The Diving Dolphins in Setúbal - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama taken in the spring of 2011, in a cloudy day at Avenida Luisa Todi, near the monument to the diving dolphins in Setúbal, placed here by the end of 2009.
The Diving Dolphins in Setúbal - FURTHER INFORMATION
The Diving Dolphins in Setúbal - Setúbal visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'The Diving Dolphins in Setúbal' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Distrito Setubal.
Dolphins are an important symbol in Setubal. A local family are often seen playing and feeding in the Sado River and estuary, becoming one of the local tourist attractions. Local boat trips are often organized to take visitors out to see the dolphins, who are now honoured by this fountain and statue. The estuary is also an important nature reserve and breeding ground for various birds.
Setúbal and Costa Azul Regional Tourist Office (Região de Turismo de Setúbal)
Travessa Frei Gaspar 10,
Apartado 73, 2901
Phone: 265 534 222 / 265 539 120
E-mail: [email protected]
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: Setúbal lies just south of the A2 / E1 about 50km southeast of central Lisbon and 40km from Almada. It is about 100km west of Evora.
Train: Setúbal Station, Praça do Quebedo Station.
Flight: Lisbon Airport