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7 Things to Do in Cascais

Lush natural greenery and sandy beaches await you in Cascais. A seaside town, Cascais has a whole host of fun waiting for you. Make sure you visit the best it has to offer!

Boca do Inferno

Hike to the Boca do Inferno from the city, it's a scenic 1-mile trek. Once you're at the cliff's edges take in the salty spray of the ocean, and the spectacular views.

Ribeira Beach

Not too far from the city center, the Ribeira Beach is great for families. You'll find lots of shops and restaurants nearby and fine, golden sand under your toes. Enjoy the cool water after you sun yourself!

Santa Marta Lighthouse

Learn more about lighthouses and the history of the Santa Marta Lighthouse when you visit the 25 meter structure. You'll find a museum inside that explores technical aspects of the optics involved in lighthouses.

Castro Guimaraes Museum

Enjoy the private art collection of Jorge O'Neil presented in the Castro Guimaraes Museum. The building's architecture features a mixture of stylistic elements that embrace aspects of Portuguese and Arabic cultures.

Monumental de Cascais

Go on a Monumental de Cascais--also known as a tour of the city. Book yourself a tour guide and get lost on a green hike through town as you learn all about the history of Cascais.

Sintra-Cascais Natural Park

Protected since the early 1980s, the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park is a stunning landscape to behold. While you explore, stop by the Pena Palace for panoramic views, and then afterwards head to Guincho beach to surround yourself with ocean.

Cascais to Sintra Trip

Nature aficionados will appreciate the day trip to Sintra. Wander through leafy trails and explore nooks and crannies of the local caves. When you're done hiking around, grab a relaxing drink as you watch the sunset over the beach.

Planning Your Cascais Visit

How to get around Cascais?

With so much natural beauty around, one of the best ways to get around Cascais is certainly on foot. Plus the town is small enough to be traversed on foot and by bike. There is a public transportation system that is roomy and even air-conditioned, should you want to take a train or a bus.

What to eat in Cascais?

While you're sightseeing in Cascais you must sample the best of the local cuisine--fresh seafood. The coastal town is known for having some of the best shrimp, crab, lobster, fish, and even barnacle. Delight your taste buds!

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  • Best time to visit
    The best time to visit Cascais is from spring to fall. The weather warms up and the charming small coastal town is the perfect spot for a beach vacation away from the stresses of routine.

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What People Are Saying About Cascais

If you are in Lisbon for a short visit , this tour is well worth it !

We thoroughly enjoyed this excursion outside of the city of Lisbon . Great pace by Joao our guide who was extremely informative. This trip made our holiday much more special and gave us something to remember - a bonus it will stop any couple arguing about how to get from place A to B if they haven't taken a guide !! I'd say doubly worth it !! Enjoy ! Thanks Joao ! Regards Esther and Abi
Sintra, Cascais, and Estoril: Full-Day Tour from Lisbon Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer, 10/25/2016

Great tour, great guide, we had a fantastic day

Great guide, because of rainy weather Matthew adjusted the tour. We went for a great lunch to authentic restaurant.

It was a magical day and our guide was a perfect gentlemen

Our half-day tour was filled with fascinating information, beautiful sightseeing, all of which was facilitated by our guide. He gave us a sense of history that you don't find in books. It was a rare experience, one that we will cherish forever.
Half-Day Sintra Tour from Lisbon with Transfers Reviewed by Kristine, 10/18/2016

Best guided tour ever for 8 ladies from Stockholm!

Our guide Joao made our day really by showing his enormous knowledge in the history of the Pena Palace. And in a humorous way! Due to heavy traffic he changed from plan A to plan B by starting the tour with Cascais and finishing with the Pena Palace, a very good decision. We had lunch in A Adega, a most charming place. A nice welcome from the chef and we were served a delicious tapas menue.
Sintra and Cascais Small Group Tour from Lisbon Reviewed by Marianne, 10/09/2016

Super, very nice, the best guide you can dream of. He did a great job

Very good and personal approach, the guide gave a lot of attention to what our needs were and gave very good tips on how to divide our time... Nice experience ... don't hesitate to book

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