Carcavelos is close to many of Lisbon’s well-known sights. Oeiras Parque and the Estoril Conference Centre are two of the popular sights here, adored by locals and visitors alike. Also worth checking out are Tamariz Beach and Cascais Beach.
When it’s time to escape the bustling streets of Lisbon, plan a trip to one of the many nearby outdoor areas. The conservation reserves such as the Gandarinha Municipal Park in Cascais, allow visitors to see the species of flora and fauna that flourish in the area.
To really get a feel for the area, stop at the nearby local attractions such as Cascais Fortress in Cascais. These spots are popular with locals and tourists alike. The Church of the Assumption in Cascais offer those visiting a chance to better understand the role religion has played in the area.
National Stadium is the perfect place cheer along with fellow lovers of soccer, and to see local heroes, the Portugal national football team, in action. On weekends the area around the stadium becomes a sea of red, black and gray, as local soccer lovers join together to get behind their home-grown heroes.
When you’re ready to slow down after a long day exploring the delights of Carcavelos, check in to one of the area’s numerous short and long stay accommodation options. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks check out the Grande Real Villa Italia, Cascais, the Hotel Lido, Cascais, and the popular Hotel Palacio Estoril, Cascais.