The marina is lovely great choice of restaurants and lovely view across the sea. Great place to visit.
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We stayed in Cascais for four nights & enjoyed a stroll around the marina - they take 650 boats so there's plenty to see for anyone interested in anything nautical. It has a lovely setting, behind the old fort, with a view to the lighthouse....More
As we toured all the must-see sights in the Lisbon area, this was a great reminder that the sea has always been a way of life here. Lovely place to sit and reflect, to take in the views, and to catch your breath.
So after we had investigated the main streets of Cascais, we wondered down through some of the Marina. It was interesting and historical but the fort was closed. Some cool items for photographers though! A little dirty perhaps, but that may have been the left...More
Cascais is a beautiful place with some fabulous buildings so we were disappointed with the marina which is just concrete and soul less. Some fabulous boats though!
CasCais was definitely a highlight of our trip. We rented bikes (easy to do in town, there are town bikes to rent and also private company - either one is good, town cheaper) and rode out along the coast and the views were just stunning!...More
Okay, it’s a marina—as in boats floating by docks, a few sailboats boasting white canvas on the open water. Along with the marina, of course, there’s a bar and restaurant. I found, however, walking along the perimeter parks and lovely strolling areas. Unless you have...More