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Private Douro Valley Wineries Tour with Wine-tastings and Typical Lunch

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Provesende Village

Walking tour at the vineyard village of Provesende that will take you to a journey between the past and the present.

Here we find an old Pillory of the sixteenth century, an 18th century baroque Parish Church and a Fountain from the same century. 

We will also see several manor houses that attest the economic power of this wine-growing village.

Casal de Loivos Viewpoint

This stop is located in one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the Alto Douro Vinhateiro, elected a UNESCOs World Heritage site in 2001.

From here you can enjoy a landscape full of vineyards. In addition to the vineyards, other elements such as mountains, fields and villages stand out. The rich fauna and flora also stand out in this location.

Olive Oil Mill - Olive Oil Museum (Optional)

Guided museum tour + olive oil and wine tasting

This olive mill, transformed into a museum, allows you to understand the traditional method of olive oil production, which is another important product from the Douro Region. 

Here you can do an olive oil tasting, as well as wine tastings, with a breathtaking view over the Douro.

Pinhão Village

This beautiful village is considered the heart of the Alto Douro Vinhateiro, where the many farms that produce Port wine are located, inserted in one of the areas classified by UNESCO as a cultural heritage of humanity.

Pinhão owes its toponym to the river of the same name, a tributary of the Douro River, whose beautiful mouth is in this locality.

Pinhão Railway Station

Early 20th century railway station decorated with tile panels of great beauty of the Fábrica Aleluia, 1936, which depict daily scenes of Pinhão, as well as the production of Port Wine, from the harvest, through the stepping of the grapes to the transport in the Rabelo boats to the warehouses of Porto.

This early 20th-century railway station is decorated with tile panels depicting scenes of Pinhão and its wine traditions from the harvest, the tread of grapes and the transport of wine in Rabelo boats to the warehouses of the city of Porto.

Magnificent Boat Trip in the Douro - 10 eur / Person (Optional)

Magnificent boat ride on the Douro River for 1 hour to enjoy the most beautiful landscapes of the mountains that surround this River.

Quinta do Bomfim Wine Experience

Guided Winery Tour + Wine Tasting

Guided tour by specialized hosts where you can get to know the heritage of this famous property while visiting the wine cellar, basement and vineyard.

They will let you know the processes of vineyard and winemaking operations.

At the end of the guided exploration of the property, each guest receives a complimentary tasting of three different styles of port wine.

National Road 222 Peso do Régua to Pinhão

The section of National Road 222, which combines Weight of the Ruler to Pinhão, is considered one of the most beautiful in the world and classified as the best road to drive in the world by the Avis Driving Index than the Big Sur Road (California, USA) and the Bad Urach (Hohenzollern, Germany); the A535, in central England, came third on the podium.

On this road you will cross the Douro valley always accompanied by the Douro River and taking advantage of its breath-taking views.

Quinta da Pacheca Wine Experience

Guided Winery Tour + Wine Tasting

Get to know Quinta da Pacheca Winery!

Expert hosts will take you through an immersive 45-minute experience by its rich history, along with current vineyard and winemaking operations. At the end of this property-guided tour, each guest receives a wine tasting with 4 wines (2 table wines + 2 Port wines).

Peso da Régua Metal Bridge

The metal bridge was built in 1872 by King D. Luís I for road crossing of the Douro River and was deactivated since 1949 due to the state of degradation of the wooden board.

The initial project belongs to engineer W. Liebe, and was later changed by engineer Johann Gaspar Harkort and the construction work was under the guidance of German engineer Wilherm Dulhener from the Eifel team.

Peso da Régua City

Peso da Régua had its great development after 1756 with the creation of the Real Companhia Geral da Agricultura das Vinhas do Alto Douro (Royal Company of Vine-Growers from the Alto Douro Region), which set up the world's first ever demarcated region for wine production.

Situated on the banks of the River Douro, Peso da Régua played a fundamental role in the production and sale of Port wine, for it was from here that the barrels were transported in the special boats known as Barcos Rabelos to Vila Nova de Gaia, where the wine is left to age in the local wine cellars.

São Pedro Viewpoint (Optional)

The viewpont of São Pedro is located at an elevated location - 442m altitude - and at the top of the mountain the visitor can contemplate a beautiful chapel, Peso da Régua city and several parishes of the municipality of Santa Marta.

São Leonardo da Galafura Viewpoint (Optional)

The viewpoint of S. Leonardo is one of the most beautiful in the entire Douro region and even served as inspiration for who is considered one of the greatest Portuguese writers of the twentieth century, Miguel Torga.

From this location you can glimpse the Douro valley. The river, in the background, running slowly to the mouth, the rough slopes, the sharp peaks, and the verdant of the nearest vineyards, which try to disguise the prevailing ash.

Quinta do Seixo Wine Experience (Optional)

Guided tour of the winery + wine tasting

Uncover the history and secrets of Sandeman Porto Wine, with a guided tour by specialized hosts through the innovative winery of Quinta do Seixo, followed by a tasting of three wines of superior category and representing the three styles of Port Wine – White, Ruby and Tawny.

Museu do Douro – Régua - (Optional) 7,5eur/Person

Visit to the Museum with 1 Port Wine Tasting

This is the territory museum of the Douro region and it's the place of excellence for those who want to deepen the knowledge of the region, it's memory, culture and identity.

In addition to exhibitions, it where all the documents and artifacts that are still being found in this area are collected for analysis.

In addition to the visit to the museum, the entrance will give you an opportunity of one Port Wine tasting.

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  • For those who like unique tours full of history, this trip to the Douro is a must. Discover all the secrets of the world’s first regulated and demarcated wine region.


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✅ - Free Pick-up and Drop-off.

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  ℹ️ - Local tips and information - Our friendly drivers are locals and are happy to share their insights or give tips on what to do at your destination.

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???? – Tips - Gratuity isn’t included or required, but if you really enjoyed your trip, you can show your driver your appreciation with an optional tip.

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⛈️ - Weather

Exact destinations and itineraries may be changed due to weather, road conditions and the guide’s discretion. If cancelled due to poor weather, a different date or a full refund will be offered. Please check our Terms and Conditions.

???? - Wineries

Included wineries are subject to change based on their availability, private events, and holidays.

???? – Valid ID

It is mandatory to present a valid photo ID for drinking alcohol in wineries. Be aware that the legal drinking age in Portugal is 18 years.

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???? - Personal accidents and liability insurance included.

???? - Luggage - Each passenger is allowed to have one checked bag and one carry on. If you’re traveling with more bags or oversized luggage, please inform us.

???? - Big luggage - 29x21x11 inches / 74x54x28 cm

???? - Small luggage - 22x14x9 inches / 56x36x23 cm

What do I need to bring?

????️???? - Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and sunscreen if it’s sunny or a raincoat and an umbrella if it’s raining.

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