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Cascais is one of the most interesting Portuguese villages, situated just 30 minutes from Lisbon, that captures the attention of visitors year-round with its delightful maritime feel and contemporary charm.

If your travelling from Lisbon, train will be a great choice to get into Cascais. This train journey by the Tagus River and by the ocean is a very beautiful trip with a nice view.

Snuggled between the sun-dappled shores of the Cascais bay and Sintra’s dramatic mountain range, historically, Cascais is best remembered as an elegant summer retreat for 19th Century Portuguese kings and a haven for European royalty who sought refuge in the country’s neutral territory during World War II. However, while time has shaped this scenic resort into a glamorous centre of culture, nightlife and top-quality living, Cascais has managed to retain the splendour of its seafaring age through its elegant fortresses, lighthouses and 17th Century citadel.

Places to visit

Sintra-Cascais Natural Park Boca do Inferno (Hell’s Mouth’Grotto) Museums - “Casa das Histórias” – Museu Paula Rego, Museu Condes de Castro Guimarães, Museu da Vila, Farol Museu de Santa Marta Marina de Cascais Tamariz [...] Read more


The Times: A weekend in…Cascais, Portugal   The Telegraph: Why Portugal's anwswer to The Hamptons makes the perfect family holiday   El País: Diez playas junto a Lisboa y sin la plaga del coche   Hello! [...] Read more

Restaurants & Bars

Baía do Peixe Cantinho do Avillez Choupana Gordinni Fortaleza do Guincho Furnas do Guincho Hífen Mar do Inferno Marisco na Praça Monte Mar Porto Santa Maria Vela Azul [...] Read more

Other Info

Visit Cascais Traver Outlandish - 7 Extra awesome outdoor experiences in Portugal Adaras Blogazine Cascais: Holiday Like A Royal On The Portuguese Riviera [...] Read more