Sesimbra is a fishing village sheltered by a bay, along more than 40 km of Atlantic coast. With fine sandy beaches, fishing traditions are interspersed with tourist activities.Arrábida is synonymous with mountains, river, sea, renowned beaches and one of the most beautiful bays in the world. In the streets we see testimonies of the historical richness of a vast built heritage, palaces, museums, churches, fortifications and fountains. The mountain is protected by its diversity of fauna and flora and known for its wonderful beaches.Setúbal is an important port and commercial area where the main activity is fishing. The main avenue has a huge central garden and side streets full of local shops and typical restaurants with fresh fish, seafood and the traditional fried cuttlefish.Azeitão is known for its wine produced by Caves José Maria da Fonseca, one of the oldest in Portugal, producer of the famous wine "Periquita" and Moscatel de Setúbal.