Located in the centre of Cascais, Praia da Rainha is a small but very picturesque beach surrounded by small cliffs and looks over the fishing harbour and Marina. The name (The Queens beach) was named after the last Portuguese queen (Rainha Dona Amelia). Perfect for snorkelling with very clear waters.
PRAIA DA RAINHA
Praia Das Moitas
The Praia das Moitas is a small beach between Estoril and Cascais. The beach includes thatched umbrellas and loungers and has a jetty extending into the sea. There are two restaurantes on the promenade which look directly onto the beach.
Praia de Carcavelos
Praia de Carcavelos is around 6km from Cascais in the direction of Lisbon. It is a large long beach with a range of beach restaurants and has beach football, volleyball and other sporting and oudoor facilities. Known for great surfing and perfect for beginners. A very popular beach.
Guincho beach is a popular Atlantic blue flag beach located on Portugal's Estoril coast, 5km from the town of Cascais.
The beach has great surfing conditions and is popular for surfing and kitesurfing.
Several sporting events are held at Guincho regularly, including the Portuguese National Surfing and BodyBoarding Championships.
PRAIA DO GUINCHO
The Praia do Tamariz, located infront of the Casino in Estoril is an ideal family beach with restaurants, covered areas, a natural sea swimming pool and jetty. The water is mostly very calm and shallow and includes an array of water sports. All beaches are monitored by lifeguards during the high season. Estoril train station is a mere 20 metres away.
PRAIA DO TAMARIZ
Praia da Duquesa is the longest stretch of beach nearest the centre of Cascais. This is the most popular beach in Cascais with a promenade, many beach restaurants and bars, thatched beach umbrellas and loungers all available upon request.