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By booking a hotel in Cascais you’ll find yourself in a cosmopolitan city, known for its picturesque centre, beautiful mansions and a marina. Cascais is considered to be one of the richest municipalities in Portugal.

Things to Do In Central Cascais

Visit the Paula Rego Museum and admire work by one of Portugal's most internationally acclaimed artists, known for her colourful Portuguese themed paintings based on storybooks. She was born in Lisbon but raised in Cascais, making her something of a local darling.

Discover the World Press Cartoon Museum, which displays one of the most prestigious international exhibitions of graphic humour. Enjoy the humorous sketches, caricatures and cartoons.

Explore Boca do Inferno, which is a cave carved out by ocean waves. The name literally translates to the ‘mouth to hell’, as it produces a spectacular sound effect when the waves crash into the rocks.

Admire the 19th century Lighthouse, which is home to the Santa Marta Museum. Recently renovated, it is an iconic Portuguese lighthouse. The history and beauty of lighthouses in Portugal is conveyed through a movie shown at the Museum, depicting the oversized Fresnel lenses, and the lighthouse keepers’ diaries against the beautiful backdrop of sweeping sea views.

Head to the Fort of Our Lady, built to protect the coast of Lisbon and dedicated to Our Lady of Light.

Relax on Guincho beach, a large sandy beach favoured by surfers and windsurfers, who come here seeking perfect waves. The World Surfing Championship were once held here, so you know it’ll be good.

Food and Drink

In the nearby Luis de Camões Square you will find many dining options, including traditional Portuguese seafood restaurants, along with trendy bars and pubs. Don’t forget to try the delicious butter cakes from Cascais called ‘areias’.


Frederico Arouca Street has several stalls selling cute accessories, which are perfect for souvenirs. For something a little more substantial, go to Cascais Shopping, where you’ll find great fashion brands, decorative items, technology and entertainment. There’s also a cinema where movies are displayed with English subtitles.

There is a train service leaving downtown Lisbon for Cais do Sodré, which will take you to Cascais, in about 50 minutes, but you can also choose to rent a car to explore the Cascais area at your own pace.