Berlengas Naturla Reserve


The Berlengas Natural Reserve, off the coast of Peniche, is a unique ecosystem in the World with characteristic fauna and flora and incredible landscapes. The biological wealth, fauna and flora make the Berlengas a site of high conservation interest.

You can choose to take the trails in Berlenga, explore the beaches and Fort S. João Baptista. If you like diving, and even if you are not a professional, the clear water is a great reason to experience the sea. All fauna and flora is within reach of anyone. You can also choose to have lunch in the restaurant or even spend a few nights in Berlenga. Buy your ticket now. Buy your ticket now


“One of the pearls of Portuguese territory. Its natural beauty does not go unnoticed.”
BoaCamaBoaMesa Expresso

Berlenga Grande Beach is Berlenga’s most famous beach. It is located next to the Fishermen’s Quarter. There is also Praia do Forte, located next to the masonry bridge that connects the fort to Berlenga.



Discover the rich fauna, represented by birds that nest solely in the Berlengas, such as Roque-de-Castro, Corvo Marinho and Airo, symbol of Berlenga and one of the smallest Portuguese seabirds.

Caves and Dream Worlds

The Furado Grande, the most impressive cave of the Berlenga crosses the island: as if it were a natural tunnel 70 meters long. There are dozens of caves to explore throughout the island, many of them submerged.

Diving is one of the most popular activities in Berlengas and is also one of the best ways to explore the immense biodiversity of the Berlengas archipelago. ake the opportunity to observe the shoals of fish, walk through all the caves and all the corners where the rocks tune perfectly to the crystal-clear waters of the sea.


Know more about our activities


Hiking is fun, healthy and does well to both body and mind. Hiking the Berlenga trails is an unforgettable experience with scenic landscapes and translucent sea.

Ilha Velha Trail

Start / End: Fisherman’s quarter
Length: 1 km
Duration: 1 hour
Difficulty: average , average slope
Trail markings: signs, plaques, panels
Points of interest: Melréu, Buzinas, Pedra Negra, and Carreiro dos Cações

Berlenga Trail

Start / End: Fisherman’s quarter / S. João Baptista Fort
Length: 1 km
Duration: 1 hour
Difficulty: low, high slope
Trail markings: signs, plaques, panels
Points of interest: Cisterns, Light House S. João Baptista Fort, Cova do Sono

View of the cliffs and rocks in Berlenga island, Portugal
Island of Berlenga lighthouse, in Portugal


São João Baptista Fort

“The fort is a kind of an inn – small, modest, but good enough for the purpose. If you stay at the fort, you must bring your own sheets and pillowcases. There is a communal kitchen for guest use, 13 rooms and 7 cubatas.”

Tlf: +351 934 460 294


“Be brave — the sea crossing from Peniche can be bumpy, but the reward is a hillside camp site with exclusive access to the crystal waters of a small cove on Ilha da Berlenga.”

The Times

Tlf: +351 262 789 571

Mesa da ilha

“The last option – which is also the most luxurious one – is to stay overnight in one of the six rooms of the Mesa da Ilha. The stay can include half-board, bed linen and towels, private bathroom and sea view.”


Tlf: +351 262 148 099

Tlf: +351 969 395 763

Berlenga Restaurants


Light meals served. Sandwiches and different daily salads, sweet and salty options, drinks, ice cream and coffee.

Enjoy an amazing outdoor view to the sea.

Tlf: (+351) 910 881 601


Mesa da ilha

The dishes you must try are the fish dishes. It is located in the Fisherman’s Quarter and is a good option for lunch.

Tlf: +351 262 148 099

Tlf: +351 969 395 763


From September 5