Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz

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  • Address: Praia do Tamariz, Avenida Marginal PT,Estoril, Portugal, Cascais
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Water Sport, Picnic Spot, Nature

In the day, this is a pretty standard beach – clean waters, nice sand, a good promenade. Restaurants and bars line the beach, and people here really seem to like the ice cream. You can rent sun loungers and umbrellas nearby. It’s very family friendly. In the evening, the nearby club fires up, and from then on it’s a rave.

At the east of the beach, you’ll find a small chalet from 1890. It was apparently constructed for the terminally ill daughter of a rich industrialist.

  • There is no car park nearby, and parking is especially bad on weekends.
  • The parasol and chair rental prices are extravagant.

  • Commuter train to the beach.

  • Restaurante Praia Do Tamariz
  • Jonas Bar
  • Tamaris Beach Club

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  • Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz Address: Praia do Tamariz, Avenida Marginal PT,Estoril, Portugal, Cascais
  • Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz Timing: 24-hrs
  • Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz(preferred time): 10:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Time required to visit Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Cascais include Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz in their plan

  • 50.94% of people start their Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz

Monday, Saturday and Sunday

93.93% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz

People normally club together Jeronimos Monastery and Belem Tower while planning their visit to Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz.

People also prefer to end their day with Tamariz Beach Or Praia Do Tamariz.

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  • Great beach, easy to get to. There is a good variety of geography, from sand to rocks to concrete. Beware, the water is cold, even in summer! The prices at the restaurant and snack bar were very reasonable for the location. There are no rentals here aside from the private beach area - so bring your own water toys. There are also no real waves, just very small ones. For no waves at all, try the ocean pool on the other side of the jetty. Watch out for sea urchins in the tide pools. If this review was helpful, please click Like!

  • Very decent beach. It is conveniently located right next to a railway station. Has a few shops, and restaurants and there is a beach chair rental as well. For variety you have some rocks, a dock and a fort o some sorts (not sure can you get in, it might be a restaurant as well, not sure). But mostly it is sand. Because you getting closer to the ocean water is pretty cold, but i was able to swim in it still.

  • Nice, long Beach with great sights on the ocean. Mostly sandy, but few places has rock plates. On shore there are multiple restaurants and bars, but only few are worth visiting. For swimming it's mostly safe, but beware red flags from rescuers, wave are treacherous.

  • Beautiful beach, lovely area. Public toilets are a problem though. Love the fact that they have beach ashtrays but it is a pity that too many people don't make use of them. Also wonderful that they have a whole area set up for people with disabilities to also enjoy the beach and sea.

  • A nice beach, not too crowded on a weekday in July. Good for families as well, very spacious, and plenty of seats if you're interested in renting one of those. The shoreline was pretty dirty, had lots of seaweed etc., but the beach itself is pretty ok for a day in the sun. The public toilets were relatively gross, and they ran out of toilet paper a few hours after midday. Lots of "vendors" walking around trying to sell towels - felt annoyed after saying no ten times.

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