Discover the best top things to do in Setubal, Portugal including Arrabida Natural Park, Troia Beach, Castelo de Palmela, Mercado do Livramento, Praia Atlantica de Soltroia, Praia de Galapinhos, Figueirinha Beach, Casa da Baia – Centro de Promocao Turistica, Fort of Sao Filipe, KIP - Kartodromo Internacional de Palmela.
Restaurants in Setubal
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 382 reviews
Had ny birthday party at Castelo de Palmela at Bobo da Corte they had the medieval festival on the day and were lovely to be part of it the view is out of this world and a must do for any visiter one cannot beleave that the castle were build over a thousand years ago and still standing
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 296 reviews
In the internet, the photos always look Paradise, but in the reality, it is a small beach, and almost impossible to walk, with so much people there. It is not bad, but I think it does not worth the effort to go there.
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Came across this beach by accident whilst exploring. It has a blue flag which means it has every facility from life guards to disabled access. There is a lively coffee shop which serves the best custard donuts and a restaurant attached with a good menu. The beach is huge with kayaks for hire. Great parking close by.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
The "House of the Bay - Center for Tourism Promotion ", is an authentic business card of the region of Setubal. The space, which functions in a building from the XVIII century, includes a tourist service area and a wine area, with a wine cellar where all the region's producers are represented. The cloisters function as a winter garden, giving support to the cafeteria where you can taste the famous muscatel of Setubal. This is the ideal space for two or a family to visit, relax and get to know better, everything Setubal has to offer.
I visited the wine shop and was really pleased to see so many bottles from producers of the area. Prices were really good, basically covering all ranges. They also had a selection of other products, like jams, teas and beers.
I definitely recommend visiting this shop!
4.5 based on 166 reviews
The best thing about this place is the perfect view you get. Setúbal, Tróia, the sea and the mountain, all together in one place. It is also worth visit for the building itself, but unfortunately it is not very well maintained. It has been lately inaccessible to the public, one can just hope it's due to renovations and good maintenance for increasing the interest of a visit.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Probably the best track i have ever seen it was like a formula 1 circuit not to be missed if you like cars and speed very close to the Arribida resort and golf academy hotel and good restaurants a must visit if in the area
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