Explore the coastal city of Peniche and Berlengas Island on this full-day small-group tour from Lisbon. Drive along the Portuguese coast from Lisbon and reach one of the country’s best surf spots in Peniche to take the ferry to Berlengas Island. Explore the beautiful blue waters and small beaches of the island, the military fortress built in 1502, and the observe the local wildlife at the Berlengas Nature Reserve.
Take a full-day small-group tour from Lisbon to Peniche Berlengas Island
Admire the coastal scenery on a 30-minute ferry from Peniche to Berlengas
Spend the day exploring the nature reserve, beaches, and military fortress
Enjoy a personalized experience with a maximum of 16 guests per tour
Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time
Lisbon Center or Hotel
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Not wheelchair accessible
May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
Not recommended for pregnant women, infant and toddler.
A moderate amount of walking and hiking is involved
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Aug 2017
The island of Berlengas itself is beautiful, photos do not do it justice! I definitely recommend going to the island, however did not feel as though the tour was explained properly in the outline. I, along with the other members of the tour, felt as though we were ripped off. The cost of the tour only included the return trip in a 4WD to the port where we would leave for the island. We got to the port to leave and were told that the tour hadnt been booked and that we had to wait for them to find us a time slot. We were then told that we had to pay for the boat to take us to the island as well as the optional trip to the grottos. One couple on the trip had a baby and were told that they could easily take a pram up to the island, we were not informed that the tour of the island was more of a hike, and that there was absolutely no way that a pram would fit on the path. This couple ended up forgoing their tour.
It would have been just as easy, and definitely cheaper, to simply get a bus to the port and organise our own tour with one of the companies there. Didn't even get a water!