Sesimbra’s “Farinha Torrada”

A visit to Sesimbra cannot end without tasting its most typical sweet: “Farinha Torrada” (toasted flour). A family tradition, “Farinha Torrada” is associated with the fishing activity, as it was taken to sea by fishermen some considering it the "energy…

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A Thousand Landscapes by the Sea - From Lagoa to Meco

The Lagoa de Albufeira, the deepest of Portugal, is the beginning of a tour along the coast of Sesimbra. In its midst, the calm waters are perfect for kite surfing, paddle or canoeing. At the eastern end, Estacada and Lagoa…

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Sesimbra Homemade Bread

Bread is one of the oldest and most important foods we know. While its confection is very simple - flour, water, salt and yeast - the secrets of a perfect loaf of bread are immemorial and are typically passed from…

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A day in Sesimbra

When we arrive in Sesimbra, our gaze is immediately held by the immensity of the sea. The bay, flanked by Serra da Arrábida to the east and by the Harbour to the west, stands out in a perfect curve.

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10 ideas for those visiting Sesimbra

Sesimbra has a privileged coastline, with some of the most beautiful beaches of Portugal. However, there are many other interesting sites for your holiday.

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