Cascais Best Beaches
Praia das Maçãs (Apple beach) is one of the most popular beaches within striking distance of Lisbon.
The beach of São Pedro do Estoril is a small stretch of sand backed by cliffs and rocks at either end.
This popular beach gets its name from the Palace of the Dukes of Palmela (Palacio do Duque de Palmela) which overlooks it.
This cove with a small sandy beach is located just behind the Marina in Cascais at the western end of the town.
Cresmina beach (Praia da Cresmina) is located right next to the bigger, much better known Guincho beach - in fact it is sometimes referred to as "Little Guincho".
Just around the corner from Praia Grande is another local favourite Praia da Adraga. This sandy little cove is backed by high cliffs with a deep valley winding down to the beach.
Praia da Ribeira is the beach located closest to the square and old part of Cascais.
Located just around the corner from Cascais is one of the regions best known beaches.
Praia Grande is probably the closest, and certainly the mostly easily accessed, beach from Sintra.
Carcavelos is the first wide, sandy beach on the Lisbon - Cascais coast. It takes just 20 minutes to get here from Lisbon by car (traffic permitting) along the Marginal road.