Setúbal Private Full Day Wine Tour with Tasting and Lunch at the Beach

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  • 8 hr

Enjoy visits the Setubal Península wine region, 50 km south of Lisbon, affords a rewarding 8 hours Private Tour experience with an ultimate grill fish lunch near beach. On the way to Setubal after crossing the Lisbon bridge, see Cristo Rei statue of Christ to admire the spectacular overlooking Lisbon. Visit José Maria da Fonseca (JMF) - the oldest table wine company in Portugal. If you're a wine lover, where you can find the most delectable and highest quality wines a among its best known wine brands Periquita and Lancers. Then experience a traditional Portuguese lunch at a Sesimbra beach front restaurant (fresh ocean grill fish for lunch included). Visit Quinta da Bacalhôa and enjoy the Tours of the Palace and different wine tastings. See Cape Espichel the Europe's mainland westernmost point. Your tour also includes a free and flexible pick-up (9:00AM) / drop-off (5:30PM) from your located accommodations, private driver/guide, Tickets, Wine Tasting & full grill fish lunch.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Knight Riders Tourism

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Stop At: Bright Side of Lisbon - Gift Shop

Cross the Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge is one of Lisbon’s most notable landmarks as it spans the River Tagus at the narrowest point. This massive bridge closely resembles that of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and the date name remembers the Portuguese Carnation Revolution of 25 April 1974. The suspension bridge connects Lisbon, on the north bank, with the commuter districts of Alameda on the south bank. The bridge is a distinctive landmark of Lisbon and crossing the Ponte 25 de Abril bridge makes for a fantastic entrance to Lisbon.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei

The statue of the Santuário do Cristo-Rei, one of the most emblematic monuments of the 20th century, can be found in Almada. Built in 1959, it is 110 metres high and offers a unique view over the capital and the Tagus estuary. Inspired by the Cristo Redentor monument in Rio de Janeiro, the figure of Christ opens its arms to Lisbon and receives hundreds of tourists, as well as pilgrims. The Costa de Caparica, one of the most popular beach destinations in the region, can be found on what is known by the people of Lisbon as "the other side" or the "south bank".

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Jose Maria de Fonseca

Visit Built Jose Maria da Fonseca wine caves built in the nineteenth century, the house was restored in 1923 by the Swiss architect, Ernesto Korrodi, and was the Soares Franco family residence until 1974. With its particularly beautiful façade and gardens, it has always been associated with the image of José Maria da Fonseca. The visit to the Museum House begins with a brief explanation of the company’s history, followed by a tour of the ancient wine cellars: Adega da Mata and Adega dos Teares Novos, where wines such as Periquita mature, and Adega dos Teares Velhos, where the oldest Setúbal Muscatels (Muscats or Moscateis) rest, some of which are true relics over 100 years old. At the end of the tour, the visitor can sample some of the wines produced by José Maria da Fonseca. When you visit our Wine Shop, you’ll be spoilt for choice for that special occasion and you can complement the wine with regional gourmet products. Tour and wine tasting included

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Bacalhoa Vinhos de Portugal

Visit the headquarters of our company are situated at the Bassaqueira estate. In 1997, Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal settled in this viticultural area of Azeitão, in the heart of the Setúbal Peninsula. The main building is hexagonal in shape with an innovative design and execution both for the winery itself and its offices. It is both creative and efficient, which sets off to perfection the traditional magical atmosphere of cellars where thousands of bottles and seemingly endless rows of casks are laid down for the ageing of wine. The vineyards surrounding the property are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah varieties of grapes. The wine-making centre processes grapes from the estate and also grapes from all its properties situated in the Setúbal Peninsula. This is the centre of operations for the bottling and warehousing of the finished product. It is extensive and spreads over a number of buildings, including areas for the reception of grapes and classical wine making, fermentation in barrels, warehousing, bottling preparation, bottling lines, ageing of fortified wines and ageing in bottles. In addition to these various production areas, the estate includes the company's central winery, a wine shop, various sculptures, ruins of interest, panels of hand-painted Portuguese tiles, vineyards and a lake. All these stand in magnificent gardens, outstanding features of which are the thousand-year-old olive trees. It is this harmonious diversity which renders the Bassaqueira estate unique. An absolute must to visit with tickets and wine taste included.

Duration: 1 hour

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Visit Sesimbra a delightful beach resort, which is adored by the Portuguese. The town is a popular holiday destination that offers outstanding beaches, excellent restaurants and a lively, social holiday atmosphere. Even being a bustling resort town, Sesimbra has retained its fishing heritage, with a busy fishing harbour and family run seafood restaurants, for which the town is renowned for. Along with the glorious beaches and lively nightlife, there is a surprising amount to see and do in Sesimbra, and the town makes for an enjoyable day trip from Lisbon. Lunch included in Sessimbra with sea view.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Cabo Espichel

Visit Cabo Espichel is the dramatic headland at the south-western tip of the Setubal Peninsula. This is an exposed coastline buffeted by strong winds and powerful seas, and is ideal for visitors who appreciate nature’s raw beauty. The Cabo Espichel was an important pilgrimage destination, and there is a unique church with attached pilgrim’s accommodation. Positioned at the top of the cliffs and protecting shipping from these dangerous cliffs is Portugal’s’ brightest lighthouse. The highly weathered cliffs have exposed two different sets of dinosaur footprints, and these are reached via the numerous hiking trails that cross the headland.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Visit he Moorish castle of Sesimbra stands high above the pretty fishing village and has guarded the town since its early founding. The castle was one of the first victories for the Christian conquest of Portugal over the Moors in the 12th century and its strategic positioning was important for the defence of early Portugal. For visitors the who make the 230m climb up to the castle will be rewarded of stunning panoramic views over Sesimbra and the surrounding coastline. Inside the castle there are extensive battlements, a pretty church but most visitors simply come for the views

Duration: 30 minutes
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