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Sesimbra is one of the most beautiful fishing villages in Portugal. It’s a village full of narrow alleyways and streets full of art. Has a pleasant marginal avenue, a towering castle with superb views over the bay of Sesimbra and Arrábida and a gastronomy that leaves anyone salivating. Is a dream getaway.

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Sesimbra Castle
Portuguese castles on the sea

Sesimbra’s Castle is the last of the Portuguese castles on the sea to maintain the medieval design. It was classified as a National Monument in 1910 and brings together several reasons of interest. It's possible to walk along its walls and admire the unique views over the Sesimbra town and the sea.

Santiago Fortress
Cultural space

It was built 365 years ago at a time when danger came from the sea and as maritime boundaries had to be defended, it was meticulously restored in 2014 so visitors can understand the original functions of each space. From the storerooms area to the Governor's house, through the dormitories, giving you an idea of how these fortifications worked. It's a cultural space that helps different kinds of events like exhibitions, musical performances. It also contains Sesimbra’s Maritime Museum.

It's a symbol of Sesimbra, in a true house of culture and a mandatory point of passage for all who visit us.

Praia da California
A long sandy extension

Praia da Califórnia is located in the eastern part of the Bay of Sesimbra, and generally presents a very calm sea and a long sandy extension. The clear blue water is very hard to resist despite the water temperature that is usually around 19ºC.

Praia Ribeiro do Cavalo
Paradise ideal for nature lovers

Praia do Ribeiro do Cavalo is a small secluded paradise ideal for nature lovers. Unlike most beaches in Portugal, Praia do Ribeiro do Cavalo does not have any road access.

To access Praia do Ribeiro do Cavalo it can be by sea (there are several boat transport services in Sesimbra) or by a small but winding pedestrian trail.

Once in Sesimbra, head towards Porto de Abrigo from the fishing village / Camping do Forte do Cavalo. Shortly after the port of Abrigo de Sesimbra the tar road gives way to a dirt road. The trail is well signposted, it is about 1km long, it is advisable to wear suitable walking shoes.

Arrábida Natural Park
For nature lovers

The Arrábida Natural Park is a must see specially for nature lovers, it won this title in 1976. It has an area of 10,000 hectares and 500 meters of altitude. The beauty of the natural park is not limited to beaches and breathtaking landscapes. There you can also find rare animal and plant species and ancient caves.

This area has so much to see! Start your tour with a road trip along the winding roads of the natural park, take one of Arrábida's many hiking trails to access superb views of the Atlantic, discover abandoned convents, forts and palaces and at the end of the day take a dip in one of its paradisiacal beaches.

Farol do Cabo Espichel
One of the oldest in Portugal, built in 1790.

At the end of the 18th century, the Marquis of Pombal had a network of lighthouses built to make it safer, including that of Cabo Espichel, one of the oldest in Portugal, built in 1790.
It opens to the public, once a week, at the initiative of the Portuguese Navy. It's possible to admire the landscape from the top of the 32 meter tower is, in itself, a unique experience worth the 135 stone steps and 15 iron steps that must be climbed to get there, but along the route there is much more to discover.

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