Water activity

Peniche: Berlengas Island Trip, Hiking and Cave Tour

Activity provider: Feeling Berlenga
Water activity

Peniche: Berlengas Island Trip, Hiking and Cave Tour

Activity provider: Feeling Berlenga
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Enjoy a roundtrip to the Berlengas archipelago on a glass-bottom boat. Take a tour to the caves of the island and discover Berlenga's historical and cultural importance on a walking tour.

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Duration 4 hours
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Portuguese, Spanish, English


  • Enjoy a roundtrip to the Berlengas archipelago on a glass-bottom boat
  • See the beautiful views of Berlengas and its caves
  • Explore the island's fascinating geography
  • Learn about Berlenga’s cultural and historical significance
  • Relax on gorgeous beaches
Full description

Discover the archipelago of Berlengas on a day trip from Peniche. Cross the sea in a glass-bottom boat, explore the caves on a tour, and relax on the beach.

Begin your day with a ferry ride to the Berlegnas archipelago on a glass-bottom boat. As you ride, enjoy views beneath the waves of flitting fish. When you disembark, stroll on the warm beaches and enjoy the sounds of the waves calmly lapping at the shore.

Join a local hiking tour to learn about Berlenga’s cultural and historical significance. Explore the island's geography. After your hike, go into the mysterious caves of the area before returning by ferry.

  • Roundtrip to Berlengas
  • Hiking tour of the island
  • Glass-botton boat ride
  • Food and drinks
  • Tourist tax registration fee

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Meeting point

Look for three houses on top of a wooden platform, one of which is the Feeling Berlenga office. The local provider representative will be wearing a light blue t-shirt or a dark blue sweatshirt. Please arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before the departure of the ferry (10:00 AM if the morning time is selected or 2:30 PM if the afternoon time is selected).

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Important information

Know before you go

  • An obligatory tourist tax must be paid to visit Berlenga. For ecological reasons, access to the Island is limited: before purchasing the boarding ticket, you must register and pay the tourist tax on the BerlengasPass platform, using the following link: https://berlengaspass.icnf.pt/
  • If the fee is not paid, you will not have access the island
  • The tour depends on sea conditions, and it must meet the minimum number of people
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based on 272 reviews

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A fun day. The boat tour in the caves was very cool. The guides were fun and informative. The fort is neat to visit but the hike there was a little sketchy. I was glad I didn’t have to hike the same trail back, instead the boat will pick you up at the fort and take you directly on the cave tour.

March 29, 2023

Feeling Berlenga was great! They were very experienced and knowledgeable, accommodating, and clearly wanted their guests to not only have a fun and enjoyable time, but also be safe in doing so. The company was super easy and I work with, good communication, and a Len overall no hassle experience.

March 29, 2023

First, please know that this is a special experience and is a perfect photo op / instagram moment. The island is beautiful and the fortress is special. We chose the visit including the water caves and hiking, and this is where you do not want to be surprised. The water cave tour is by boat and is zero exertion. The caves are actually pretty awesome, and I have been on other water cave tours. I will not spoil the surprise. The hiking, however, requires information. The hiking starts at the fortress, after the water caves tour. The first phase is climbing 80+ meters from the base of a cliff to the top. There are old stone steps, but this is quite a steep climb and you must be in good physical condition. Once at the top, the rest is a bit of up and downhill, but mostly downhill and no stairs. But: 80 meters is 300 feet elevation. If you choose to do this, wear closed toe shoes! Also, if you do not choose the caves+hiking, be sure you know how you will visit the fortress!

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March 29, 2023

Product ID: 390083