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We were at the Berlengas island in the mid of september. It was great because on the land in Peniche it was very foggy and cold. On the other side on the berlengas island it was sunny and nice temperature. I woud recomended it for...More
We did the tour with feeling Berlengas. I would recommend the speedboat trip it's great fun and worth the money. We booked the glass boat tour with it and it was not that spectacular but worth it and they gave a nice explanation during the...More
It makes for a beautiful summer day trip. Because of previous irregularities, visits to the small islands are limited, so you have to book your trip in a defined time slot, that usually is no longer than 5h (including the transfer itself), meaning that there...More
Sorry but the lady who gave it 1 star must be one of those tourists who go abroad and spend whole week in all inclusive hotel, sweating next to the pool.
The boat ride was scary yes. We took “Feeling Berlenga” yellow speed boat. That...More
Truly beautiful islands just off the coast of Peniche, Portugal north of Lisbon with crystal clear waters and dramatic red rock cliffs. The islands have a rich history of pirates and use as a protective stronghold to guard the coast with a brilliant fort to...More
After reading all the glowing reviews about the trip from other visitors we decided to give it a go. We found it difficult to book a boat crossing as it was in the height of the summer and boat trips were in high demand.
We went with the fast boat from Peniche to Belengas. Wth the whole family, and we had a wonderful magic day. The kids loved it so much that they still talk about it now. Its a great daytrip- take wetsuits so you can jump in...More
For a day trip this is one of the best places you can visit in Portugal. 1 hour away from Lisbon, you can enjoy a great day by the beach, or climb to the highest point in the island and just enjoy the peaceful views...More
We visited this island as a family. Best time I think would be late morning as the weather tends to be cloudy in Peniche in the morning. There is a small beach and a walking trail. We enjoyed the grottos tour as well.
It is an impressive island in the middle of the Atlantic. It takes around 30 minutes and cost around 18€ in a bout that you can take from Peniche. It has a little beach that normally has too many people but is worth going. Another...More
Response from Elisabeth N | Reviewed this property |
Hi - 6 h is not too long. There is a nice walk, little restaurants at the port and you can book a snorkeling or boat tour into the caves. Like this the 6 hours just fly and you will be sad to leave already 😉