At about half an hour away from Portugal’s capital, Estoril is a small paradise. Frequented by elites and celebrities, it has an undeniable charm. With an enviable coast and dream beaches, its luxury hotels and the iconic casino will certainly make your visit to Estoril memorable!
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Get to know Estoril’s most interest places. Know more here:
An iconic establishment and Europe's largest, it’s an entertainment centre known for its fantastic shows and concerts.
An admirable military construction from the 16th/17th century, it was the summer residence of Salazar, Portugal’s dictatorship leader.
With a relevant archeological interest, this necropolis reveals the presence of human communities for several thousand years.
A 17th century military construction intended to protect the coast. Today it’s functions as a club.
There are plenty of things to do in Estoril. Find out some of them:
Practice golf in the area’s excellent courses, enjoying the mild and sunny climate.
Relax and take a dip in Estoril’s famous and elegant beaches like the popular Tamariz beach.
Discover the area by foot, stopping for a coffe on a seaside terrace. It’s particularly beautiful at sunset.
In Estoril Wellness Centre you can enjoy spa treatments in a highest quality establishment.
Take advantage of Estoril’s fresh and tasty food. Check what to taste:
Estoril’s proximity to the ocean means that the fish is fresh and delicious. Make sure to try the flounder, seabass and white seabream.
Taste the great quality seafood. Try the traditionally cooked shrimp, crab and lobster.
There is no better place to try the delicious ice creams, especially the famous Santini, that some people say are the best in Portugal!
At about half an hour from Lisbon and other points of interest, Estoril has an amazing location. Find out where to go in the surroundings.
'Fairy tale' region. Its 19th century mansions and fantastic landscapes will awaken your senses!
Cosmopolitan town with a beautiful bay. It's a former fishing village combined with the aristocratic life.
A picturesque fishing village by the seaside, Sesimbra highlights include its charm and natural beauty.
Admired for its medieval and romantic charm, the castle and its walls make this village unforgettable.