Located in the heart of Setubal, the Casa da Baia is so much more than a typical historic building it appears to be, in fact, this elegant structure serves as the business card for the whole city and surrounding area.

Casa da baia facade

The 18th-century building is the home of the official tourist centre and information hub of the region, on hand and ready to provide an abundance of knowledge for anyone who is interested exploring the city. There is a vast wealth of materials on offer for tourists such as details related to tours, points of interest, workshops, general leaflets, and area maps. Should you not find what you need, the team on hand and are more than happy to go the extra mile to make sure your query is resolved. Whether it be advice on local places to eat, attractions, transport tips or general information on the area, the staff are highly trained, resourceful and most of all passionate.

Casa da baia exterior

As well as acting as a tourist centre the building is also a specialist wine area with a wine cellar housing and promoting bottles of all the producers in the region. You of course have an option to buy from the on-site shop or simply enjoy a glass from the cafeteria, the ideal place to sample some of the local delicacies.

Casa da baia indoor

On top of this, the space inside the building is used for regular cultural and artistic exhibits thus providing the perfect opportunity to take in a bit of Setubal without going too far. This is indeed true when it comes to the building itself which was built upon Roman ruins of which remnants remain.

To get the most out of your journey to Setubal we recommend starting at the Casa Da Baia!

Judges’ Feedback

  • Fantastic location, the building is perfectly placed and easily accessible for tourists looking for information.
  • On-site wine cellar and regional shop offer a great benefit for visitors who are looking to learn more about the region.
  • Excellent customer service as demonstrated by several online reviews.

Address – Avenida Luisa Todi, 468, Setubal, Setubal 2900-456, Portugal
Telephone – +351 265 545 010
Website – www.mun-setubal.pt