This fascinating tour will take you deep into a cork forest and teach you about a family trade that has lasted for six generations. You won’t have to worry about getting lost as a local archaeologist and conservationist guide will lead the way. Learn about cork harvesting as well as other farm activities such as wine and honey production, and harvesting olive groves. After you’ve worked up an appetite, you’ll enjoy a three-course meal in a family-run restaurant.
Monsaraz is a medieval village conquered by the Moors in 1167. With its typical shady streets and whitewashed houses, the village is surrounded by walls and was named one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal, in the Aldeias Monumento category. It is rich in handicraft crafts such as basketwork, Alentejo blankets, pottery and works in cork, metal and wrought iron.Located in the heart of the Alentejo, Évora is called the "museum city". Its ramparts surround streets and buildings of a historical and cultural richness virtually unchanged over the centuries.
Experience the top historical and cultural attractions of Elvas and Badajoz on this guided excursion from Lisbon. After a convenient hotel pickup, visit sites like the forts of Santa Luzia and Nossa Senhora da Graça. Enjoy a delicious complimentary lunch in the UNESCO-designated city of Elvas before heading to Badajoz and stopping by the Alcazaba and other important sites. Admire the picturesque architecture of Evora on the return drive to Lisbon.
Go deep into the Alentejo Cork Forest and enter a world that’s rich with plants, flowers, and native wildlife. By traveling in a Landrover, you’ll get to places that would be difficult to find alone. Learn about a family business of managing cork forests, rearing sheep, and running a vineyard. You’ll have a delicious lunch in a family-run restaurant, and get a chance to purchase handmade cork products. An informative tour that’s enriched by commentary from your guide.
Animal lovers—this one’s for you! After meeting at Sesimbra marina, you’ll board a Rigid Inflatable Boat with a guide to accompany you. By exploring the coast of Arrabida Natural Park with a guide, you’ll save time wondering where to sail, and instead get direct access to places where dolphins have been spotted many times before. Learn about local culture, history, geology, flora, and fauna as you travel on this informative and fun adventure.
Taste southern Portugal’s best wines, and tour the region with a private guide. With this stress-free package, enjoy round-trip transportation to up to three wineries. Meet the winemakers, sample the blends, and tour the vineyards. Stop for lunch in a fishing village, and feast on the included meal at a family-owned restaurant.
Évora has so much to offer—from historic buildings to excellent cuisine, and great wine. On this full-day tour from Lisbon, you get to see the best of Évora’s sites and try its delicious food too. Take the stress out of organizing transfers by having hotel pickup and drop-off included. Your guide takes you to multiple major landmarks including the Roman Temple, the Cathedral of Évora, and megalithic monuments. A fantastic local lunch with wine is also included.
Emerge into a 9-hour tour of Évora and the dolmens of Almendres Cromlech.You will leave Lisbon in the morning and enjoy the Alentejo landscape until you arrive in Évora, about 90 minute journey.You and your guide will explore the historic sites of Évora, including the Roman Temple of Diana.Starting with São Francisco church, where you will see the incredible bone chapel, with its walls covered with real human bones.Then, you will visit the Sé Cathedral of Évora, the iconic Gothic monument.Climb into its roofs and be amazed with the views from the top.Continue to the Roman temple of Diana.Then make a stop for eating before going to the Almendres Cromlech. There you will a complex of more than 100 stones, in a amazing construction from the stone age.Head back to Lisbon.
Delve into Portugal’s traditional fishing heritage on this private full-day guided excursion from Lisbon that includes lunch. This tour offers a view of Lisbon’s fishing culture that’s not often seen by travelers. You will explore a traditional fishing village near the capital and learn the local lifestyle. During the tour, stop for lunch in Setúbal, a traditional fishing town filled with a classic rustic appeal.
Explore the Arrabida Coast, between Setubal and Cabo Espichel, with a guide on this half-day tour. Visit the hidden beaches and sea caves that are only accessible by water on a boat; jump off to dive and swim among the local marine life. Listen to guided commentary about the local environment, history, flora, and fauna as you travel.
Go beyond the typical traveler itinerary on this private, full-day 4X4 excursion through Arrábida National Park. Take off-road trails to off-the-beaten-path attractions few would find independently, while also ticking off some musts of the region such as Sesimbra and Palmela Castle. Stop for spectacular photo ops en route and soak up the scenery as your driver-guide whisks you to where you need to be.
Explore the Sado Estuary and learn about its resident dolphin population on this tour from Setubal. With an expert marine guide to accompany you, you'll listen to in-depth commentary about the local environment as well as the dolphins' biology and behavior. Take time for swimming and snorkeling, as well as a stop at Praia de Galapos, reputed to be one of the world's best beaches.
