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  1. Portugal
  2. Lisbon Metropolitan Area
  3. Setubal

Setubal: 3-Hour Boat Adventure with Lunch

Product ID: 205944
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Experience a fun and unique way to encounter Setúbal. Aboard a beautiful boat chartered for up to 8 people, you will visit secluded beaches, splash in the water, and look for dolphins in the wild throughout a sunny 3-hour adventure.
About this activity
Duration: 5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Spanish, English, Portuguese
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Watch the Sado dolphins in their natural habitat
  • Dive into the crystal clear waters
  • Have lunch at a typical Portinho da Arrábida restaurant
Full description
After gathering at the tour meeting point, you will board your motorboat for your 3-hour adventure out on the water. You will visit a deserted beach that can only be accessed by boat, diving into the crystal clear waters and taking the chance to spot dolphins in the wild.

You can also admire the Arrábida Mountain Range from the oceans, as you travel by Figueirinha, Galapos, Galapinhos and Coelhos Beaches, and Pedra da Anicha. Throughout your exclusive experience for just 8 people and under, you will travel with your experienced captain and crew with drinks included.

Throughout your tour, you will be taken to a typical restaurant in Portinho da Arrabida where you will sit down for an authentic lunch. At the conclusion of your 3-hour experience, you will be returned back to the pier where your crew will bid you farewell.
  • 3-hour boat trip
  • Captain and crew
  • Drinks onboard
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant in Portinho da Arrabida
  • Fuel
Not suitable for
  • Children under 2 years

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Meeting point

Doca das Fontaínhas. Av. Jaime Rebelo

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Organized by

Captain Arrabida

Product ID: 205944