Peniche Boats & yachts

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From Peniche: Fast Boat Berlengas Archipelago Round-Trip

1. From Peniche: Fast Boat Berlengas Archipelago Round-Trip

With calm beaches, clear waters, and an unspeakable beauty, the archipelago of Berlengas is the perfect day trip from Peniche.  Located approximately 7 miles away from Cape Carvoeiro, in Peniche, the archipelago consists of 3 island groups: Berlenga Grande, Estelas and Farilhões-Forcadas. The archipelago is also considered part UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The ferry will take you from Peniche to Berlengas, where you will be able to enjoy and explore the island on your own. You will have close to 4 hours to explore the archipelago before boarding the return ferry to the starting point.

Peniche: Berlengas Island Trip, Hiking and Cave Tour

2. Peniche: Berlengas Island Trip, Hiking and Cave Tour

Discover the archipelago of Berlengas on a day trip from Peniche. Cross the sea in a glass-bottomed boat, explore the caves on a tour, and relax on the beach. Begin your day with a ferry ride to the Berlegnas archipelago on a glass-bottomed boat. As you ride, enjoy views beneath the waves of flitting fish. When you disembark, stroll on the warm beaches and enjoy the sounds of the waves calmly lapping at the shore. Join a local hiking tour to learn about Berlenga’s cultural and historical significance and explore the island's geography. After your hike, go into the mysterious caves of the area before returning by ferry.

Peniche: Berlenga Island Trip and Cave Tour

3. Peniche: Berlenga Island Trip and Cave Tour

Enjoy a trip to Berlengas Island on a fast boat and visit the caves while looking down through the glass bottom. Admire the outside and inside of different caves, like the Elephant cave, Dream cave, Furado Grande, and more. Afterward, take some time on your own to explore the Island. Walk the beach, gaze up at the lighthouse, discover Forte S. João Batista, and walk the Island's trails. Meet your guide and board a semi-rigid boat or sports yacht. Head toward Berlengas Island, an eco-haven with a visitor limit, so you can experience its true beauty without the crowds. First, take a short tour around the island and learn all about the different caves, while gazing at the underwater marine life through the glass-bottom boat. Spot the Elephant cave and feel amazed at the way the natural rock formations resemble the trunk and face of a great elephant. At the dream cave, take in one of nature's masterpieces and learn of its history. Then, at Furado Grande, learn why it translates to Big Hole and how it stretches across the entire island. Take your time afterward to guide yourself around the Island. Look out over the turquoise waters from the beach. Walk up to the lighthouse and imagine yourself alone. Then understand more of Portugal's history by examining the remains of Forte S. Joao Batista. Feel free to bring your own snacks, or some extra cash with you to buy them on the Island during the months of May through September.

Peniche: Berlengas Roundtrip and Glass-Bottom Boat Cave Tour

4. Peniche: Berlengas Roundtrip and Glass-Bottom Boat Cave Tour

Start your tour by meeting your captain at the harbor of Peniche. Take a ferry towards the Berlengas archipelago, where your glass-bottom boat trip will take place. Then, take a 30-minute cruise around Berlengas, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that includes various nature conservation sites. Look down into the clear waters and spot marine life. You will also enter some caves, such as the Blue Cave and the São João Batista Cave.

