Welcome to Estremadura & Ribatejo

These days the region draws visitors not only to these renowned monasteries, but also to its vineyards, beaches, castles and historic villages – and Fátima, modern Portugal’s premier religious shrine.

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$46.03 Outdoor Activities

Hiking Tour Caldeirão Verde in Small Groups

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Green Cauldron (Caldeirao Verde)Caldeirão Verde, SantanaDuration: 5 hours

$28.77 Water Sports

Surfski kayaking

Meet us in the local Douro marina Afurada. We will meet at the Douro Academy which is located in the Douro marina, address - Afurada, Rua da praia 430, Vila Nova de Gaia  Meeting time 11am please try be 5minutes early. You may get wet! Which means you should pack a towel and a change of clothes! We do supply wetsuits at no extra cost! please nite that you should wear something under the wetsuits like swimming kit or anything suitable for getting wet in. Once we are all in our wetsuits we will grab the lifejackets, paddles and Surfski's. Then we will head to the small beach infant of our academy to talk over the basics of Surfski paddling and how to Surfski paddle. Once we have the basic understanding of Surfski we will et up the boats and enter the water for some Surfski fun!

$43.16 Cultural & Theme Tours

Private Tour from Lisbon to Sintra, Cabo da Roca, Cascais and Estoril

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Centro Historico de SintraThe amazing Sintra is the place where romanticism stopped looking for a place to live. Discover Sintra recognized by Unesco as World Heritage, topped by a castle and brimful of palaces.Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Cabo da RocaThe most Western point on the European mainland and admire this amazing landscape.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Centro Historico de CascaisA old fisherman village that now catches tourists instead of fish, it's now a cosmopolitan town with is wonderful beaches.Duration: 1 hourPass By: Casino EstorilPanoramic view of Estoril.

$51.79 Outdoor Activities

Canyoning First Experience

Canyoning, known as canyoneering in the U.S., is traveling down canyons and streams using a variety of techniques that include hiking, jumping, rappelling, tobogganing, and/or swimming. Rappelling off waterfalls is one of the most attractive things to do in the Azores. Canyoning is ideal for all ages, groups, and events (birthdays, bachelor/bachelorette parties, work groups, scouts, etc.)! It is frequently done in remote wilderness settings, offering spectacular views of rock walls and waterfalls and a connection to nature’s beauty.We should meet at our office, where we will check all the gear to fit you.We also can provide pick-up & drop-off if you request. For pick-up / drop-off we charge 5 euros per person.

$63.29 Private & Custom Tours

Natural Heritage, Caves, Water Springs and Salt Pans from Nazaré

The day begins with a short visit to Porto de Mós Medieval Castle, built on the ruins of an ancient Roman stand guard. Continue the tour travelling along mountain roads that lead to the Serra d’Aire and Candeeiros Natural Park where we will visit the largest and most impressive portuguese natural caves, that can be compared to a huge underground cathedral. The next stop will be at the Pia do Urso sensory Park, where we can take a thirty minutes stroll along the pedestrian circuit, followed by free time for lunch. After lunch, visit the Olhos de Água do Alviela, one of the most important water springs in Portugal. Alcanede, a small town known for its quarries and the estuary salt-pans of Rio Maior are some of the main natural treasures of the region. Return at 6pm to your accommodation in Nazaré.

$20.71 Tours & Sightseeing

Sintra City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Sintra is an elegant and beautiful city, boasting countless multi-coloured buildings, palaces and many forests. It may be one of Portugal’s more relaxed cities, but there is still many sights for tourists to explore! Hop-on at Stop 1, the Estacao de Caminhos de Ferro (Sintra Railway Station) and start your City Sightseeing adventure! Hop-off and explore popular tourist spots, including the amazing Pena Palace. It's striking multi-coloured exterior makes it stand out along the city's skyline - making it a must-see attraction during your visit to Sintra. Passengers can also dive into the city's history at attractions such as the Castelo dos Mouros. Not only will you learn a little more about Sintra, but it's hilltop location means you can also enjoy amazing panoramic views as you explore. Take a break from its historic sights and wonderful architectures and hop-off at the amazing Portao dos Lagos. Here, take a stroll through the enchanting forests that fill Sintra, or even take a picnic to enjoy in the woodland or by the lake! If you'd prefer something a little more relaxing, hop-off at the famous Colares Wine Cellar and indulge in some wine tasting (Over 18's only). Once you’re done here, you can also enjoy a stroll down to the stunning Praia Grande Beach and finish off your exploration through Sintra by relaxing along the coast and admiring the sea views. The tour stops along the route include: Estação de Caminhos de Ferro Palácio Nacional de Sintra Portão dos Lagos Castelo dos Mouros Palácio Nacional da Pena Igreja de S. Pedro de Penaferrim Volta do Duche Passengers can join the tour at any of the tour stops mentioned above. Buses depart from each stop between every 30-60 minutes, depending on the season and the local traffic.

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