We provide Airport Transfers from and to Lisbon and they can be booked in the booking steps (price for 1-4 people: €125)

- Nearest Airport: Lisbon

- Distance from Airport in kms: 91 km

- Time from Airport by car: 1 h

- There is a bus from the airport: 1,5 h 

- There is no train from the airport


It is recommendable to come by car. All our guests can benefit from a free private parking.

                                         The closest bus stop is in Ferrel (2,5 km).


Both Lisbon and Porto have an International Airport.

In addition to the Portuguese airlines (TAP-Air Portugal and Portugália Airlines) many low cost airlines (such as Easyjet, Ryanair) connect the main European cities with daily flights to Lisbon and Porto.




Peniche is situated about 90 km north from Lisbon. From the airport, take the A8 Norte, and then the IP6 to Peniche. The journey takes about an hour.


You can get to Peniche in an hour and a half by bus from Lisbon, with two different companies.

One is from Campo Grande Terminal (metro station Campo Grande), the other from Sete Rios (metro station Jardim Zoológico).

Both terminals are located 10 minutes by taxi from the airport, but also reachable by metro. A small shuttle Aerobus rounding every 40 minutes, is also connected with Sete Rios bus station.  

From Peniche bus terminal, you can reach Bukubaki in 10 minutes by car/taxi.

Here are the links to the company websites:




Porto is about 260km from Peniche, about 3 hours from the airport, using the A8 motorway (highway) for most of the distance. 



Direct buses from Porto take about 4½ hours, although most of them drive via Coimbra, so the total journey can take 5/6 hours.



Peniche does not have a train station. The closest station is 30 kilometres inland.

It is possible to get to Caldas da Rainha and Torres Vedras by train, and then reach Peniche by local bus, but we do not suggest this option.

Portugal train travel website:



Weather Portugal is one of the warmest countries in Europe, which gives the ideal opportunity to enjoy a break no matter what month of the year. Overall the country is classified as having a Mediterranean climate, however this does change a little as you head towards the north of the country. The interior portion of land is hotter than the coastal resorts, thanks to ever cooling breezes blowing in from the Atlantic. Although Portugal is known by 300+ days of sun, it can get quite chilly during the nights, so packing a wind stopper and some warm jumpers wouldn't be a bad idea. 



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