Azeitão (São Lourenço e São Simão) is a civil parish in the municipality of Setúbal, Portugal. It was formed in 2013 by the merger of the former parishes São Lourenço and São Simão. The population in 2011 was 18,877, in an area of 69.32 km². It is composed of a cluster of small "aldeias" or small villages, some of those are: Vila Fresca de Azeitão, Vila Nogueira de Azeitão, Brejos de Azeitão, Aldeia de Irmãos, Vendas de Azeitão. Two of the closest cities are Setúbal and Palmela.
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4.5 based on 216 reviews
Jose Maria da Fonseca is one of Portugal's largest and most prestigious wine companies, begun in 1834 and run with undiminished passion since that date by the same family. The winery is in the charming village of Vila Nogueira de Azeitao, where visitors are welcome to tour the museum and cellars where many of Fonseca's wines are aged, including Periquita, Portugal oldest red wine. Another must-see is the Setubal Moscatel cellar, in which wines as old as the company itself slumber in their hallowed and tranquil vault. These Moscatels belong to the private collection of the Soares Franco family, of whom the sixth generation now heads the company. The tour ends with a wine tasting. At the Wine Shop you may buy that special wine or gourmet regional product for a friend.Tours occurs everyday from 10.00am to 12.00, and from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
José Maria da Fonseca is the winery single handily responsible for developing the wonderful dessert wine called Moscatel de Setúbal, it ranges from consistency of a Sauternes to a thickened likeliness to Pedro Ximenez Sherry. We made a reservation for their premium tasting and tour. We were greeted at the winery by our knowledgeable guide, who went o we the history of this almost 200 years old family winery at their museum/memorabilia room. And then we took a tour visiting the facilities which is a throw back in time, very relaxed and fun. Last but not the least, we had the tasting with five wines and a local dessert cake. They were so friendly, we were offered to try a blend of super premium wine using vintages of 1900, 1944, and 1966. You will not leave the winery without purchasing a few bottles, they are that good!
4.5 based on 161 reviews
This was a very interesting and great experience for wine tasting. Thanks to our tour guide, Alex from @traveling_to_portugal to bring us here and discover such a wonderful place. Here is where art, wine and passion combined to make your experience fabulous! We visited the Quinta Bacalhoa and the winery art centre collection. Knowledgeable and attentive staff. Spectacular view, history!!!
5 based on 26 reviews
The name of this company is the best possible description of our first year of college. We left Lisbon to study engineering in Setubal, but half-way we came upon this wonderful mountain, its Beaches and natural charms, so that, engineering had to wait. About us… Well, we are simply in love with this wonder of nature, so we live here, and we do not sleep rested without showing it to you.
If you like nature, stunning views, good energy and amazing people...than you should definitely book this tour! It was such a great day with breathtaking views, snorkeling and the best company ever. Edgar was super friendly, fun, knowledgable and flexible. You don't feel you are...MoreMany thanks, it was a pleasure for us. See you again soon! ASV
5 based on 1 reviews
At the beginning of the Portinho da Arrábida, considered one of the best Beaches in Europe. Not as fancy or expensive as the one next to it, but definitely more real, a restaurant with the balcony over the sea where you can see the transparent and translucent blue waters and the fishes waiting for a bit of bread to eat. The staff is very friendly with fishing know how and the fish is fresh and rich. Try the desert based on a Portuguese recipe of "Arroz doce" but with a fresh touch. A perfect example of Portuguese Seafood restaurant on the beach.
4.5 based on 521 reviews
The Troia Beach is especially suited for families with small children because it is protected from the usually high waves of the other Beaches in the area. There is a café/restaurant with outside showers. Parking right next to the beach can be a problem but there is ample parking in park houses nearby. From the beach there is also a walk way to Troia Marina with shops and restaurants.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
KartArrabida is a company inaugurated in 2016 within the Arrabida Natural Park with the purpose of making known its area in a different and funny way. Equipped with 7 Karts Cross with capacity for 2 people each, it realizes guided tours being the majority of the trip in dirt roads with diverse cultural and gastronomic stops, taking advantage thus the wealth that this zone of the country has to offer. Drivers must have driver’s license. The tours are accompanied by guides using ATVs. The itinerary is about 60 km and lasts approximately 4 hours. The average speed is 30 km per hour. The trips are done in groups and are conditioned to a minimum number of participation of 2 KARTS. However, tours with one KART can be made by consulting the company for conditions. Rentals are made by KART. The tours are done every day by reservation at 9:00 am or 2:00 p.m., with approximately 4 hours. All participants are covered by Personal Accident Insurance during the hours of the events.
Quinze pessoas entre adultos e crianças.
Chegando ao espaço, grande, amplo e seguro.
Com Wc e espaço para trocar de roupa.
Aconselhamos uma muda de roupa, por causa do pó, ou da lama, consoante o tempo.
Karts seguros e da fácil maneio.
Os colaboradores, são simpáticos, prestáveis, e conhecedores.
Começam por explicar o funcionamento dos carros, prático e rápido.
Emprestam os óculos de protecção.
O passeio é fixe, muitas curvas, muitas descidas e subidas repletas de pedras e raízes, sempre acompanhados, e bem, pelos funcionários.
O caminho tem passagens pelo asfalto e tem paragens para tirar umas fotos.
Seguro para as crianças, cintos ajustáveis, e óculos também.
O passeio tem vistas fabulosas, troia, sado, tejo, lisboa, etc...
Tem seguro de passageiros.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
What a surprise this wine tasting experience turned out to be. Not only are the staff super friendly but the grounds are in a magnificent setting. The tour gives you a historical insight about the beginnings the wine. If you think that you will get a bouring visit of wine and wine barrels you will be presently surprised. The tour start in Africa and ends in Italy with a wide variety of African arts, amazing portugese tiles dating back hundreds of years and finishing off with typical portugese vintage and set deco furniture. Entry fee is rediculously low and real value for money. A place to visit even if you are not interested in wine or wine tasting.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
We took a small, professional, day tour that stopped at this lovely, small, family owned winery. While not what 'experienced' vineyard visitors might expect, it is a delightful little place. While not what 'worldly' wine connoisseur might describe, the wines are amazingly well awarded and in fact extremely inexpensive. So inexpensive in fact purchasing and consuming their best wines may be the sharpest wine investment you could make (with your spouse, friends and drinking guests anyway). Highly recommended by locals, it is well worth a stop, even if travel and the site time takes a morning or afternoon.
4.5 based on 340 reviews
This is a beautiful place.
Worth to visit just because of the architecture and the nice tiles mosaic.
The best are the stands and the people interacting in selling / buying products in a very lively atmosphere.
Take a seat in one of the bars and observe while enjoying a drink!
Grouped in sectors perfumes and colors will vary.
Fruits & vegetables in numerous colors and sizes.
Fish and sea food so attractive that is difficult to decide what to buy for lunch.
Butchers are set at the sides and will increase your difficulty to decide your next menu!
Bakers with various type of breads and florist complete the core of the stands present on site.
Only open in the morning, secure you are not hungry when you enter and that you have organized a lunch / dinner place for after the visit.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
It is a little difficult beach to find. You have to ask to locals and have to walh in dome difficut trails but is considered one of the most beautiful Beaches of Portugal. The turquoise waters, the isolated pkace preserve its beaury ( not in summer time). By boat id much easier to find it.
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