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If you like a beach with no waves, calm (cold for me) then Troia is a good option. Ideal for kids as well. Make sure you have mosquitos repellent to use at the end of the day, by the ferry bridge because they bite you...More
I visited the beach at end of August with a friend from Lisbon who told me about Galé beach. We entered the complex without any problems, there were enough parking spaces and then we had to walk through a ramp to get to the beach....More
There are two ferries; one, a catamaran, carries only foot passengers from Setubal to the point nearest the mainland the other carries cars, bikes etc. to a point some 4 km south-east.This peninsula has a casino, many hotels, some restaurants, a swimming pool and white sand...More
We were in Lisbon to visit my wife‘s family who took us too Troia for a day. The beach is clean and so is the water (bit cold for my taste. There are sports favilities like a football pitch and a volley ball court. The...More
I have been to beaches all over the world and the beaches of Troia rival any I have been to. Relaxing, unspoiled and expansive enough not to fell crowded. Setubal is a typical Portuguese town, not at all like the more touristy towns of Sintra...More
Tróia is an amazing peninsula
Atlantic Ocean in one side
Sado River in the other side
Both sides offer an amazing nature, perfect to do hiking and water sports...
Tróia Beach has an enormous sand area, kilometers of sand, crystal water, and quite... lots of...More
Response from SHolstein | Reviewed this property |
The beach in Troia is amazing you can definitely swim there. Will you be taking the train from Lisbon to Setubal and then taking the boat across? It will probably take about an hour and a half to two hours, check the... More
The beach in Troia is amazing you can definitely swim there. Will you be taking the train from Lisbon to Setubal and then taking the boat across? It will probably take about an hour and a half to two hours, check the timetables first and remember that the ferry goes further down the coast and leaves you river side, where as the hydrafoil takes you to the marina and you can then walk down the beach as far as you want.
Have a good trip.