Arrábida / Azeitao / Sesimbra

Visit Sesimbra, Cabo Espichel, visit a wine farm with wine  tasting


Quinta da Bacalhoa From the inside to outside, we can see uniques parts of the private art collection, through the gardens and the vineyards to the lake house where we can find the first tile “azulejo” dated in Portugal

Visit to the “Quinta da Bacalhoa” cellar

Moscatel is the name given to a group of very sweet grape varieties. Various wines and sparkling wines are produced from Moscatel grapes, always having the characteristic sweetish. In general, accompany fine desserts and when ice cream are refreshing and also as appetizer

Moscatel Wine Tasting 

Here we will taste 3 types  of wine produced in this region; White, Red and Moscatel 

Ceramic Tiles of Azeitão

 Next to Quinta da Bacalhoa in Azeitão, there is a factory of handmade tiles that keeps the manufacturing process manual, with origins in the eighteenth century and using the technique of faience. The factory is open for free visits (Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm). Visitors can enjoy the various stages of manufacture, from the modelling of the materials to the glazing and painting. They can also enjoy the experience of painting their own tile.

Portinho da Arrabida 

Visit one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Situated between the Arrabida mountains, a breathtaking landscape.


 Clearly has the charm of a land of people of the sea. A stroll through the narrow and steep streets allows us to observe the decorations of the houses related to the sea. The presence of nets and other fishing gear, do not deny that we are right in the center of a land of fishermen..

Cabo Espichel 

 “Espichel” cape is in the extreme southwestern of Setúbal near Sesimbra. The beauty of the landscape stands out on this cape. The Lighthouse and the “Our Lady” Shrine.

The Arrábida Natural Park extends over an area of 10,800 acres, covers the area of Setubal, Palmela and Sesimbra. The Originality of the landscape is due not only to its natural but also to the remote humanization features of these spaces, which generally developed in harmony with the natural environment.

Full day - 100 Eur per person
Minimum 2 persons 

No meals or museum entrances included 
Wine tasting 

End tour at about 18h00