'''Cascais''' is easily reachable from [[Lisbon]] by car or by train (
40min), from the '''Cais do Sodré''' station. A return ticket costs approx 10€ (june 2014) and can be bought from the automatic ticket machines. Remember to keep the ticket as it will be checked and punched by the conductor in both directions. Carris operate a bus between Cais do Sodre and Lisbon Airport every 20 mins. It is a yellow 'Aerobus' no. 1 and leaves from outside the terminal. Costs €3.50 one way (June 2014). Cais do Sodre is the last stop.
A car ride between Lisbon International Airport and Cascais
can range between 30 minutes and 1h15 (on rush hours).
Cascais, once a fishermen's harbour, is a nice and sophisticated town, also a great gateway to explore the beautiful gold sand beach of Guincho.
Find yourself a restaurant that takes its deserts seriously, and finish your meal with one of the local sweet specialties: Travesseiros, the famous Queijadas de Sintra, Fofos de Belas, Areias de Cascais or Trouxas de Malveira. Portuguese egg-based confectionary is unique and delicious, and a fine companion for some after dinner port.
Vinho de Carcavelos, Estação Agronómica Nacional Tel. (00351) 214 40 35 00
Adega Regional de Colares, Open from 9am-1pm and 2pm-6pm every day. A tasting of these fine wines can be organised in advance for a minimum of 10 people Tel. (00 351) 219 28 73 33, Alameda Coronel Linhares de Lima 24, 2705-135 Colares.
*<eat name="Baía-Grill" alt="Hotel Baía Cascais" adress="Av. Marginal 2754-509" phone="(+351) 214 83 10 33" email="[email protected]"> The Baia Grill Restaurant stakes high on its kitchen as the Gastronomy Prize from the Estoril Tourism Office proves. Formalities are left aside and the focus is on the food, offering a varied selection of traditional Portuguese and International dishes, its specialties being the freshest fish and seafood. Allied to a good wine list, a friendly and unpretentious service and a fantastic terrace with the view of the bay in the background, it is a recipe for success.
*'''Panorama''', Estr. do Guincho 2750-642. Tel: 21487 9458
* <sleep name="Hotel S. Julião" url="http://www.hotelsaojuliao.com./Home/" phone="+351 21 4572102 (fax:+351 21 4566993)" fax="" price="" address="Pr. do Junqueiro nº 16, Carcavelos- Cascais Portugal" email="[email protected]"> </sleep>
*<sleep name="Hotel Baia Cascais" alt="***" address="Av. Marginal 2754-509" directions="" phone="(+351) 21 4831033" email="[email protected]" url="http://www.hotelbaia.com/" checkin="14h" checkout="12h" price="" lat="" long="">The 3 star Hotel Baia in Cascais has the most privileged location on the Estoril Coast. Right in the center of town opposite the beach it offers breathtaking views of the Cascais Bay. After extensive renovations, it now offers 113 rooms, most of which have a balcony overlooking the sea and the remainder a view over the town of Cascais and the Mountains of Sintra. On the top floor you will find a covered, heated (in the winter) swimming pool and the Blue Bar, a sunset lounge bar where you can enjoy a drink or a snack while admiring the view of the bay as far as Lisbon. On the Ground floor, along its welcoming Sea-Front Terrace with Bar and Snack Service as well as free Wi-Fi internet access you will also find the reputed Baía Grill Restaurant famous for its gastronomy. The Hotel Baia Cascais also has fully equipped Conference Rooms and Banquet Roomsfor up to 200 people as well as a private underground Car Park with a capacity of 90 cars. Close to all the local Golf Courses and other sports facilities, Cascais Marina and Sailing Club, Beaches, Racing Track, The Estoril Tourism Office and the historic Estoril Casino, this family-run hotel offers all its visitors a warm, welcoming atmosphere with a personal and friendly quality service.</sleep>
Scotturb Bus 403 [http://www.scotturb.com/inverno2009/403.htm] travels regularly to [[Sintra]] , stopping at [[Cabo da Roca]].
* [[Mafra]] or Queluz, Costa da Caparica, Palmela, Sesimbra, Troia.