Berlengas ferry

berlengas ferry

How often does the ferry run from Peniche to Berlenga?

The ferry service runs several times per day from Peniche to Berlenga. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays; use the search form on this page to search for a specific travel date.

How to get to the Berlengas Islands?

Well meet at the Marina de Peniche and there take the ferry to Berlenga Grande. This is the largest island of the archipelago and also the only one of the three that can be visited. Ready to experience a unique adventure? Once we board the ferry, well sail across the Atlantic set course to the archipelago of the Berlengas Islands.

Where are the Berlengas?

The Berlengas are located 10-15kms west from the surf town Peniche in Portugal. Only one of the islands “Berlenga Grande” is habitable, though there is no permanent habitation there at present.

Where to pick up the tickets for the Berlenga?

The availability of seats will be confirmed within 24 hours and you can make the payment and pick up your tickets at the Viamar ticket office at the Peniche Marina, near the boarding pier. Discover the magic of the Berlenga with the safety and comfort of our boat. Discover the magic of the Berlenga with the safety and comfort of our boat.

How much is the ferry from Peniche to Berlengas?

All of the ferries to the Berlengas Islands depart from Peniche harbour, and along the harbour walkway are the ticket offices for all of the tour companies. A standard ferry journey takes 45 minutes, and a return ticket costs €20 (€12 for one way).

How to get to the Berlengas Islands?

Well meet at the Marina de Peniche and there take the ferry to Berlenga Grande. This is the largest island of the archipelago and also the only one of the three that can be visited. Ready to experience a unique adventure? Once we board the ferry, well sail across the Atlantic set course to the archipelago of the Berlengas Islands.

Is a day trip to Berlenga Grande worth it?

A day trip to Berlenga Grande is only suitable for physically fit and mobile visitors, as some of the footpaths are very worn and there are lots of hills to climb. All of the ferries to the Berlengas Islands depart from Peniche harbour, and along the harbour walkway are the ticket offices for all of the tour companies.

Where to pick up the tickets for the Berlenga?

The availability of seats will be confirmed within 24 hours and you can make the payment and pick up your tickets at the Viamar ticket office at the Peniche Marina, near the boarding pier. Discover the magic of the Berlenga with the safety and comfort of our boat. Discover the magic of the Berlenga with the safety and comfort of our boat.

Where are the Berlengas Islands?

/ 39.45; -9.53 The Berlengas are a Portuguese archipelago consisting of small Atlantic islands 10 to 17 kilometres (6.2–10.6 miles) off the coast of Peniche, Portugal, in the Oeste region. These islands were traditionally known to British mariners as the Burlings.

What is the meaning of Berlengas?

The Berlengas are a Portuguese archipelago consisting of small Atlantic islands 10 to 17 kilometres (6.2–10.6 miles) off the coast of Peniche, Portugal, in the Oeste region. These islands were traditionally known to British mariners as the Burlings.

How do I get to the Berlengas?

The Berlengas are reached by boat from Peniche, which is an easy 45-60 minute drive from Lisbon (more details below). The enigmatic nature reserve is one of Portugal’s most beautiful, but unvisited places, a well-kept secret.

What is the Reserva Natural da Berlengas?

This diverse and thriving ecosystem is protected by the Reserva Natural da Berlengas. The Berlengas Islands are frequently savaged by powerful storms, and historically the rocky islands were notorious for shipwrecks.

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