The Alentejo coast (Costa Alentejana) is, on the one hand, a totally different area from the rest of the Alentejo, south of Portugal. Especially in what the landscape is concerned, obviously. But the coastline is still a peaceful place which continues to resist the mass tourism.
Admire art nouveau architecture and take a traditional boat tour around the canals of Aveiro and follow the pilgrims' route to Fátima, one of the most important Christian sites in the world, with approximately 5 million visitors each year.
The Historical village of Foz D’Égua belongs to the parish of Piódão and with it shares the mystical beauty of the Serra do Açor. Characterized by its mountainous rural aspect, with the typical schist and slate houses, surrounded by an almost pure nature.
This full-day tour is filled with experiences to record forever. The main tourist attractions of Setúbal in Portugal are, without a doubt, the beautiful beaches of Serra da Arrábida and the traditional wineries of the region.
Fall in love with Óbidos, an enchanting medieval-era village with white-washed walls. Visit Nazaré, a quaint seaside fishing town, and follow the pilgrims' route to Fátima, one of the most important Christian sites in the world, with approximately 5 million visitors each year.
Porto is the second most populous city in Portugal, but even so the place keeps all the charm that surrounds it: the historical monuments, the beautiful landscapes, the museums and the colorful streets.