Portuguese coastline is a wealth of traditions and landscapes to discover.
A relaxing day throungh the beauty of Cape Espichel, Sesimbra, Setúbal, Palmela and Arrábida mountain with a Wine tasting on a local family estate.
What to Expect
A relaxed and fun journey, avoiding the massively crowded spots, exploring the beauty of the portuguese landscapes.
A private guide just for you, at your pace, sharing all the knowledge and curiosities during a fun day. And some delicious experiences as well.
What to Bring
For your comfort and safety it is recomended that you bring:
Most Hotels and AirBnb have easy access by car. If not, we can set up a meeting point.
The cape is home to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Espichel, a 17th-century church and pilgrimage site that sits atop the cliffs.
One of the main attractions of the cape is the viewpoint, which offers a panoramic view of the cliffs, the ocean, and the surrounding countryside. Visitors can also explore the many hiking trails that lead through the natural park, which is home to a variety of wildlife and plants.
Sesimbra is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque fishing village, and its historic castle.
The main attraction is its beaches, which are known for their crystal clear waters and golden sands.
The Castle of Sesimbra, sits on a hilltop overlooking the town and the sea. It was built in the 12th century by the Moors and offers panoramic views of the town and the coastline. The castle is now a museum and visitors can explore its history and learn about the town’s past.
Arrábida mountain is a must-visit destination for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and those looking for a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. It offers a unique combination of natural beauty, history and culture, and outdoor activities that is sure to appeal to visitors of all ages and interests.
It’s time to get some energy back. Delicious options are available according to your preferences.
Portugal is an excellent wine country with several different regions, each one with its own specialties.
We will visit a local winery with a tasting of a selection of table wines.
The castle is a great example of medieval military architecture, with its walls and towers, and it is one of the best preserved castles in Portugal. It is also a popular tourist attraction, with many visitors coming to see the castle’s walls and towers, as well as the views from the top of the castle. The Palmela Castle has been listed as a National Monument since 1910.
Full of good memories, amazing pictures and having enjoyed our joy and sunshine, we will take you back to your accomodation.