Cascais

A short train ride from Lisbon will bring you to the amazing Cascais. A beautiful and elegant fisherman’s village.

Cascais became one of the most cosmopolitan and touristic places in Portugal ever since King Luís I chose the bay for his summer residence in the late 19th century. The mild climate was surely one of the reasons for his choice.

A glamorous and welcoming place with great gastronomic delights, although fish is the star. The people of Cascais are very friendly and the village offers some of the most exquisite natural and architectural sites of Portugal.

Cascais

Take time to explore this picturesque place with its many mansions and palaces belonging to the nobility, both Portuguese and from other European countries.

Beaches vary from calm coastal inlets with tranquil bright blue waters to cliffs and rocky outcrops and wavy, windy spots for all kind of sports.

Cascais is magic, mysterious and unique. Come visit this unforgettable village and find out why…

Marechal Carmona Park

Near the marina, this beautiful park is well worth a visit. It is free entrance and it is open 8:30 am to 19.45 during the summer and 8:30 am to 17:45 during Winter time.

Condes De Castro Guimarães Museum

Near the marina, this beautiful park is well worth a visit. It is free entrance and it is open 8:30 am to 19.45 during the summer and 8:30 am to 17:45 during Winter time.

Casa da Guia

Take a break for some shopping and leisure in perfect harmony with nature.

Guincho Beach

A beautiful beach. Wide and long with plenty of room for relaxing, hiking, running, surfing, windsurfing and other activities.

Boca Do Inferno

Take a walk from the village to this cliff formation (Hell’s Mouth) bathed by the Atlantic Ocean.

Santini

Some people consider Santini’s Gelati the best ice cream in the world.  Some go so far to suggest it is “a gift from the gods.”  Nothing else to say…

Cascais Bay

Discover all the white sandy beaches and the calm waters. Any place is a good place to sit and admire the horizon

Casa De Santa Maria

Open to visitors the Casa de Santa Maria is a must see! Constructed by an Irish millionaire who made his fortune in the tobacco industry and was once the most luxurious private residence of Cascais.

Paredão

A 5km walk that extends from the Cascais village to the small village of São João do Estoril. The promenade is suitable to visitors of all ages and abilities. The Estoril promenade passes many beaches and lots of interesting sights, historical buildings and outdoor cafes.

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