Arrábida and Sesimbra
After crossing the Bridge 25 de Abril, the first stop is Sesimbra, famous for its beaches and fish restaurants. From here we climb up to Sesimbra Castle where you can enjoy the panoramic views.
Further ahead, in Azeitão, a visit to one of the oldest and most important wine cellars in Portugal (Caves José Maria da Fonseca) and taste the traditional Moscatel of Setúbal. The panoramic view of the beautiful Serra da Arrábida and a stop in Setúbal to get to know the city center.
The way back to Lisbon is made through Europe´s longest bridge: the Vasco da Gama Bridge.
Évora (Wine Tour)
Board a journey through the vast plains of Alentejo crossing a landscape filled with olive groves, cork oaks and vineyards surrounding the charming city of Évora, a UNESCO world heritage city. Discover its historical importance, the architecture, cuisine and handicrafts, a city that take us through many eras and styles, flavors, colors and shapes. To finish in a high note a visit to the Herdade do Esporão for a wine tasting.
Fátima (Óbidos, Batalha, Alcobaça e Nazaré)
This tour takes you to some of the most important Portuguese historical sites. Get to know the town of Óbidos surrounded by mediaeval walls and dotted with rustic white houses. Gaze at the impressive Gothic churches of the monasteries of Alcobaça and Batalha (UNESCO World Heritage) and stop for lunch in the picturesque Nazaré. The highlight is the imposing sanctuary of Fátima, a center of Catholic faith that attracts pilgrims from all over the world.
Sintra (Cabo da Roca, Cascais e Estoril)
In this enchanting region, you’re invited to visit the town where the Portuguese Royal Family spent their summers. There’s a chance to visit the westernmost point of mainland Europe, Cabo da Roca. The tour also includes the cosmopolitan town of Cascais and a panoramic view of Estoril.
Discover our magnificent city of Lisbon, and unveil its history and traditions on this visit to the monuments of the golden era of the Portuguese Discoveries, the most traditional neighborhoods and the city’s most emblematic museum. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get to know Lisbon and taste Portugal’s famous Port wine.