Explore the parts of Arrábida Natural Park not accessible by conventional vehicle on this 4×4 kart adventure that includes a Portuguese lunch and wine tasting.
- Adult Ages 18+
- Child Ages 7-17
- Infant Ages 6 & Under
Explore the beautiful Serra da Arrábida
Discover the beauty of the Arrábida mountains, enjoy a walk along deserted beaches bordering crystal-clear waters, visit the ancient city of Setúbal, and more on this private tour from Lisbon. Stop at a cellar in Azeitão for a wine sampling.
- Marvel at breathtaking views
- Get excellent value for money
- Visit the Praia das Bicas, a beach that remains largely unexplored
- Marvel at the views from the cliff at Cabo Espichel
- Stop to see Sesimbra Castle, overlooking a fishing village
- Free pick-up and drop-off in Lisbon, Sintra, Cascais in a range of 30km
- Extra charge of €20 if outside
- Bottled Water
- Pick-up and Drop-off
- Private Tour
- Wine Sampling
- Guide inside monuments
- Any private expenses
Your private, full-day Arrábida tour begins with a drive over Lisbon’s 25 de Abril bridge en route to the Arrábida ridge.
Stop to visit the Albufeira lagoon, a popular spot for kayaking, kitesurfing, and windsurfing. You’ll also visit the largely unexplored beach at Praia das Bicas, and take in the views of the ocean from the cliffs above, with the Sintra ridge in the background.
At Cabo Espichel you’ll visit the sanctuary and church of Nossa Senhora do Cabo and the aqueduct, and then make a brief stop to see the dinosaur footprints.
Head up to the Sesimbra Castle and take in the views of the fishing village below. Your driver will then take you into Sesimbra, a fishing village located on a calm bay, where you can enjoy fish and seafood of exceptional quality and take a walk along the breakwater near the beach.
Portinho da Arrábida
You’ll make your way down through Portinho da Arrábida to an idyllic white sand beach at the mouth of the Sado River. Enjoy a climb up to the top of the ridge to marvel at the incredible views! To the north, you’ll be able to see the entire city of Lisbon and the surrounding mountains, and to the south, you’ll have views of the crystal-clear blue sea, islets, the Tróia peninsula, and the city of Setúbal.
We suggest bringing comfortable clothing, sunglasses, a hat and your camera.