Cascais activities


The coastline is the ideal setting for water sports such as: sailing, windsurfing, surfing, kite surfing and water skiing, which are some of the many sports that can be practiced along the coast. The famous Cascais beach, which is about 250m far from hotel offers possibilities for – School of Surfing, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Sea Kayaks, School Of Kite Surfing, Sailing, Water Skiing, Try Scuba Dive Adventure.


SUP or Stand-up Paddleboarding is one of the hottest watersports around at the moment and some of the reasons are it’s quick to learn and a great experience. SUP is the often used abbreviation for Stand-up Paddleboarding and is one of the fastest growing sports currently, with many people trying it and it is increasing in awareness as so many celebrities are trying this new activity for its fun and easy way to play on the water.

Cascais coast has perfect conditions for paddle-board cruising. With its excellent clean white sandy beaches and clear water you will cruise comfortably along the rugged and varied coast line. On these cruises you will be able to take in the local scenery from a different perspective, see the abundant amount of fish that swim along these coasts, and see the variety of maritime birds on the cliff tops, truly spectacular…2HOUR SUP cruise in Cascais will take you to the Palácio dos Condes de Castro Guimarães. You will head out of Cascais Bay towards the Farol De Santa Marta where you will head inland to a natural lagoon. From there you head to the Palace first passing under a magnificent bridge and right up to the beach for a small rest before heading back. There is also a possibility to join the group on Sea Kayak for those who will not want to try SUP.



Cruise the breathtaking coast of Portugal aboard a private catamaran on this half-day coast cruise from Cascais to Lisbon. Choose to bask in the sun on the deck or dive into the Atlantic for a swim near both Lisbon and the beautiful Estoril coastline. This sailing trip can also have a BBQ lunch and a variety of refreshing beverages.  Leave your worries behind and enjoy the day on sea. The sail strarts in Cascais Marina / about 25min nice coastal walk from hotel/  where a  catamaran will be waiting for you to take you to Lisbon. The catamaran ride will take approx. 2 – 4 hours. Before you arrive to Lisbon / Doca de Sto. Amaro/ you will have a chance to see the beauties of Lisbon from different perspective.


This tour is a unique way to see all the major sites of central Lisbon. Insider guides give you a great insight into Lisbon’s lifestyle, history and culture as well as useful tips. A highlight of any visit to Lisbon is a ride on the number 28 tram. This enjoyable tram route passes through many of Lisbon’s finest districts, including Baixa, Graça, Alfama and Estrela, but most visitors travel on it to climb the steep hill from Baixa to the castle and Alfama.

Due to the undulating route, only the classic Remodelado trams, which were originally commissioned in the 1930s, are able navigate the steep inclines or sharp twists of the tracks. These trams (that would be in a museum in any other city) are an integral part of Lisbon public transport network, and a ride on the number 28 tram is a TOP highlight of any trip to Lisbon!!!!


Sintra is a picturesque Portuguese town that is set amidst the pine covered hills of the Serra de Sintra. Sintra offers more than 10 national monuments, which include ornate palaces, ancient ruins and decorative houses. Sintra is about 20minutes ride from the hotel in Cascais. The tour includes monuments in Sintra and the sighseeings and Cabo da Roca the most western point of Europe.

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