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Cascais

7 nights, 2 adults, bed & breakfast

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Lisbon Coast

Lisbon Coast

 

Portugal

Coastal paradise in the country of explorers

 

Portugal’s name ‘garden of Europe’ has been well-earned. Indeed, thanks to the benefits of the Gulf Stream, the exotic plants which explorers brought back long ago from the four corners of the world have become indigenous all along the Atlantic coast. But beyond its gentle climate and varied vegetation, Portugal is above all known for its history rich with navigators and adventurers who have endowed this marvellous country on the western tip of Europe with some beautiful historical treasures.

Côte de Lisbonne

 

Lisbon Coast

 

Near the capital and along the Atlantic lie dream locations that house numerous treasures, both on a tourism and cultural level. Long, sandy beaches, authentic fishing villages, towns full of history and spectacular nature parks – very few European cities have so many attractions on their doorstep. Cascais and Estoril, very fashionable seaside resorts, are the ideal departure point to discover the fascinating Lisbon Coast, and a guarantee of an unforgettable holiday for everyone.


Tourist locations

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Cascais

Cascais was formerly a small fishing village, as evidenced by the brightly coloured boats of the Praia dos Pescadores. Today, Cascais has become a modern town with many restaurants, coffee shops and shopping streets on the Atlantic coast. Most of the hotels are located a little outside of the centre and along the coastal route that stretches from Cascais to the magnificent beach of Praia do Guincho, a hotspot for windsurfing. Estoril, a shrine to luxury and social life, is linked directly to Cascais via the seafront promenade and is among the most elegant seaside destinations in Portugal.

Estoril

 

 

 

Estoril

Cascais was formerly a small fishing village, as evidenced by the brightly coloured boats of the Praia dos Pescadores. Today, Cascais has become a modern town with many restaurants, coffee shops and shopping streets on the Atlantic coast. Most of the hotels are located a little outside of the centre and along the coastal route that stretches from Cascais to the magnificent beach of Praia do Guincho, a hotspot for windsurfing. Estoril, a shrine to luxury and social life, is linked directly to Cascais via the seafront promenade and is among the most elegant seaside destinations in Portugal.

Excursion

  • Costa da Caparica, Sesimbra, Setúbal (price on demand)

    Just below Lisbon the Costa da Caparica stretches for 15 km as far as Cabo do Espichel. This coastal fringe offers all the ingredients for a perfect seaside holiday. A little further south lies the pretty fishing village and seaside resort of Sesimbra, nestled like a pearl in a rocky bay on the edge of the Atlantic. Its charming narrow streets are lined with welcoming bars and restaurants. A little further east, the harbour town of Setúbal offers daily ferry crossings to Tróia, where further magnificent, sandy beaches await sun lovers.

  • Ericeira (price on demand, meal not included)

    Ericeira, the most westerly fishing village in all of continental Europe, has become a very busy seaside resort while preserving the charm of its charming old town. Its beautiful beach, Praia do Sul, welcomes holidaymakers and windsurfers from around the world. In addition, Ericeira is known throughout Portugal for the quality of its fresh fish and seafood.

  • Lisbon (price on demand, meal not included)

    This white town on the banks of the Tage currently features among the trendiest towns in Europe. Against a backdrop of baroque buildings and modern architecture, the narrow streets of the town teem with bars and restaurants inviting you to indulge. And with nearby beaches fronting top-quality seaside resorts, the Portuguese capital is a prime destination for many reasons.

  • Sintra (price on demand, meal not included)

    The little town of Sintra is located approx. 25 km west of Lisbon and only about 20 kilometres from Cascais and Estoril. Sintra is well known for its rich cultural heritage including hundred-year-old palaces and castles, and for its superb nature park with exotic plants. Since 1995, its cultural landscape has been part of UNESCO’s world heritage.

The excursions on offer, as well as their prices and times, may vary depending on the location of the hotel. Excursion prices are provided for information purposes only and may be subject to change. For more information and to book, please contact your local LuxairTours guide.

Important informations

A tourist tax has been charged in Cascais and Estoril since 2017. Please note that this new mandatory tax is to be paid locally (at the hotel) and is not included in the prices indicated in this brochure.

Total:
• 1,- per person/per night up to a maximum of 7 nights per person/stay
• this tourist tax does not apply to children under 13 years of age
 

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