The 10 Best Things to Do in Sao Martinho do Porto, Portugal

September 4, 2017 Roseanne Arnett

São Martinho do Porto is a freguesia (civil parish) in Alcobaça Municipality, in Oeste Subregion of Portugal. The population in 2011 was 2,868, in an area of 14.64 km². It was a town and county seat until 1855.
Restaurants in Sao Martinho do Porto

1. Baia de Sao Martinho do Porto

Avenida Marginal, Sao Martinho do Porto, Alcobaca 2460-096, Portugal
Excellent
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4.5 based on 379 reviews

Baia de Sao Martinho do Porto

Reviewed By Stein B

Very pleasant location with mostly Portuguese tourism. Highly recommended. I have travelled a lot in Europe and elsewhere and I am normally not easily impressed.

2. Daytours

Rua das Fontainhas, Benedita 2475-117, Portugal
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5 based on 11 reviews

Daytours

Specializing in private tourist tours for small groups in Portugal with focus in the western region. The Daytours is a company that is based on customer focus, quality, integrity and professionalism. The total satisfaction of our customers is for us an objective and therefore bet a service tailored to the preferences of each client.

Reviewed By vidajustino - Toronto, Canada

I wish everyone made exploring a new place so easy, enjoyable and stress free! Great communication through the booking process and quickly answered every question, no matter how trivial. .Daytours guide made it easy to find easily missed attractions along the route. Not a single venue was wasted. I enjoyed myself tremendously . I would definitely go with them again! From the time we were picked up at our door till we were dropped back, everything worked flawlessly.
But what made it special was Rodrigo - he was knowledgeable and had a delightful personality, and his love for Portugal was obvious. Rodrigo demonstrated great attention to detail, and was flexible enough to make adjustments to the itinerary when opportunities arose or when conditions demanded.
Although we are originally from Portugal, we engaged Daytours for this tour and we were more than satisfied. Keep up the great work, Rodrigo and team.

3. Bike Rent - Silvercoast

Rua das Ramalheiras | Urb. dos Cabecinhos Lote 12 Nr. 2, Alfeizerao 2460-141, Portugal +351 910 572 262
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Bike Rent - Silvercoast

A bike rental with E-bikes MTB trekking roadbikes and kidsbikes. You can rent for a day 3days week or longer. We deliver the bikes at your holiday home or you can pick up yourself. We also have babyseats,panniers helmets GPS and smartphone holders. If you like we have a english spoken portugees guide. We are situated close to the bay of Sao Martinho do Porto.

Reviewed By Richard G

Friendly and convenient to reach from surrounding towns. Good quality e-bikes that took us 50Km through orchards and up high between the towns of Nazare and Sao Martinho do Porto with a drop down to the beach at Salgado for lunch.Thanks Richard and Liz. We were happy that you had a great tour and good wheater.

4. Miradouro do Suberco

Largo do Elevador | Sítio do Promontório, Nazare 2450-142, Portugal
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4.5 based on 351 reviews

Miradouro do Suberco

Reviewed By Ray V - Chaves, Portugal

People come up to the top of this high hill for the view. Despite the crowds it is still worth climbing to the top by the cable car. In the space of 15 minutes the car covers a distance of 318 meters (50 of which are in a tunnel) with a slope of 42%. Adults pay 1.20€ and children .90€.

5. Foz do Arelho Beach

Foz do Arelho 2500, Portugal
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4.5 based on 250 reviews

Foz do Arelho Beach

Reviewed By Nicky P - Bristol, United Kingdom

Stunning, very natural, not over taken by the usual sun beds restaurants. Very friendly people good English speaking, clean, can be windy, and can be hilly, depending where you stay, we were at the far end of Foz, supermarket was 30 min walk, a car not essential as taxi was easily obtained.

6. Praia Foz do Arelho

Avenida do Mar, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal
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4.5 based on 465 reviews

Praia Foz do Arelho

Reviewed By Ies K - Caldas da Rainha, Portugal

Beautiful beach for young and old. Ocean side or Lagoon side, you choose. The lagoon side is safe for kids and the ocean side is heavy and challenging

7. Monastery of Alcobaca

Praca 25 de Abril, Alcobaca 2460-018, Portugal +351 262 505 128
Excellent
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Monastery of Alcobaca

Reviewed By mschmitt255 - Waterloo, Canada

This Cistercian monastery built between 1178-1834 features superb gothic architecture even though the entrance is designed in the Baroque style. The monastery features the Hall of Kings, a beautiful cloister, refectory hall, original kitchen and dormitory. You can imagine what life would have been like in this monastery. This is well worth the visit.

8. Praia do Salgado

Sao Martinho do Porto, Alcobaca, Portugal +351 262 568 276
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4.5 based on 108 reviews

Praia do Salgado

Reviewed By Chloe S

We intended to spend the day on the beach at Sao Martinez, it was so crammed we couldn't park anywhere and we're stuck in traffic jams. Found a back route that bypassed the town totally and led us past fields to Salgado. It is a little tricky to find and only one restaurant and a small cafe nearby up the mountain. Only locals seemed to be here. The beach was beautifully clean, lovely Mountains, soft sand and turquoise water. The day we visited the waves were seriously huge however. At least 10 feet high so life guard was manning the shore line to ensure no swimming. Not that I would have been crazy enough to attempt it anyway! Still a beautiful spot despite the ability to swim. Watching the waves crash was an activity in itself! Took my 2 year old accompanied by my parents who are in their 60s. We all enjoyed it! Was great to be away from the crowds!

9. O Sitio

Top of the Cliff, Nazare 2450-076, Portugal
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

O Sitio

Reviewed By Ch00klady - Western Australia, Australia

O Sitio was a great place away from the crowd's of downtown Nazare - what spectacular views! There were tourist shops, cafes, restaurants and little grocery stores close to the centre. Steps lead down the cliffs into Nazare, or if you don't want to walk, there is a cable car available for a small fee.

10. Parque Dom Carlos I

Parque Dom Carlos I, Caldas da Rainha 2500-109, Portugal +351 968 033 714
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4.5 based on 257 reviews

Parque Dom Carlos I

Reviewed By Christine G - Deux-Sevres, France

Opposite hotel Sana Siver Coast and great to walk and sit and read. Locals use this a lot at weekends and the ambiance is great.

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