The Estoril Coast extends from the Atlantic Ocean and the Tagus river estuary in the south and west up to the northern boundary of the parish of Cascais.
The area is near Lisbon and is served both by Lisbon’s international airport and by the Municipal Aerodrome of Cascais at Tires. Road and rail networks are excellent.
Lisbon int.airport(LIS)/Portela de Sacavem,Loures/Lisboa. Trains(stations of Santa Apolonia, Oriente, Entrecampos, Areeiro, Cais do Sodre etc.)
Subway(metro)in Lisbon city, bus, train.
As an alternative to the usual selection of international dishes, you’ll find that the gastronomic delights of the Estoril Coast will definitely be to your liking.
Try sweets: Travesseiros, the famous Queijadas de Sintra, Fofos de Belas, Areias de Cascais or Trouxas de Malveira. Indeed, Portuguese egg-based confectionary is unique not just in Europe but probably in the entire world.
As for wine, the Estoril Coast produces very small quantities of its own fine wines in Carcavelos and Colares, a rare pleasure that you might have the opportunity to try.
Palácio Estoril,Hotel Golf & Spa - Rua Particular firstname.lastname@example.org 2769-504 Estoril Ph: +351 214648000 | Fax: +351 214648159 Situated in the heart of Estoril, just a 25 minutes drive from Lisbon, the Hotel Palacio Estoril is a luxury five star hotel enjoying beautifully landscaped gardens and magnificent sea views. Splendid classical buildings from the 30’s, the Palacio Hotel Estoril is full of history. It has been fully renovated in 2006. On its doorstep, a wealth of leisure and cultural activities include the famous casino and modern congress centre as well as white sandy beaches and exclusive golf courses. Banyan Tree Spa opening soon updated by RC 29-03.2010