Get to know the Arrábida Mountain and its natural beauty on a sightseeing tour from Lisbon. Enjoy the views from Serra de Arrábida and visit a beach at the mouth of the Sado River.
Arrábida Wine Tour
- Adult Ages 18+
- Child Ages 7-17
- Infant Ages 6 & Under
Visit The Best Wine Cellars in Arrábida
Discover Azeitão on this day trip from Lisbon, and visit some of the top wineries in this important wine region. On this carefully designed tour, you’ll have the opportunity to tour the cellars of four wine producers, tasting more than 10 quality wines.
Azeitão is one of the most important wine regions producing top quality wines in Portugal. It has many sub-regions called “denominations” that are great to visit, regions that have the status of DOCG (a geographical region with a regulated wine production).
Even though most regions in Azeitão specialize in reds and “moscatel,” often using the same grape variety, based on our vast experience, we’ve set up a day tour of this region that we believe is the very best in terms of variety and quality.
- Taste more than 10 different quality regional wines
- Visit the cellars of 4 different wine producers from those listed
- Enjoy spectacular views of the Arrábida mountains and the Atlantic Ocean
- Free pick-up and drop-off in Lisbon, Sintra, Cascais in a range of 30km
- Extra charge of €20 if outside
- Wine tasting
- Pick-up and drop-off
- Private tour
- Guide inside monuments
- Any private expenses
Get a true taste of Portugal and explore some of the country’s best wineries. On this tour from Lisbon, visit four wineries among the best in this important wine region.
After being picked up from Lisbon, you will be transported via air-conditioned minivan as you set off to explore the cellars of four of the region’s wine producers. Visit four from the following wineries: José Maria da Fonseca, Quinta da Bacalhoa, Venâncio Costa Lima, Quinta do Piloto, Casa Mãe, Malo Tojo, Horácio Simões and Xavier Santana. If you have any specific requests, don’t hesitate to tell your guide, who will do their best to provide you with the perfect tour!
José Maria da Fonseca
The first stop is in the José Maria da Fonseca cellars, a 100% family-owned company, managed by the 6th generation and leader in the areas of production and marketing of table wines and generous in Portugal. Being JMF the oldest producer of Setúbal Muscat, we could not have chosen a better place for a taste of this unique wine of exemplary quality. This tasting includes the visit to the secular house-museum of the cellars, founded in 1834.
Quinta da Bacalhôa
The second stop is, not far away, in Quinta da Bacalhoa, one of the farms where it was implemented the project with the theme “Art, Wine, Passion” which aims to surprise the expectations of the most demanding and curious consumers. Bacalhôa Portugal Wines, SA, one of the largest and most innovative wineries in Portugal, developed over the years a wide range of wines earning a solid reputation and the preference of domestic and international consumers alike. Includes a visit to the Bacalhôa Palace where you can admire a priceless art collection, a visit to the Quinta da Bassaqueira as well as the traditional wine tasting.
Then we head to the fantastic Arrábida mountains where we will enjoy the amazing view of the calm, crystal blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Quinta do Piloto
We will make a short stop in Setúbal and we will continue to Palmela to visit the Quinta do Piloto. Quinta do Piloto comes from a selection of family vineyards in the best terroirs of Palmela.
Venâncio Costa Lima
The next stop will be the wine producer Venâncio Costa Lima, one of the oldest wineries in the Palmela region, which started activity in 1914. Being a family business, this winery is now on its fourth generation. This winery produces some famous wines, ranging from table wines up to demarcated wines (with designation of origin). Here you will have the opportunity to sample typical regional products in addition to the traditional wine tastings.
Due to availability, your guide cannot guarantee any specific wineries, though you will always visit four of the above.
We suggest bringing comfortable clothing, sunglasses, a hat, and your camera.