Marina De CascaisCurrently Open
The pages of history are filled with tales of fearless Portuguese explorers traversing raging seas and oceans. At Marina de Cascais, that connection with the sea continues to be recognized and celebrated.
Cascais was the summer residence of King Carlos I, last king of Portugal. The King happened to be a passionate oceanographer and cultivated his interest at this marine town. He also established oceanographic laboratories at Cascais which are core to marine research in the country. Today, the Marina is equipped with over 600 mooring berths that can dock large boats. The harbour has sophisticated sailing facilities including an extended quay to hold bigger yachts and a helipad for any service and maintenance needs.
Marina de Cascais hosts many sailing championships annually and has a gigantic platform for such events. Sunset at the Marina is of course a heavenly sight and in the evening, the place comes alive with the locals coming in and the discos beckoning. The world class facilities at the harbour as well as an exquisite line of shops, restaurants and bars attract sailors, tourists, royalty and celebrities from Portugal and beyond.
- Some of the shops and restaurants at the Marina are relatively pricey.
- If you are looking to moor your yacht at the Marina de Cascais, the daily rate during summer months is around € 44 – 47. During off season, it will be around € 20 – 24.
- Casa Mexico
- Skipper Cascais Bar
- Latitude 38º, Hemingway Cascais
- Restaurante La Brasserie De L’entrecote
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95% of people who visit Cascais include Marina De Cascais in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
38.1% of people start their Marina De Cascais visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Marina De Cascais
68.24% of people prefer walking in order to reach Marina De Cascais
Nice and organized. Good car parking, mooring and related services.
Gorgeous, best harbor in Portugal, near the Baía de Cascais and the beach, good lanscapes to have a look. I recommend to visit the Marina de Cascais.
Hoped that I would have finally had the chance to come on a sunny day but summer in Portugal came very very late in 2018 and the cloudy days persisted till late June. I expected a more vibrant atmosphere at the marina. The places were not as overpriced as I assumed but beware of the expensive appetizers and bread baskets that many tourists would assume are included in Portuguese restaurants which isnt the case.
Lovely historic place, less crowded than the town center, visit also the lighthouse next door.
Relax renewed area in one amazing and beauriful Cascais.