Carcavelos and Cascais

Located between the Atlantic Ocean and Serra de Sintra and near the capital Lisbon, Carcavelos and Cascais offer those who visit them modern accessibilities and tourism infrastructures.
If you come from Lisbon, and choose to travel by road, you can use the A5, a direct and modern highway, or enjoy the magnificent landscape, using the Marginal Road (EN 6), a unique route in natural beauty that will provide unforgettable moments.
If you travel by public transport, you will find a comprehensive routes network, which will allow the user a comfortable and fast trip, whether by bus or train. The train journey allows you to enjoy a view over the Tagus estuary, with its bucolic and nostalgic surroundings like the Jeronimos Monastery and Belém Tower, and enjoy the unique maritime landscape of this region.
Cascais as equipment of great tourist value, as is the case of the Cascais Marina and the Tires Municipal Aerodrome which has a modern aerogare, with capacity for 80 to 90 passengers, prepared to receive international traffic (passengers from countries with Schengen Agreement) and to provide all necessary assistance and technical services, as well as information on air taxis.
The region is served by the international airport of Lisbon, located only 30 km away, where all the large aviation companies have stopovers and balconies.

More information at www.cm-cascais.pt

Carcavelos Beach

Located between Praia da Parede and Praia da Torre (Oeiras), Praia de Carcavelos is the first beach of Cascais county that we find when we travel from Lisbon to Cascais.

It is one of the biggest beaches in Cascais county with a large stretch of sand, and has a big demand by Surfers, Windsurfers and Bodyboarders due to the strong rippling of its waters, which is why several competitions are held there. This beach is also much sought after by schools and holiday colonies.
During the bathing season it is a guarded and signalized beach. It is equipped with an amphibious chair for the disabled and has a Medical / First Aid Station.
This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag (Symbol of Quality) in recent years and is classified as an Accessible Beach for the disabled.