Setúbal Boat Rentals
Nossa Senhora Da Anunciada, Setúbal
Setúbal is a seaside town in Portugal, about a 40-minute drive south from Lisbon. It’s a charming town for travelers who would prefer to explore the natural beauty of Portugal, instead of staying in a busy city. It has access to stunning beaches, classic Portuguese restaurants, and other cultural experiences to enjoy for visitors. The architecture is classic Portuguese, with colorful buildings and red roofs, beautiful promenades, and of course, Portuguese tilework on buildings. You can also get around by bus and public transport, but it may be more difficult to access remote areas like the nature reserves around Setúbal.
The best time of year to visit Setúbal is during the shoulder seasons of summer, in the months of April and May or September and October. The winters in this part of Portugal are mild, but it will be too cold to sunbathe or enjoy a swim. The weather in late spring and autumn can also be a great time to visit, with smaller crowds and more affordable accommodation prices than during the summer.
To get to Setúbal, the easiest way from an international origin is to take a flight to Lisbon and either drive or take a taxi. Renting a car is also a great idea to explore Portugal, you can see lots of little towns in the surrounding area of Setúbal and Lisbon.
Boat Rentals in Setúbal
Renting a boat while in Setúbal is a wonderful way to enjoy the natural beauty of Portugal from a new perspective. Rent or charter a boat and spend hours cruising in the Atlantic and the bays around Setúbal. On a powerboat rental from Setúbal, you'll be able to cruise around the Atlantic and explore the shoreline leading up to Lisbon and other towns on the Ocean in this region of Portugal.
Kayak and paddleboard rentals in Setúbal are a great option for active travelers. Rent or take a guided tour and spend a day paddling yourself around the coastline, getting in a workout while on vacation and seeing the natural beauty of Setúbal up close.
For water sports enthusiasts, Portugal is a great place in the summer. Learn how to kitesurf in Setúbal from a professional who can show you the ropes.
Regular wave surfing is very popular in Portugal, and Setúbal is no exception. You can rent a surfboard and play in the waves on your own, or take a lesson. Surfing is a great way to enjoy the ocean and get some exercise while on vacation.
Scuba diving is a popular activity to enjoy on the water in Setúbal, and you can book a scuba charter through GetMyBoat. Explore beneath the surface of the Atlantic and see lots of fish and marine animals.
For anglers looking to make a big catch, there are lots of fishing charters to choose from in Setúbal. Head out for a day of deep sea fishing with an experienced captain to take you to the best spots around Setúbal. You’ll catch lots of different fish, and can choose to go fishing in the open ocean, or on the Tajo river if you prefer.
To see dolphins and whales in their natural habitat, book a dolphin tour leaving from Setúbal and interact with these creatures in the wild. Eco-tours are the best way for you and your family to see dolphins and whales up close, and you’ll get to enjoy a boat ride in the process.
Sailing around Setúbal is a wonderful way to spend a day. Soak up the sun from the deck of your boat, stop for a swim, and see coves and caverns along the coastline. A sailing charter on a catamaran or monohull sailboat from Setúbal is a luxurious experience to enjoy during your visit.
Boating Events in Setúbal
There are various sailing regattas around Setúbal during the summer, which are fun to watch for spectators as beautiful sailboats cruise around the waters and sailors compete.
Other Things To Do
While on land in Setúbal, there are plenty of stunning places to visit. Enjoy the natural beauty of the nature park of Arrábida, the Sado Estuary Natural Reserve, and the Península de Setúbal. If you’re in need of a relaxing beach day, visit Galapinhos Beach. The water is a sparkling blue-green color, with white sandy beaches to play on and calm water to swim in.
While in Setúbal, check out historical buildings around the town like cathedrals and the fishing ports. Stop in and enjoy a meal of traditional Portuguese cuisine at restaurants like 490 Taberna STB, Ribeirinha do Sado and Baluarte da Avenida. These spots are especially well-known for seafood, so try a local dish to have an authentic experience.
Marinas in Setúbal
Some of the primary marinas in Setúbal include Clube Naval Setúbalense, Fisherman’s Wharf, Marina Marbella, and Clube De Vela Do Sado. The marinas are near to beaches in Setúbal, and there are lots of waterfront restaurants and bars nearby to stop by to enjoy a drink and watch boats cruising in and out of port.