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The coastal area of the Lisbon region, between the capital and Cascais, nearly 30km of coastline, is considered the Portuguese Riviera. The influence of the sea, the marinas, the sandy beaches, the setting of the Serra de Sintra, the historical heritage and the privileged climate (more than 260 days a year without rain) make it very pleasant to live and give it a lot of charm, even a glamorous and romantic side.

 
 
Located just 20km from Lisbon, the picturesque and charming city of Cascais, is one of the main assets of this region, which has important architectonic and artistic works. The cultural choice is very rich, always renewed: there is always a new museum to visit, a concert to listen or a new exhibition to be seen. The Estoril Casino, the largest in Europe, offers an extraordinary set of fun activities - from the many game modes to the highlights of variety shows, with daily sessions.
 
It is a excellence place for the practice of water sports from the most radical to the most sophisticated (surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing ...), with quality infrastructure, especially the new Marina of Cascais. It is possible to walk on the dike or cycle on the bike path between Guia and Guincho.
 
 
Moreover, with its many golf courses, this region is undoubtedly an exceptional place for all those who love this sport. Classed among the best courses in Europe, they are located in privileged locations and have excellent facilities and infrastructures.
As a complement to the sea, green spaces are also fundamental to the ecological balance of the region, such as the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park.
 
On the level of gastronomy, many restaurants offer the most typical dishes based on seafood and fish, often with a spectacular view of the sea.
 
It is necessary to know that Cascais is also very sought after to develop its business: it is the 4th region of the country with the largest number of companies (277 / km2), generating 2.3% of Portuguese GDP.
 
Do not hesitate to ask us for our brochure about Cascais and the coastal area of Lisbon, not from a tourist point of view but with a brief description and interesting information about the lifestyle and the dynamics of the local property market.
 

The coastal area of the Lisbon region, between the capital and Cascais, nearly 30km of coastline, is considered the Portuguese Riviera. The influence of the sea, the marinas, the sandy beaches, the setting of the Serra de Sintra, the historical heritage and the privileged climate (more than 260 days a year without rain) make it very pleasant to live and give it a lot of charm, even a glamorous and romantic side.

 
 
Located just 20km from Lisbon, the picturesque and charming city of Cascais, is one of the main assets of this region, which has important architectonic and artistic works. The cultural choice is very rich, always renewed: there is always a new museum to visit, a concert to listen or a new exhibition to be seen. The Estoril Casino, the largest in Europe, offers an extraordinary set of fun activities - from the many game modes to the highlights of variety shows, with daily sessions.
 
It is a excellence place for the practice of water sports from the most radical to the most sophisticated (surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing ...), with quality infrastructure, especially the new Marina of Cascais. It is possible to walk on the dike or cycle on the bike path between Guia and Guincho.
 
 
Moreover, with its many golf courses, this region is undoubtedly an exceptional place for all those who love this sport. Classed among the best courses in Europe, they are located in privileged locations and have excellent facilities and infrastructures.
As a complement to the sea, green spaces are also fundamental to the ecological balance of the region, such as the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park.
 
On the level of gastronomy, many restaurants offer the most typical dishes based on seafood and fish, often with a spectacular view of the sea.
 
It is necessary to know that Cascais is also very sought after to develop its business: it is the 4th region of the country with the largest number of companies (277 / km2), generating 2.3% of Portuguese GDP.
 
Do not hesitate to ask us for our brochure about Cascais and the coastal area of Lisbon, not from a tourist point of view but with a brief description and interesting information about the lifestyle and the dynamics of the local property market.
 
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