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Cascais and Estoril, on the coast north of Lisbon, became one of the most cosmopolitan and tourist places in Portugal, from the moment when King D. Luís I chose the bay for his summer residence, at the end of the 19th century. . XIX.
Cascais was once an elegant summer retreat for the Portuguese monarchy during the 19th century and a haven for European royalty during World War II thanks to the country's neutral status. Over time, this peculiar atmosphere has changed and the city has become a refined cultural hub, with a vibrant nightlife and an enviable quality of life. However, the splendor and icons of its maritime heyday have remained to this day, through the elegant lighthouses, forts and the 17th century Citadel.​

What to visit in Cascais

  • Guincho Beach

  • Guia Lighthouse

  • Hell's Mouth

  • Santa Marta Lighthouse

  • Cascais Bay

  • historic center

  • Estoril Casino


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