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Peniche, at the foot of the Atlantic Ocean and the westernmost city in Europe, enjoys a privileged climate. It has Portugal's largest traditional port and it also has excellent infrastructure for tourism and to practice activities linked to the sea. Take advantage of your visit and enjoy the natural wonders of Portugal, pactice surf or go for a walk along the dock.


The Berlengas Islands are located about 10 kilometers from the coast and are one of the best natural reserves in the world. The archipelago consists of three island groups: Berlenga Grande, Estelas and Farilhões.

The Berlenga Island is the largest of the three and during the summer months you can visit: Praia do Carreior, Berlenga's lighthouse and Forte de S. João Baptista. João Baptista. Moreover, there are several tours perfect for hiking lovers.


From the fortress you will enjoy magnificent views of the coast and Consolaçao beach. The Fortress of Peniche used to be the largest point of entry in Portugal by sea. Along its history, it had diverse uses but nowadays it is the City Museum.

Access to the fortress is free.


Peniche is wellknown for its Supertubos beach, home of numerous international championships related to this surfing category. That is why Peniche is one the most important surfing destinations in Portugal and Southern Europe.