How to get there
You can get there in a few simple steps:
Catamaran to Tróia
Taxi and Riding Apps
Train or Bus
If you have any accessibility issues, please contact [email protected] so we can assist you.
useful info that you should know
A few practical things to consider as you prepare your trip!
The days are still sunny! Bring your bathing suit, sunscreen, after-sun, and bug repellent (the renowned mutant mosquitoes of Tróia are real!). Don't forget to pack warm clothes to wear at night, when the temperature drops with the Atlantic breeze.
The electric current in Portugal is 220/230 volts at a frequency of 50 hertz and sockets comply with European standards. You will need a 230-volt transformer and an adaptor to use American-style flat-prong plugs.
It’s safe to drink from the tap.
The currency in Portugal is the euro. You can make payments using cash or credit/debit cards at the THU Store and at the food stands at the THU food court.
TroiaShoping Shop LA37, 7570-789
Mon-Sun 10:00–13:30 & 14:30–19:00
Meu Super Tróia
Alameda do Pinheiro Manso, 7570-789
Mon-Sun from 09:00-22:00
R. da Aroeira, 7570-789, Gdl
Mon-Fri 09:00–13:30 & 14:00–17:30