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.
Steps Away
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.
Coastal Cascais
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.
The vibrant
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.