Setúbal, Arrábida, Palmela
Known as the Blue Coast and with a Mediterranean microclimate and landscape, the Arrábida mountain range reaches an altitude of 503 meters, and provides nature lovers with challenging walks and incredible views.
From the top of the Arrábida mountains, you can see the bay of Setúbal, a well-known fishing town, famous for its gastronomy and fresh products.
From the top of the mountain, you can also see the Troia Peninsula, where with the serene beauty of the landscape, you can find luxury resorts, dedicated to golf or the most exclusive spas, as well as a considerable extension of white sandy beaches.
We arrive at the town of Palmela, which presents us with superb views over the Setúbal district and where we can visit the castle, classified as a National Monument, currently converted into a Pousada de Portugal. This region is also known for its wines, especially the famous Moscatel de Setúbal, and its pastries, such as the delicious Azeitão pies.
A visit to the fishing town of Sesimbra is a must, for the pleasant walks along the beautiful beaches and the interesting port/fresh fish market, where you can admire the richness of our ocean.