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Marechal Carmona Park
#1 of 68 things to do in Cascais
An Ideal place for a walk ,beer, take the children , lovely park with lots of walks , hens,peacocks, ducks terrapins ,lots of bird life and beautiful plants
A park in the middle of town, with little trails, live music on the weekends, a lake, a library, excellent outing with kids!
Centro Historico de Cascais
#3 of 68 things to do in Cascais
If you are traveling with children, Cascais is your destination... everything there was build having your little munchkins in mind... the parks, playgrounds, walks and amazing Guincho beaches at your doorstep... t...
Due to Portugal's neutrality in World War II and the town's elegance and royal past, Cascais became home to many of the exiled royal families of Europe.
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Guincho Beach
#2 of 68 things to do in Cascais
It's fantastic hiring a bike and cruising along the coast on the purpose built bike track, away from the road so perfectly safe for families.
It is fantastic - the kids have been surfing at Moana Surf School where they are very friendly and helpful.
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Praia do Tamariz Estoril
#8 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Breakfast Night Out Beach Views Nature Parking Casino Restaurants Family Couples Running Warm Transports
Great beach for kids, loads of rocks and fish to explore just a couple of feet off the beach.
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Praia da Rainha
#7 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Arriving in Cascais the beach is just 2 min walk from the train station and it's stunning, with its golden clean sand and family friendly.
Perfect for a coffee or a meal or a cocktail to enjoy... an ideal spot to enjoy sunbathing with or without kids???
Praia da Poca Estoril
#14 of 68 things to do in Cascais
One of my favourite beach's along this coast, at low tide it's ideal for small children with curious ponds in the rocks full of wonderfull shaped plants& tiny marine fish etc even nicer for this Granny as I feel t...
Good for joggers, children too.
Cascais Marina
#9 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Parking Family Groups Local Shops Near Cultural Center Marina Restaurants Local Offices Sports Clubs
I visited in winter so not all the cafes, bars and restaurants where open but there where still quite a few which gets quite busy with a mixed crowed of couples and families at the weekend.
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CascaiShopping
#13 of 68 things to do in Cascais
We liked C&A coz kids needed something for the beach.
Ribeira Beach
#15 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Found a spot around 11 and hung out for a number of hours - kids played, built sandcastles and caught sand crabs.
Museo do Mar (Museum of the Sea)
#12 of 68 things to do in Cascais
A lovely small museum that is very well laid out and if I remember about 3 euros entrance with concessions for children and the seniors.
Great kid friendly museum
Cresmina Beach
#18 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Other than that it's a smaller beach, compared to the big one (Guincho), but very nice and with big Sandy areas for the kids.
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Praia da Conceicao
#21 of 68 things to do in Cascais
A little gem besides for young families the science museum is well worth a go too!
Pros: - Sandy beach - Not too many young children growing sand around - Didn’t see or experience any theft - Not too many beach vendors and they aren’t pushy Cons: - Water is polar ice cold - Many teenagers trying...
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Praia da Duquesa
#24 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Praia das Moitas Estoril
#27 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Quay Cascais
#29 of 68 things to do in Cascais
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Centro de Interpretacao Ambiental da Pedra do Sal
#33 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Boca do Inferno
#6 of 68 things to do in Cascais
Loved it and the he kids loved it too.
Fun for the whole family, and just a couple minutes out of town.
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