Once a maritime superpower, Portugal is a fascinating country with a stunning coastal landscape: rugged cliffs and secluded bays, deep blue Atlantic waters, and long stretches of sandy dunes next to gorgeous beaches. Sailing in Portugal is a great way to discover the remains of an ancient kingdom with spectacular seaside landscapes, and great food and wine served at waterfront restaurants by some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. Rent a boat in Portugal and go sailing in Lisbon or Cascais - two of our favorite boating destinations on the Atlantic coast. Hop aboard your boat in Lisbon and enjoy a sightseeing tour or a Tagus river cruise. If you are planning to go sailing in Cascais, get ready to see playful dolphins coming close to your boat and grab your snorkeling gear for an underwater adventure! If you’re in doubt about things you can do if you rent a boat in Portugal, make sure to check out the recommendations of our local team. Sailing around Lisbon or having an exciting fishing experience while sailing in Cascais are just two of them. Read on...
Hop aboard your sailing trip starting from beautiful Portimao. On dry land, you can explore the boardwalk, enjoy a seafood meal, or zip around the go-kart track at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve.
Be sure to take lots of pictures of this charming town. Among its attractions are the ruins of a hilltop castle, a Roman bridge, and Gothic and Renaissance churches. Enjoy lunch at its various restaurants and explore the cobblestone streets.
Vila Real is a relaxed and peaceful town with many things to see and do. Some of the most popular attractions include the Monte Gordo, the town square Praça Marquês de Pombal, exhibits and events in the Centro Cultural António Aleixo, and the Museu de Manuel Cabanas.
Back to our starting point, the beautiful Portimao. Before you end your vacation, you can explore the boardwalk, enjoy a seafood meal, or zip around the go-kart track at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve.
Our starting point is Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolis after Lisbon. It's a beautiful old city with hills overlooking the vast Douro River. The main attractions are the 14th-century São Francisco church and the local port wine cellars.
Back to our starting point, Porto, which is Portugal’s second-largest metropolis after Lisbon. It's a beautiful old city with hills overlooking the vast Douro River. The main attractions are the 14th-century São Francisco church and the local port wine cellars.