Cascais Village is, since the end of the 19th century, one of the most popular Portuguese tourist destinations by nationals and foreigners, you can enjoy a mild climate, the beaches, the landscapes, the hotels and the diverse gastronomy.
The Cascais Marina is by calling the stage of great events and a noble space of welcome, leisure and comfort for all of those who visit it. Next to the Bay, the marina and its surrounding area present excellent characteristics for the practice of Sailing.
It is the oldest fortress of the region, it was assigned to the Municipality of Cascais by the Ministries of National Defense, Finance and Internal Administration. In its midst you can find the monuments of Fortaleza de Nossa Senhora da Luz and the Palácio da Presidência da República.
Largo de Camões
The historical center of the Largo de Camões is one of the most sought after locations and frequented by locals and tourists. Characterized by a lively atmosphere, this square is a wonderful place and an unavoidable stopping point for anyone who is passing through the region.
Farol-Museu de Santa Marta
Fulfilling its duty as a coastal flag, the Farol-Museu de Santa Marta opened its doors to the public in 2007, as a space of culture and leisure. In addition to the old lighthouse keeper's residence, we can see the battery platforms, facing the sea and the documentation center.
Casa das Histórias Paula Rego
Inaugurated in 2009, the Casa das Histórias Paula Rego was designed by the architect Eduardo de Souto Moura to welcome the work of the most international Portuguese artist. Its mission is to promote awareness of Paula Rego's work and her artistic connections.