Observation of the resident community of bottlenose dolphins of the Sado River. Guided boat tour – visiting the Sado estuary and the Arrábida coast.... must go.
Dolphins > this is where you can book a sightseeing tour to meet the dolphin colony that lives in the Sado river.
“In the ruins there are traces of the one that has been a huge production complex of canned and fish sauces belonging to the Roman Empire. The excavations that took place in these ruins in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries have left the uncovered several workshops of salt, a spa, a mausoleum, a residential nucleus, a Paleochristian basilica, several necropolises and a rotaaquaria (water Wheel)The visit to the Roman ruins of Troy includes the two great workshops of salt, the baths, the mausoleum and its necropolis and also the residential core of the Princess Street. Besides these sites the Basilica Paleochristian can also be visited but only in the course of guided tours. ”
“Visit the market and be captivated! fresh fish, fruit, cheese, meat, bio products, pastry, oyster tasting, bread... everything you can imagine you can buy it here... talk with the locals and enjoy a "bifana" in one of the inside bars of the market.”
“The river SADO cove was the first in Portugal to join the restrict Club of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World.”
“The surf school in Comporta is based at Carvalhal beach If you are a beginner or if you go for an experince with your family then surfing in Comporta at Carvalhal beach is just perfect. Daniel and Ana are teachers and my friends.They are very kind and they can give you an amazing experience www.surfincomporta.com/ Phone: +351 967 566 192 I suggest you to book”