Praias setúbal arrábida
- Where to park at Arrábida Beach?
- How to get from Setubal to Sierra da Arrabida?
- Where to Park near Setúbal Beach?
- What is Setubal National Park?
- What are the best beaches in the Arrabida Natural Park?
- How do I get to Arrabida National Park?
- What is the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park?
- How to get to Arrábida Beach from Lisbon?
- How to get to Serra da Arrábida in Algarve by bus?
- What makes Serra da Arrábida Natural Park unique?
- What is Arrábida famous for?
- What is the best app for public transit in Setúbal?
Where to park at Arrábida Beach?
The bus stop is for the seasonal service that links the beaches of the Arrábida Natural Park to two parking lots in the summer -- one by the Secil factory and another above Praia do Creiro. It’s recommended that you park in Creiro, as this beach is then just a 15-minute walk away.
How to get from Setubal to Sierra da Arrabida?
Instead of driving along the coast (coming from Setubal), go direction Sierra da Arrabida. Make sure to stop along the way in any of the view points at the Sierra, the views are incredible.
Where to Park near Setúbal Beach?
Other beaches with parking nearby are Figueirinha, Galápos and Portinho da Arrábida. Take in consideration that between June and September, on weekends the road that access the beaches is only open in the Setúbal / Azeitão way.
What is Setubal National Park?
Natural Beauty! Founded in 1976, the park encompasses almost 70 square miles of land and sea nestled on the southernmost tip of the Setúbal Peninsula between Setúbal and Sesimbra.
What are the best beaches in the Arrabida Natural Park?
All the ones situated on the slope of the Arrabida Natural Park have the much desired characteristics, crystal clear waters and an idyllic setting. Leaving Setúbal and heading to Serra da Arrábida (Arrabida Natural Park), the first beach you will find is Albarquel.
How do I get to Arrabida National Park?
Simply take a day trip south across the River Tagus to the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park and you’ll find white sand and turquoise waters backed by greenery and limestone rocks. Click a link to skip to a specific section of my Arrabida travel guide:
What is the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park?
The Serra da Arrábida Natural Park (Parque Natural da Arrábida) covers an area of over 100 square kilometres and is only about a 30 minute drive south from the capital city of Lisbon. It was given protected status as a national park in 1976 to preserve its natural beauty.
How to get to Arrábida Beach from Lisbon?
The beaches on the Arrábida coast cant be reached by direct public transportation from Lisbon. You need to take the train or bus to Setúbal and then one or two buses, depending on the beach that you want to visit -- buses from Setúbal only go to Praia da Figueirinha, so for the other beaches mentioned above you need to take another bus from there.
You can get to Serra da Arrábida by Bus. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 230, 751, 754, 783 Want to see if there’s another route that gets you there at an earlier time? Moovit helps you find alternative routes or times. Get directions from and directions to Serra da Arrábida easily from the Moovit App or Website.
What makes Serra da Arrábida Natural Park unique?