Sesimbra Azeitao and Setubal Tour, perfect for you want something different during your days in Lisbon, this is an excellent option, visit to a winery, traditional tile factory all this in one of the most beautiful parks in Portugal.
|PLACE OF DEPARTURE||Hotel/Apartment, Lisbon|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||9:00 AM|
|RETURN TIME||Around 6 PM|
Sesimbra, a small Portuguese fishing village in the reign of D. Dinis, was created in Povoa de Ribeira de Sesimbra, a village that grew a lot and became a village at the time of the Discoveries an important port of shipbuilding and supplies of boats.
In its bay the Maritime Museum will give you lesson about the village, the sea, fishing art, how they traveled and the utensils they used, from maritime devotions, several rooms will show you the importance of the sea to this region, but the ex-libris of this museum will be its a 3D movie that takes you on a journey back to the time of prehistory and medieval times, ending in a return to the ocean and the future of Sesimbra.
Azeitao, is it possible, a village with 70 Km2, to have so many curiosities? Above all, delicacies; The Cheese of Azeitao, elected by many the best Portugese cheese, the Torta de Azeitao others of the Portuguese “conventual” sweets, and of course their wines.
One of the most famous products from this area as well as the cheese will be the Moscatel wine, constituting an essential variety in Palmela and Setubal, associated with the production of white wines and the generous wines such the Moscatel de Setubal, a generous wine whose production area has been delimited since 1907, despite its production being much older.
Did you know that the Port of Setubal had already been one of the most important in Europe? And that the typical dish, “Choco Frito”?
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Arrabida Natural Park
In the city center we will find shops for all tastes and ages, from global brands to local brands, with rarities and less conventional products, the culture lurks at every corner where the buildings are living testimonies of a city that has grown and modernized without forgetting its roots, the sea.
In Praça do Bocage, the center point of the city where the locals meet is full of terraces and cafes, a square dedicated to one of the greatest figures of Portuguese poetry, its statue with its eyes fixed on the sea.