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Lots of person spoke me about this place and about how beautiful it was, but I cannot imagine to remain so surprise.
Cabo da roca is a enchanted place near Sinatra, you can both visited the same day. You can remain without words in this...More
I rented a small electric car from go2cintra. Cabo da Roca was one of the sites on the map to see. I really have no words for how beautiful this site is. This is not a site to miss if you find yourself in Sintra....More
One might not think there is a lot here, BUT THERE IS.
This is the most westerly point on mainland Europe. The day we were here, there was a gale blowing. But still absolutly thunderous waves crashing in off the Atlantic...enough said.
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One might think there is not much to see or do here, but the ocean is enough. Crashing waves, rugged cliffs and an endless view of the Atlantic make Cabo da Roca a must see. The most western point in continental Europe, it does make...More
I had an idea to visit this place so I started with bus from cascais to Sintra. After 30 minutes I got this amazing place with great view of Atlantic Ocean. It was really worthy to visit this place, highly recommended to everyone
The westernmost point in Europe, truly a sight, the cliffs, the rocks, the water. The view here is wonderful and the photos are all wallpaper ready. The place is full of tourists, there is a small lighthouse and a monument at the area.
We drove up here from Cascais, to visit the most western point of continental Europe. The rocky promontory is battered by Atlantic waves, and the crisp sea air is refreshing. The point is marked by a stone obelisk, surmounted by a cross. It also bears...More
Response from Cleopatra C | Reviewed this property |
I don't know about a day pass. What we did is take the train from Lisbon main train station to Sintra, then the bus from Sintra to Cabo da Roca, then the same bus (it passes every hour) from Cabo da Roca to Kaskais and... More
I don't know about a day pass. What we did is take the train from Lisbon main train station to Sintra, then the bus from Sintra to Cabo da Roca, then the same bus (it passes every hour) from Cabo da Roca to Kaskais and finally the metro from Kaskais back to Lisbon.
We are interested on seeing Cabo da Roca but didn't want to spend a lot of time waiting for a bus. This will be on a w/e in the middle of October. Does anyone know if there are any services that will drive you there wait for a bit then take you back to Cascais? If so what would they charge for that. I find it hard to understand the bus schedule......know it is 403. Can figure out when we would leave Cascais for the 20 minute trip but have no idea when we would catch it back and that is what...More
September 08, 2016|
The buses are now shown as running every half hour for most of the day even in winter. True the bus timetable is extremely user unfriendly. However when I visited Cabo da Roca the times of the buses back to both Sintra and Cascais were clearly shown at the bus stop there. Using the on line timetable, the casual passenger is expected to note the time the bus leaves Sintra then add up the time shown between each stop until Cabo da Roca. Therefore the buses leave Cabo Da Roca 37 minutes after...More
inexpensive restaurants in Ericeira (7 Replies)
We'll be staying 2 nights in Ericeira (actually Mafra) in December. We read that Ericeira is quite famous for its seafood. Could anyone suggest some seafood restaurants that are inexpensive - thinking around $20 for fish and a glass of wine. If that's not possible, can you suggest some inexpensive restaurants for Portugese food. We will also be driving to Sintra and maybe also be exploring the seaside towns like Guincho, Cabo da Roca, Caicais. Again, I'm seeking advices for places to eat in...More
October 27, 2012|
"thinking around $20 for fish and a glass of wine" per person? Restaurante Esplanada Furnas; Restaurante Mar à Vista (around 25€/person). But there are many more (some can be closed in December and some will not have menus in english).
Transportation with Lisboa Card (3 Replies)
Hi, I plan to visit Lisboa this September and I have a question regarding transportation with the Lisboa Card. The card seems to provide access to buses, metro and trains, and I am wondering if I can use those transports to visit Sintra, Pena Palace, Cabo da Roca and Cascais. I would like to do my own itinerary instead of buying a tour. Thanks.
July 16, 2018|
I went to Cascais with VV zapping card. Took train from Cais do Codre to Cascais and back to Belem. Great card , really.