Beaches of Cascais shoreline
This is marked by several beaches, the line that connects Lisbon to Cascais.
A small bay, along with a rock in its center, this beach is the north beach of Guincho. Being a quiet beach, sheltered, access is made only by stairs that lie between the rocks. During the summer season, it is guarded.
One of the largest beaches of the coastal zone of Lisbon, this is exposed to wind strength, perfect to create good waves for surfing and windsurfing, bodyboard and kytesurf, being promoted only for athletes with experience. During the summer it is guarded, having a first aid stand.
Santa Marta beach
It is behind the Museum Conde Castro Guimarães, offering catering and trade services, getting only 110 meters away from Coconuts nightclub.
In the middle of Cascais, this fishing village contains all the dining facilities and trade and is accompanied by the Bay Hotel and Seixas Palace.
Its name comes from Queen Dona Amelia, last queen of Portugal, who would spend their summer time on this beach. Currently it is accompanied by housing House and Pergola Hotel Albatross, being watched during the summer.
Among the Chalet Faial and the Chapel of Our Lady of Conception, this beach is accessed by the wall, via a ramp with stairs. This beach has disabled access and is monitored during the summer.
It lies between the Dukes of Palmela Palace / Hotel Albatross and the Chalet Faial, this beach got its name due to the large frequency made by the Dukes of Palmela. A beach with disabled access and guarded during the summer, this is also accompanied by catering services.
Between the beach and the Duchess of Tamariz, this is the border wall that connects Estoril to Cascais. In the surrounding area is the Hotel Estoril Eden Suites and contains dining and shopping services along with a large swimming pool.
It is in front of the Estoril Casino garden, being watched during the summer in the surrounding area are catering services and trade. Standing a few meters from the train station and the São Mamede hotels, England and Estoril Palace. This beach is quite popular during the bathing season and has no parking nearby.
In São João do Estoril, this is accessible from the beach of Tamariz the wall, or by terrestrial tunnel that connects to the Santa Rita valley. You can see the old fort, which is currently a nightclub.
Accompanied by steep cliffs, which is only accessed by the building, which links Cascais to Estoril or by the steep staircase that connects with Avenida Marques Leal.
São Pedro beach
Is protected by a cliff, this beach offers perfect conditions for surfing and skimming. But it is strongly sought by its argillaceous rocks, which offer therapeutic properties, together with its mineral springs. Also offers catering services, trade and surf school.
Separated from the beach of St. Peter only a rock formation, this is surrounded by a steep slope, and its reachable by a staircase or by a narrow passage from St. Peter. surfers election Beach, this also includes catering services, showers and a night bar that doubles as a nightclub.
Surrounded by a rock formation, composed of fauna and marine flora, this is between the beach and Bafureira wall. If there is no parking near, access is preferred by an underpass or directly on the beach. This includes catering services and during the summer is supervised.
Near the Fort of São Julião da Barra, this beach is well frequented during the bathing season, offering dining and shopping services. Also being beach of choice for surfing and skimming, all year round. This is equipped with changing rooms and showers, school of surfing and windsurfing, tourism kiosk and is watched during the summer.
Separated from the Carcavelos beach at Fort Sao Juliao da Barra, it is protected from the wind, mostly visited by young people, bodyboard practitioners and skimming. It offers showers and changing rooms and is monitored during the summer and has disabled access.
Santo Amaro de Oeiras beach
Near Lisbon, near the entrance to the mouth of the Tagus River, this beach is accompanied by the Municipal Garden Oeiras, and due to night lighting, several volleyball tournaments, beach football. During the summer it is guarded and has catering facilities and changing rooms.
Paço de Arcos beach
Also known as beach Nova, this is much sought after by surfers during the bathing season. Being a beach with food service, showers, changing rooms, it also has an infrastructure in the sand to practice sports such as volleyball and soccer. During the summer it is guarded.
Near the Fort of San Bruno, this is at the mouth of the Tagus River, and a very quiet beach, managing to preserve its natural beauty. The only coffee that has, is accessed by a bridge over the creek Barcarena.