Pronounced Kush-Kaish, Cascais was once a sleepy fishing village that has grown into a coastal resort that is popular with both locals and tourists alike. Set on the Estoril Coast, this seafront village has impressive golf courses, historic forts, fresh seafood and beautiful beaches, with the delightful Bay of Cascais offering great diving, sailing and windsurfing.
Take time away from the bustling beaches and wander along the winding lanes to find a small, car-free old town lined with boutique shops, museums and charming restaurants, luring you in with the aroma of chorizo.
“Whenever I think of Portugal, the first memories that spring to mind are cosy beach bars and the white-washed and pastel buildings of the capital Lisbon, one of my favourite cities. But there is also, of course, the Algarve, the Atlantic islands and the rolling hills of the Peneda-Gerês national park.” - Simon ReeveLearn more