What to do and see in Cascais Coast
Dolce Cascais Guest House has a privileged central location to discover the beautiful Estoril Coast the magnificent Sintra Mountains and the cosmopolitan city of Lisbon. See Guest House Location.
Activities you can enjoy
The proximity of the sea and the mountains offers a wide variety of sports and outdoor activities that will surely combine with you and all your friends and members of the family, such as golf, tennis, boat rides, sailing, jet ski, scuba diving, fishing, surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, horse riding or simply jogging or biking along the fantastic coast line.
Palaces, churches, museums and beautiful lighthouses are also a must in the historical and cultural town of Cascais.
In downtown Cascais you will find a wide range of both local handicraft stores as well as stores from famous designers and shopping centre.
Cascais is also a perfect place for a fun night out with its different restaurants, bars and discos.
Place by Place… what to do
Estoril Coast and Town
20 Km of sunny beaches ideal to relax in the sun or for water sports.
Known as the Portuguese Riviera the town was once the residence of kings and aristocracy of Europe. To this day Estoril still holds the most beautiful villas and gardens. This resort town presents every summer the arts and craft fair with traditional restaurants and live concerts.
The Estoril Casino is the largest one in Europe enjoying worldwide prestige. Here you can find the Traditional Gambling Room, the Slot Machine Room as well as bars with daily live music and an area for art exhibitions.
The Estoril Race Track was the scenario for the Gran Prix of Formula 1 and receives every year several international events of motor races such as the Le Mans series and GT Open Championship races amongst others.
A picturesque and welcoming fisherman village with white sandy beaches, monuments, shopping areas, parks and a cosmopolitan night life with discos, bars and restaurants known for the excellent fresh fish and seafood served with delicious Portuguese wines, many of them on the sea front offering a relaxed atmosphere.
Close to the centre you can find BOCA DO INFERNO a natural grotto created by the constant crashing of the waves against the cliff side with its daily handicraft market.
Located 5 kms from Cascais this beach surrounded by great sand dunes and tall pine trees is considered the surfers paradise. Guincho is also the location for annual surfing and windsurfing international events.
Close by, you can enjoy the most beautiful views and sunset in CABO DA ROCA the westernmost point in continental Europe.
The enchanted village of Sintra, World Heritage by UNESCO, is one of the most delightful places to be discovered in Portugal. With its Royal Palaces, Moorish Castle and mysterious gardens and parks is considered to be an earthly paradise.
Lisbon a romantic city, full of history and cultural traditions. Magnificent castles, monuments and churches are side by side with modern museums. Bordered by one of Europe’s widest rivers, the Tagus, the city spreads across the slopes of seven hills and down to the Atlantic Ocean.