Estoril, Cascais and Sintra
The golden triangle
Our location offers a wide range of cultural and leisure activities, including the Estoril Casino, art galleries, museums, a modern conference centre, tennis courts, golf courses, cycle paths, and a racetrack. You can also take a short walk to Tamariz Beach and its attractive promenade with bars and cafes.
International Crafts Fair
Estoril Tennis Open
Just a short journey away, the charming town of Sintra sits atop the Sintra Mountains and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. Its stunning architecture and enchanting gardens, including the Royal Palaces and Botanical Gardens, are a testament to the town’s rich history and cultural significance. You can’t leave without tasting Piriquita’s legendary puff pastries or Sintra’s sweet cheese tartlets.
Located on the Estoril Coast, Cascais is a picturesque town with stunning beaches and historic architecture. Its delightful old town, just a brief stroll along the promenade or a two-stop train ride away, presents an array of shops and restaurants. Take your time to explore the Santa Marta Lighthouse Museum or the Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, a museum devoted to the Portuguese artist. Water sports enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of activities, such as windsurfing, sailing, water skiing, kite surfing, and parascending. For the more experienced surfing, windsurfing in Guincho Beach is a must-try.
city of Lisbon
city of Lisbon
The narrow cobblestone streets of the old neighbourhoods, such as Alfama and Bairro Alto, offer a glimpse into traditional Portuguese life. From strolling through the city’s parks to enjoying a night out in the trendy bars and restaurants, the city is a train ride away from Estoril.