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This is one of the several beautiful beaches in Cascais. You really can’t go wrong with a beach here. This is probably the closest one to the train station. It’s a straight shot through the town. The beach is clean and not huge but has...More
A lovely beach, a well run bar, clean toilets and moments from the old centre of Cascais.
They do a limited range of tasty sandwiches as well as drinks and ice creams.
Twenty euros gets you two loungers and a parasol for the day, great...More
A must beach to visit when in Cascais. Secluded and quieter than the public beach next door. You are able to rent loungers and a parasol from the bar at this beach run by Anthony and his staff, Marcos and Andre, for 20E. Great people!...More
It was a small cove but incredibly picturesque with its crystal waters and jagged rock. So beautiful was the beach that the last Queen of Portugal even claimed it as her own and I don't blame her. Our visit was on a day of about...More
Advice needed! Where is the best sunset view in Cascais? (7 Replies)
Hi TA'ers would really appreciate any advice - my GF and I are visiting Cascais in early September, where I am planning on asking a certain question, and I am looking for the best place to do it! Ideally I was thinking of a picnic somewhere with a nice sunset view. Through research I had a few potentials in mind: Casa da Guia (but may be too crowded, and not space to stop or picnic); Praia do Guincho (probably a bit far - we are staying at the Grande Real); Praia da Rainha (what's the...More
August 06, 2014|
During a recent visit, i was advised of a nice bar past Guinicho beach, think a lighthouse was mentioned. It could be at Cabo da roca, as I was told it was the most westerly point in Europe. Perhaps this info will jog some memories