Berlengas The Atlantic Frontier: Day Tour from Lisbon

5. Berlengas The Atlantic Frontier: Day Tour from Lisbon

On this full-day excursion you'll start at the city of Peniche, a traditional fishing village, where you'll find a boat waiting to take your group to Berlenga Island. After arriving at the island, you’ll then board a smaller boat in order to see St. John the Baptist Fort. Built in the 17th century, the fort was an important part of the shore defence system. Hear stories about the brave soldiers who defended it during the attack by the Spanish fleet. Take a walk back to the port along the authorized paths of the nature reserve, admiring the amazing views in this UNESCO Biosphere Heritage Site. At the port, you’ll have some free time for lunch (not included), or for a quick swim or snorkeling (equipment provided) at the beach nearby. There is just 1 restaurant on the Island, but it is of good quality and fresh fish is always available. If you bring a snack with you on the trip, you’ll find the island’s only beach just steps away. Snorkeling here is a good option, as undersea life is abundant and the waters are calm. After lunch, you’ll have a chance to kayak around the island if you like. The island cliffs are full of caves, and you can kayak through them. For the less active, there’s the option of touring the caves in a small glass-bottom boat. Afterwards, you’ll head back the mainland for the return trip to Lisbon.

From Sesimbra: Arrábida Natural Park Kayak and Caves Tour

6. From Sesimbra: Arrábida Natural Park Kayak and Caves Tour

Depart from Sesimbra and discover the beauty of Arrábida's Natural Park. Go into the protected area of Arrábida and explore the different types of habitats, from mountains to the sea. Venture along the coast on a kayak to discover sacred caves that are only accessible by the sea. Find a secret beach on your way towards the remarkable karst formation of Frade's cave. Enjoy the coastal landscape and get up close to the impressive rock formations with your guide's help. On our way back to Sesimbra, stop on the peaceful beach of Ribeira do Cavalo. Enjoy a snack and swim in the transparent and calm waters, surrounded by dramatic rock formations. Taste some typical sweets from the region to cap off this amazing experience.

Peniche: Dolphin Route Boat Trip

7. Peniche: Dolphin Route Boat Trip

Enjoy a 2-hour tour departing from Peniche Marina that will take you around the coast. Along the way, you’ll spot a variety of sea life that may include sharks, turtles, seabirds, and dolphins. The most commonly spotted dolphin is the Roaz Corvineiro, also known as the common bottlenose dolphin. As you travel along the west coast by boat, you’ll be able to see dolphins in their natural habitat. In this region, the dolphins can reach 4-meters in length and be up to 45-years old.

From Peniche: 1-Hour Cabo Carvoeiro Boat Tour

8. From Peniche: 1-Hour Cabo Carvoeiro Boat Tour

Cabo Carvoeiro is located at the western end of the Peniche peninsula in an area of great scenic beauty. Witness its geological formations at Náu do Corvos and be impressed by jutting rocks. Feel the adrenaline of a high-speed boat ride as your tour the coastline. Meet your skipper and set out into the sea to tour the Peniche coastline. Start off at a low speed and make several stops to take photos and admire beautiful rock formations. Stop at Náu do Corvos and then prepare for an adrenaline-fueled journey towards Consolação. Reach speeds up to 40 knots as you zip through the sea.

Peniche: Traction Buoy or Banana Boat Adventure

9. Peniche: Traction Buoy or Banana Boat Adventure

Hop on board an inflatable traction buoy or a 5 seat banana boat for an ultra-fun adventure. Bounce across the crystal clear waters of Peniche along with your family and friends. Departing from Peniche Marina, your exciting ride will last for approximately 30 minutes and is offered multiple times throughout the day. An experienced captain will make sure you are having a marvelous time by increasing the speed and spinning the boat as you feel the adrenaline on the ocean.

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What people are saying about Peniche

Overall rating

3.4 / 5

based on 7 reviews

A fun day. The boat tour in the caves was very cool. The guides were fun and informative. The fort is neat to visit but the hike there was a little sketchy. I was glad I didn’t have to hike the same trail back, instead the boat will pick you up at the fort and take you directly on the cave tour.

All very well. We went on one of the speedboats and didn't get wet at all. Tuesday was great. The boat very comfortable and the Feeling Betlangas staff very attentive.

The guided tours to and in the Berlengas by feeling berlenga was unbelievable! Andrea and Tomas was very helpful and kind.

Very well organised and lovely staff. The archipelago was absolutely stunning! What an amazing place to visit

Many emotions! A trip to Berlengas that in one day compensates us with nature and adventure!!