Initially a small fishing village, the beautiful mountains and the Atlantic Ocean made Sesimbra a tourism and leisure destination of excellence.
Come enjoy all the beauty and activities that Sesimbra has to offer!
While visiting Sesimbra there are several places you should visit. Know which ones:
National monument. Located on a hilltop, it was reconquered by D. Afonso Henriques in 1165 and its the birthing place of this village.
Known for its imposing view of the Atlantic Ocean, this cape is surronded by mysticism and religious legends.
One of the country's most important fishing ports. It has found a new calling as a place to practice nautical sports and other activities.
A 17th century military building that served as a summer residence for Kings and Princes. Today it is used as a tourism office, an exhibition place and for other cultural activities.
Located on a hilltop, it was founded by an illigitimate child of King D. João II. Recognized for its beauty, it was the humble home of monks and hermites.
Sesimbra is particularly popular as a place for nautical sports. Know what you can do here:
Have fun at Sesimbra's Port while diving, sailing, canoeing and others.
Sesimbra's weather conditions are favorable for extreme sports like paragliding.
Have an adrenaline rush in Sesimbra mountains.
Recreational fishing is a popular activity in Sesimbra.
The sea’s essential role in Sesimbra is reflected on the village’s gastronomic specialities where fish is the main ingredient. Taste them!
Traditional fish stew dish done in the Sesimbra's style.
Popular portuguese soup made with Sesimbra's fresh fish.
Very popular dish among portuguese people that you can enjoy in Sesimbra.
A Sesimbra traditional delicacy whose ingredients include grounded almonds, egg yolk and sugar.
Sesimbra has a priviledged location, right next to Lisbon and other interesting places. Get to know which ones:
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Cosmopolitan town with a beautiful bay. It's a former fishing village combined with the aristocratic life.
Exit point of the Portuguese discoveries! Along the river you'll find a huge range of landmarks.
World Heritage site since 1986. It’s known mostly for its history and for the local university.
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