Things to see and do - Setúbal
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Setúbal Travel guide
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Setúbal, the birth place of singer Luisa Todi and the poet Manual M.B. du Bocage, is an industrial city, a port and a tourist stop, located on the road into Alentejo and the Algarve. There is an old district which has narrow lanes that contrast with the wide avenues of the modern town. Its muscat wine and orange jam is particularly enjoyable.
Tourist attractions Setúbal : Things to see and do
Nacional 10 P - Setúbal
From the Serra de Arrábida ridge there are views to the left of Mt Formosinho (499m), the highest point in the range, and to the right the site of Portinho and the Sado estuary. Below is the Franciscan Friary of Arrábida (founded in 1542), and numero..
Av. Luisa Todi P - 2910 Setúbal
The old district with narrow alleys is mainly pedestrianised and has preserved its picturesque nature. There are some interesting monuments there.
R. Acácio Barradas P - 2910 Setúbal
Built of Arrabida marble in 1491, it was designed by Boytac. This is the first demonstration of the Manueline art. The walls are partly covered in azulejos from the 17C. The Museu de Jesus is set up in the Gothic cloister of the church. The galleries..
Rua Prof Augusto Gomes,3 P - 2910-123 Setúbal
Prix Prices from : 45 €
Hotel Isidro is located within a 3-minute drive from the centre of Setúbal. The green areas of the Arrábida Natural Park are a 9-minute drive from the property. All the comfortable rooms provide air conditioning, cable TV, telephone, free WiFi, safe..
Av Alexandre Herculano nº58 P - 2900-206 Setúbal
Rua De São Cristóvão, 14 P - 2900 611 Setúbal
The Hotel Bocage is situated just 200 metres from Setúbal’s central Praça do Bocage Square and a 2-minute walk from the harbour which connects with Tróia Island. It offers simple rooms with a private bathroom and is a 5 minutes’ drive from white sand..