Beyond beautiful, Seixal offers a wide variety of attractions. The beaches are a great reason to visit.
The Natural Pools of Seixal or the Naval Club Beach of Seixal are a great choice for those who want a more relaxed day out at the beach. The Laje beach, also known as Jamaica, with its black sand and pebbles, is ideal for going fishing or diving.
Visit Chão da Ribeira, located in a large overhanging Seixal valley where you can enjoy the Laurel forest, classed as a World Natural Heritage Site, watch the trout in their natural habitat, and enjoy a traditional meal.
Make your way through this parish to be delighted with the landscape, try some of the walking routes, or perhaps a more extreme activity such as canyoning.
The church is located right in the centre of the parish, Santo Antão is the patron saint of the parish of Seixal. In January this temple hosts a feast in honour of their patron, although the most popular celebration in this parish happens during the summer, in August.
On the Seixal path, do not miss the "Bride's Veil" viewpoint.