From Cascais you reach this place in an easy 50 car minutes, which is a pilgrimage well worth it. Aak a Portuguese where to go for seafood and most, the obviously uninitiated, will mention an establishment closer to town, not even included, sofar, on this site, with a name from an Italian gangster movie. But ignore this knowledge, now you have found Terra Mar. Your bonus comes first. Splendid views from this roadside, top of the hill palace of superb seafood. Seasnails, clams bulhāo pato (called after a minor poet, whose name should be etched on garlic for eternity), crab salad for starters, lobster if you can afford it, or the hugh plate of seafood which cannot be described even in 50 words. The best is the hugh bowl of cataplana, spreading a thick blanket of wholesomeness when the lid is lifted, all its concentrated fragrances free to go. Eat my friends, eat. One order for two is enough for 4 people if it must be, but three is optimal for very hungry travellers. The price is very reasonable, allowing you that second or even third bottle of icecold Vino Verde, which is also fairly billed. By all means, take no chances, order too much and decide to have the left overs carefully bagged for your "dog", in your nearby motorhome, caravan or apartement, if you wish. We make this pleasant trek from Cascais several times a year. You may be lucky and be staying in the area. Excellent: go several times a week to test the menu. You lucky so and so. Enjoy yourself. And don't tell anyone I sent you.