Lourinhã is a lively town during all seasons. All kinds of shops, restaurants, bars and cafés are open throughout the year.
Villa da Bica holds an extensive information folder containing the various options that the area offers us.
In Lourinhã and the surrounding area there are a variety of restaurants serving tasty, good food across many cuisines. We can help you with your choice as we have eaten at many and are happy to share our experience.
Villa da Bica is within 5 km of the many white sandy beaches. The beaches are not overcrowded, you can take a dip in the water or learn to surf on the waves of the Atlantic Ocean.
If you like hiking, there are plenty of routes in the area to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Lourinhã.
Some of the finest golf courses in Portugal are close by.
There is something for everyone, from the casual player to the most professional of golfers.
Trips and Tours
The Dino Parque is located just outside the town of Lourinhã and is especially attractive for young children. In the centre of Lourinhã there is a museum focusing on the history of the area and the dinosaurs.
The only Portuguese brandy can be found in Lourinhã; Arguadente, with an exclusive defined region. There are only two other regions like it in the world, being the famous Cognac and Armagnac regions of France. To tour the cellar and sample the brandy, visit Adega Cooperativa da Lourinhã, Avenida de Mocambique, Lourinhã 2530-111.
Visit Quinta dos Loridos, home to the largest oriental garden in Europe, the impressive Bacalhôa Buddha Eden in Bombarral. You can taste wine in the old cellar in the garden of the manor or in the wine shop, (reservation is required). Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, SA, one of the largest and most innovative wine companies in Portugal, has developed over the years a wide range of wines that have earned it a notable reputation and the choice of national and international consumers. Present in 7 Portuguese wine-growing regions, with a total of 1200 hectares of vineyards,
A day trip to Lisbon by car, or by bus, which drops you off in the middle of Lisbon and runs several times a day. Visit one of the many museums, churches, palaces or even book a bicycle trip in Lisbon. You can also shop at the Outlet Center Freeport.
Visit the palaces of Sintra and Mafra.
Stroll through the streets of Obidos, a medieval village characterized by its Gothic facades and winding streets. Treat yourself to the local Ginja liqueur.
Visit the international surfing beaches of Nazaré or the water park and the fortress of Sao Miguel.