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Wander around the center of Cascais, a former fishing village and today a popular holiday spot. You can wander through narrow alleyways and see the traditional Portuguese white houses or enjoy some time relaxing at the beach.
Buzzing seaside town - well worth a day trip for the sandy beaches, safe swimming and laid back resort vibe. The Guia area is away from the tourist bustle and worth the long costal walk from town.
The city is extremely cozy. Many cafes, restaurants and shops, park and museums. Portuguese king so loved to spend time here. We will take pictures with spectacular views from the cliff of the Devil’s Mouth. Through the most expensive residential area of Portugal.
Wonderful beaches and easily accessible by public transport. Natural beauty and water sports and a lot of excitement.
Nowadays, Cascais has managed to retain much of its original charm. The picturesque center of the city is a labyrinth of small streets, many of which have been transformed into pedestrian zones to allow easy access to the variety of shops, bars and restaurants. The best way to enjoy the beauty of…