Apartment in Cascais, 2 km from town centre, from the nearest beach and from train station (30 minutes travel to Lisbon), 3 km to Estoril, 15 km to Sintra, 25 km to Lisbon, 90 m2 living area, 2 double rooms (one of them with en suite bathroom), living/dining room, sofa bed, balcony with distant sea view, 1 shower room, equipped kitchen, sleeps 4-5 persons, self catering.
2 Total no. of bedrooms
Apartment in ground floor of a residential building in Cascais, 2 km from town centre, from the nearest beach and from train station (30 minutes travel to Lisbon), 150 m from supermarket, 50 m from a bus stop, restaurants, banks and pharmacy are also within walking distance. It is 3 km to Estoril, 15 km to Sintra, 25 km to Lisbon.
Apartment is simply furnished but still with all comfort, and with 90 m2 of living area consists of 2 double rooms (one of them with en suite bathroom), a living/dining room with a sofa bed and direct access to a balcony with distant sea view (rear façade is a first floor above the garages), 1 shower room and an equipped kitchen.
Maid service during stay available at request and against fee.
Sleeps 4-5 persons, self catering.
kitchen Amenities and facilities
2 Total no. of bedrooms
2 Double beds
1 Single sofa/extra beds
1 Shower rooms
1 Rooms with ensuite
terrain Outside Facilities
radio Inside Facilities
Fire place / Stove
Wireless Internet connection
kitchen Kitchen Equipment
Pets subject to previous aproval
Wheelchair not suitable
Elderly or infirm Suitable
rowing Sports and outdoor
Deep sea fishing
streetview Sights and attractions
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Cascais, traditionally a seaside fishing village, underwent significant development in the 14th century, when it was a busy port of call for ships on their way to Lisbon.
But it was in the late 19th century, when sea-bathing became popular, that Cascais was transformed into a very fashionable seaside resort. The chief architect of this transformation was King Dom Luís I of Portugal, who converted the fort into the summer Residence of the Portuguese monarchy. The example was followed by the nobility, who built mansions and fine villas, where they would spend the hottest part of the year, utterly changing the face of the former fishing village.
Cascais then became a cosmopolitan town, attracting visits by the curious, whose access was facilitated by the opening of the railway line between Pedrouços and Cascais in 1889.
Cascais nowadays is a lively, cosmopolitan place which retains a certain aristocratic atmosphere. It is worth a walk along its streets, with their excellent quality shops, or spending some time relaxing on one of its numerous belvederes.
The beaches continue to be one of the main attractions of Cascais, and one can choose between those in the bay, sheltered by the town, and the ones a bit further away in the Guincho area (now part of the Sintra-Cascais National Park), which are excellent for surfing and windsurfing.
A natural curiosity on the way out of Cascais is the Boca do Inferno (Hell's Mouth), a recess of the coast surrounded by craggy rocks and caves, providing a fantastic spectacle when the sea dashes against them on stormy days.
Another outstanding feature is the food, especially fresh fish and shellfish, which can be sampled in the many local restaurants.
Airport distance Lisboa (LIS) 27 km
Beach 2 km
Shopping 150 m
Restaurant 500 m
Bar 300 m
Golf 2.5 km
Museum 2 km
Zoo 25 Km
Minimum rental (days) 7
Deposit due 5 Days after booking, Amount 30.00 %
Balance due 35 Days before arrival
Earliest arrival time 15:00:00
Latest departure time 10:00:00
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35 Days before arrival Deposit + 100 %