Great little shops and boutiques. Nice beaches and marina. Lots of choice of restaurants. Lively even in January. Nice feel here. Easy to get to by train along the river mouth from Lisbon
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This is a small village, 30m from Lisbon, where you can stroll along the nice narrow streets and find nice shops and restaurants. There a few museums to the west side of the historic center but quite close for you to walk there. Beautiful sea...More
Great dowtown area with lots of Restaurants and Pubs, historical area with a few museums and a huge fortress
great little town on the coast of Portugal. streets are awesome and remind me of Lisbon with the white and black designs in them. plenty of shops and resturants to visit while your here. we just stopped her for a spell during a day trip...More
We took a day trip here from Lisbon and were delighted to have gone so. The train station is very close to the center and as you walk towards the sea there are many narrow winding tiled streets lined with interesting shops and restaurants. The...More
Depends on the time of year you come, can be a nice place to visit. Great views from the harbour at night. Often very overcrowded, noisy tourists "having fun" (drinking).... also chaotic when driving here with the car, parking spots are hard to find and...More
An interesting place, that we passed through while walking along the coastal path. We stopped for a coffee and a snack. worth a look round.
This place is very touristy being the city centre. But all you get around you is happy people and good vibes. Should visit if you have time and relax there.