A change of scenery is a good way to start the year
Located on the coast west of the village of Cascais, this cliff may have possibly been a cave in earlier times. It is a place of spectacular beauty, where you can enjoy a unique sunset, and it is constantly visited by thousands of people.
Increasingly sought after to host major national and international nautical events, the Marina de Cascais is an anchorage for many boats, and is also the meeting point for night and daytime fun. Here you will find a variety of bars and restaurants to satisfy the appetites of its many visitors.
Considered the “centre” of Cascais, Largo Luís de Camões is full of restaurants, bars and pubs. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, here you can enjoy a good atmosphere that makes this area one of the main meeting points of the town’s nightlife.
This 18-hole course challenges golfers’ skills and imagination. Featuring lakes and watercourses, pine trees and magnolias, the Beloura Pestana Golf Club is at the foot of the Sintra mountain range. The course has a Clubhouse and golf shop.
The crystal-clear, clean water and wide, sandy areas make this beach one of the most sought-after in the Lisbon region. Here you can find various different types of protected dunes within the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park. You can go surfing, windsurfing, bodyboarding or try out other sports.
This collection consists of over 620 works, including painting, design and engraving, especially those by renowned artist Paula Rego. Designed by architect Eduardo Souto de Moura, the Casa das Histórias features a varied schedule and temporary exhibits.