A full on experience with Mountain, Beach, Country, Gastronomy.Setubal and the National Park of Arrábida are very rich, both for its landscape and for its biodiversity. Here you can discover a natural environment. An experience that can take you from the mountain to the amazing beaches of Figueirinha, Galapos and Portinho
The opportunity to observe the dolphin community in the Sado estuary, in its natural habitat, in the wild state, traveling daily routes and without a fixed location.Diving in the crystalline waters of the park prof. Luiz Saldanha, to observe the fauna and flora existing along the entire coastline of the Arrábida Natural Park, will make this experience unforgettable.They have a remarkable adventure watching dolphins in their natural habitat, following their daily routes without a permanent place. DayDream with a skilled crew will do everything to assure dolphin watching and will provide excellent and clear observation of the marine life. Depending on unfavorable natural conditions, dolphin watching may not be possible.
Évora and its region have a glorious historical past, and on this tour, you will attest its greatness by visiting landmarks dating back from the megalithic until nowadays. We will combine stops at historic landmarks and exciting places to match your preferences and expectations, in a flexible schedule and itinerary.We are a small, locally owned Portuguese tour company endeavouring to drive you in intimate and selected journeys. The five human senses are the inspiration behind our authentic and unique experiences. Expect, while exploring Portugal with us, to discover more about yourself through your feelings. The enjoyment you’ll experience will trigger your emotions and create precious memories which will travel with you throughout time.
Escape the city center in favor of sea breezes and rolling hills on this e-bike tour of Trafaria and Costa da Caparica from Lisbon. Cruise along the Atlantic coast on easy-to-ride electric bikes—little pedaling ins required, so you can cover more ground with less effort. As you cruise through rural landscapes and charming fishing villages, your guide fills you in on local history and culture.
Explore the UNESCO-listed town of Evora on a half-day tour from Lisbon. Step back in time and learn about the city’s rich history stretching back to the Roman Empire. Visit key sites such as the Roman Temple, Cathedral, Bones Chapel, and Giraldo's Square. Wander the streets to taste some olive oils and wines from the Alentejo region before heading back to Lisbon.
The region of Alentejo is known for its spectacular scenery, and award-winning vineyards. Take the hassle out of organizing car rental and let someone else do the driving instead on this stress-free day tour. After a hotel pickup, travel with ease to a historic winery for tastings and a tour, and then visit the historic city of Evora to see its walls and castle.
Experience to be driven in a classic jeep cabrio 4x4 to the second westernmost point of continental Europe. This Safari let you feel the harmonious spirit and the beauty of Espichel Cape, a place with a very strong landscape character. On this ride you will explore the most remote paths that guide you to the most remarkable views: a sublime example of a "land´s end" landscape, where sky and sea meet, in an infinitive horizon, conductive to contemplation and meditation.The highlight of this tour: are the footprints of dinosaurs located on a ledge of the Jurassic cliffs . The tracks left by saurops and theropods, have 150 million years ago. The ride ends in one of the most remote beaches located in the south part of Espichel cape, Hell beach, where we will do a brake for a snack prepared by our team.
Visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and some Monuments classified as World Heritage . Of these monuments we highlight the Torre de Belém from where Vasco da Gama left to discover the sea route to India. The Jeronimos Monastery was the home of power in the Discovers Century, with Manueline style The Christ King who was built to thank God no Portuguese died in the Second World War. The nooks and crannies of Lisbon with your beautiful viewpoints, the oldest bookshop in the world from 1723, one of the most beautiful bars in Europe A fantastic day to discover Lisbon with a beautiful Surprises
Arrábida Nature Park covers an area of 35km (21 miles) from east to West and 6km (3 miles) wide. Its is and example of pristine Mediterranean Landscape with the best of Alpine limestone's sights in Portugal. Greenwalk, as nature tourism and geotourism company have the knowledge to give you the best of Arrábida: typical ancient villages like Azeitão where you can taste the traditional wine, cheese and pastry; the overgrown valley by the perfumed Mediterranean vegetation; the coast with breathtaking views from the highest cliffs; the calm water bay beach at Portinho.
Evora Megalithic TourUnveil the secrets of the megalithic on a guided visit to prehistory in Alentejo: Almendres Cromlech, Almendres Menhir, Anta Grande do Zambujeiro (dolmen).Évora, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1986.Here begins the preparation of your trip to this beautiful city in the heart of the Alentejo, the best way to visit this city is on foot, walking through narrow streets, white houses, to discover monuments such as the Roman Temple of Diana, built in the century II, the famous Chapel of Bones, Church of São Francisco, Évora