XVI.

 

St. Filipe's Fort

  • Century fortress from the XIV designed to bar access control.

 

Palmela’s Castle / lodging

  • Fascinating place where you can see a breathtaking scenery in 360º degrees perspective.  

 

Vasco da Gama Bridge

  • With 17,2Km it provides another type of view above the beautiful city of Lisbon.

DURATION OF THE  TOUR : 8H

PICKUP TIME: 09H:00

PICKUP LOCATION: HOTEL OR APARTAMENT IN LISBON

INCLUDED: 

  • Visit to Wine Cellars
  • Bottled water
  • Internet Wi-fi

NOT INCLUDED: lunch, entrances on monuments and museums

  • SPECIAL PRICES

    • Family with childs

    • Couple

    • +65

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