City of great natural beauty, heritage, cultural and sporting events!
Check out the landmarks of Cascais as well as activities that can do here and delicacies that you should taste!
From fantastic beaches, museums with pieces of great artistic value, to a natural park, Cascais has a diversity of attractions that you can and should visit! Get to know more.
One of the most known Portugal's beaches, sought after during the bathing season by windsurfers and kitesurfers from around the world.
A tourism highlight, with a divine landscape, especially when the sea is rough, and where you can enjoy magnificent sunsets.
Ex-libris of Cascais' landscape. The house includes the Lighthouse Museum of Santa Marta and the Library Museum Condes de Castro Guimarães.
Extends from the Sintra area to the areas of Guincho beach and Cabo da Roca.
Get to know our suggestions of what to do while in Cascais! If you visit this town in August do not miss the ‘Festas do Mar’ festival, where artists like Craig David, Zelia Duncan, Ronan Keating, James, Natiruts, among others have performed.
One of the favorite areas of locals and tourists. With an energetic and charming atmosphere, beautiful shops, restaurants and street vendors.
You'll find several realities: the beach full of surfers and swimmers, the beach of fishermen and their colorful boats or the Marina and its modern and sophisticated setting!
The cultural calendar of the city is very diverse, with shows, exhibitions, concerts always happening!
Walking, running, cycling, by car... The marginal road offers a lovely sea landscape!
Although mostly famous for the fresh fish that you can taste here, there are other typical delicacies you can taste! Get to know more.
A traditional high quality liqueur wine, produced in the demarcated region of Carcavelos, known as 'Fortified Wine'.
Made with almond, eggs and sugar. It dates back at least to the late 19th Century.
The first recipe dates to 1933 and its main ingredient is butter.
Fishing village and very close to the coast, here you will find excellent fresh fish and seafood!
It’s located a few kilometers from the majestic Serra de Sintra and the capital of Portugal, Lisbon. In addition, given its excellent location, there are other places of interest. Check them out!
'Fairy tale' region. Its 19th century mansions and fantastic landscapes will awaken your senses!
Exit point of the Portuguese discoveries! Along the river you'll find a huge range of landmarks.
An elegant place with plenty of charm, Estoril is an amazing place to visit filled with interest. Come discover this paradise right next to Lisbon!
Admired for its medieval and romantic charm, the castle and its walls make this village unforgettable.
A picturesque fishing village by the seaside, Sesimbra highlights include its charm and natural beauty.
Surrounded by the sea, the river and the mountains, Setúbal enjoys an unique beauty, a tasty gastronomy and an interesting history.