Explore sweeping beaches and a walled historic centre in Peniche, a city perched on a rocky peninsula in central Portugal. A stroll around Peniche’s Old Town will showcase the city’s enchanting heritage, from historic forts to a rich tradition of handcrafts.
Portugal is not a large country and you can get almost everywhere easily and efficiently by train or bus. Regional trains are often cheaper and some lines very scenic, but it’s almost always quicker to go by bus – especially on shorter routes like from Lisbon to Peniche/Baleal. You’ll obviously have a great deal more flexibility if you drive, and you’ll be able to visit more out-of-the-way places on a short trip.
Arriving by Plane
Portugal has 3 major airports: Lison, Porto and Faro. The closest airport to Peniche is in Lisbon, but it’s not hard getting to Peniche from any other airport. From Lisbon you can catch a bus, it takes about 1h30m and stops in Peniche. We provide transfer services from Lisbon, just tell us on the booking page.
Lisbon to Peniche by Bus
From Lisbon Airport you can catch the subway to the bus terminal. The station is Jardim Zoológico on the Blue Line. Subway tickets cost around €2. From the bus station (Terminal Sete Rios) there should be a bus to Peniche every 2 hours and it will cost you around €10. Check the website for the timetable.
Lisbon to Baleal by Transfer
We can pick you up from Lisbon Airport. We provide a fast and secure transfer service for our guests. At the airport, there will be a person holding a board with your name on it. Our Guest House is about 1 hour drive away from Lisbon Airport. It costs €120 for up to 4 people.
Arriving by Car
There are 3 major routes into Portugal for those coming from other European countries. The north entrance, through Salamanca, the centre entrance through Badajoz and the south entrance through Sevilha/Huelva. Get Directions.