Cascais is a Portuguese city located on the north coast of Lisbon, approximately 30 km from the capital.

It is part of the district of Lisbon and has four parishes: Carcavelos and Parede, São Domingos de Rana, Alcabideche, Cascais and Estoril.

Those who want to live in Cascais can certainly have the best of both worlds: the tranquility of a small beach town and at the same time enjoy all the facilities of a big capital, such as Lisbon.

Why live in Cascais?

Cascais has a privileged location and has an excellent public transport network – train and bus. The easy access from the region to the capital is also a great attraction for those who want to live in Cascais.

In fact, the trip is very pleasant, since both the railroad and the road travel a stretch of the coast, allowing beautiful views of the sea.

Finally, the proximity to Lisbon’s international airport makes travel to various parts of the world a lot easier!


Protected by the Sintra Mountains, the climate here is quite pleasant, with mild temperatures and 260 days of sunshine per year.

Cascais has hot and long summers and winter is not so cold – in fact the thermometers are rarely below 10º.

So if you’re looking for quality of life, lots of outdoor activity and a quiet pace, Cascais is your place!


Cascais also stands out for the beautiful beaches, calm waters and pleasant temperature, fine sand and little wind. The main ones are: Praia da Duquesa, da Conceição, Praia da Rainha, da Ribeira, Praia das Moitas and Santa Marta.

But the region also has beaches like Guincho, one of the best known for those who like water sports, such as surfing and kitesurfing.

It is also possible to enjoy the urban beaches of the village, at a very short distance from the center of Cascais, super quiet and perfect to take the children to play.

Leisure activities

Leisure options are certainly not lacking, even during the winter. Then you can enjoy the beautiful beaches, enjoy the outdoor spaces, bike around the region or simply take a beautiful walk along the slopes by the sea.

You can’t miss other historical spots like:

historical area of the village;
Mouth of Hell;
House and Lighthouse Museum of Santa Marta;
Mercado de Cascais;
Largo de Camões;
Museum of the Village;
Royal Palace of the Citadel of Cascais;
the Parque Marechal Carmona.

The cultural agenda of Cascais is hectic, with several events throughout the year, as well as the ease of attending the events that take place daily in Lisbon. For those who like to read, Cascais also counts a network of municipal libraries well diversified.

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