Cascais Estoril Ocean
120€ per car (up to 4 pax)
In this tour you’ll be side by side with the ocean and finish by enjoying the magnificent view on top of the Sintra mountain! The coastal towns of Cascais and Estoril always rank among the top day trips from Lisbon.
IncludedCascais Estoril OceanLiability and accident insuranceEnglish-speaking driverBottled waterPrivate car
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Lined with cafes and bars, this beach is often packed by the tourists and the locals in the summer. Overlooked by as castle owned by the royal family of Monaco and next to the magnificent Estoril Casino and its gardens, the Tamariz beach can easily be reached by train, stopping by Tamariz at the Estoril station.
Cascais is a seaside town at the very edge of the peninsula where the Atlantic meets the Tagus River. It was initially an important fishing port, but then gained notoriety as an upper class resort town when King Luís began to vacation here in 1870. Today it's economy is largely tourism, with many long sandy beaches, restaurants, and hotels dotting the coastline.
Boca do Inferno
The Boca do Inferno is a seaside cliff located near the city of Cascais, in Portugal. The name of the place means Mouth of Hell, but the “mouth” itself is not too big – a relatively small hole compared to the size of the cliff -, but the scenery as a whole is stunning. The sound of the Atlantic waves crashing against the rocks, the wind blowing, the blue sky, it’s beautiful!
Praia do Guincho
Located on cliffs outside Cascais, this beach is one of the most beautiful beaches around Lisbon. Although the beach is not the best for swimming due to powerful waves and wind, it is regarded as one of the greatest beaches for windsurfing and surfing. It is a major venue in both the European and the World Surfing and Windsurfing Championships.
Cabo da Roca
Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point of continental Europe. There is a marker and cross on the cape. You’ll find a couple of restaurants and souvenir stores. The most notable building on the cape is the lighthouse. The lighthouse is known in Portuguese as the Farol do Cabo da Roca. Being the westernmost point of Europe makes Cabo da Roca the perfect starting point for a European trip.
Peninha - View Point
Peninha is situated on one of the highest peaks of the Serra de Sintra, on Cabo da Roca, in the buffer zone of the Sintra Cultural Landscape, and is composed of an urban part - the Peninha Sanctuary, classified as a property of public interest , which integrates the hermitage of San Saturnino, the Chapel of Our Lady of Penha and a romantic palace - and a rustic part that extends to the county of Cascais.