Discover beautiful landscapes, small villages and savor the wines that have made Portugal famous. Cross the bridge over the Tagus River towards Sesimbra, a busy fishing village with a fleet of brightly colored boats all moored in the port. High above the town is a Moorish castle.
Travel to the town of Azeitao, best known for its wine, especially the famous Moscatel de Setubal. Here you'll taste the local wines and learn how they are made during your visit to a charming and prestigious wine lodge.
You’ll continue towards Arrabida Natural Park which covers a small range of limestone mountains, the road across the top offers remarkable views. The park was established to protect the wild, beautiful landscape and rich variety of birds and wildlife. The name Arrabida derives from Arabic, meaning a place of prayer, and the wooded hillsides are indeed a peaceful retreat.
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Note: Tour involves approximately 1/2 mile of walking on cobblestone and flat surfaces with some steps.