15 fantastic accommodation options from 23 different holiday letting websites, such as Booking.com or Casamundo, are available in Cascais. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals as well as the most popular lettings in Cascais.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Cascais
Nearly half of the accommodation options offer a pool, which makes Cascais an excellent destination for people looking to spend their holidays poolside. Additionally, more hotel rooms have pools than any other accommodation type. They are a great choice if you go in a group of 2, as that is the number of people they can accommodate on average. In Cascais, most of the rentals with a pool are located close to the water. In Cascais, there are a lot of choices if you want to book an accommodation that allows pets. Pet-friendly holiday lettings in Cascais have an average price of £198 a night. You will also find different accommodation options if you would prefer to rent near the city centre, as a few of the pet-friendly properties are within 2 kilometres of the city centre.
The Weather in Cascais
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This is the climate diagram for Cascais. August is the warmest month of the year in Cascais, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 25°. However, temperatures can go lower than 8° in Cascais in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is July.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Cascais
In Cascais, apartment rentals are the most common accommodation type. These types of accommodation have an average size of 86 m² and a median price of £149 per night. Moreover, these properties are usually a great option for medium-sized groups and families, as that is the average number of guests that apartment rentals can welcome in Cascais. Travellers looking for something other than apartment rentals can also compare many hotel rooms, which are the second most popular accommodation type in Cascais. The average size of hotel rooms in Cascais is 39 m² , and the average price is £222 a night.
Eclectic coastal attractions await with Cascais holiday homes
Your holiday home in the picturesque fishing town of Cascais, Portugal is the beginning of adventures to nearby beaches, a quaint old town and innumerable attractions and monuments. Not far from Lisbon, Cascais's dunes are tranquil but its attractions are many.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Cascais?
Lighthouses and sunshine
Inside the former Santa Marta lighthouse you can see a Fresnel lens alongside original lighthouse keeper diaries. An auditorium presents the film Lighthouses of Portugal, putting local maritime history quite literally in the spotlight.
Museu Condes de Castro Guimaraes is an unusual sunshine yellow mock Gothic castle, built in 1902 by an Irish tobacco tycoon. Here, surrounded by the ornate Marechal Carmona gardens, you'll see artefacts including a 16th century manuscript featuring one of the oldest images of Lisbon.
What are the best activities for families in Cascais?
Coastal entertainments for children
The ideal family day out in Cascais is cycling along the coastal path that connects the town with Guincho Beach. The path is about 8 kilometres long, taking you on a scenic tour past craft markets, forts, lighthouses and unusual rock formations. Go surfing in Guincho, where the waves are perfect, and picnic on the shore afterwards before the leisurely cycling back to town.
In the unusual event of bad weather, Vasco da Gama Aquarium is an unforgettable family destination. Explore the Invertebrate Gallery, watch sea turtles soar through the water and witness sharks. Over 2-- species live in 90 vast salt water tanks adjacent to the fascinating museum.
Where are the unique attractions in Cascais?
Seaside strolls and the Hell's Mouth
Stroll along the seaside between Cascais and Estoril, past 19th century houses and a lido. The promenade is lined with palms, bars and restaurants which enchant with ocean views.
Boca do Inferno, or Hell's Mouth, is a dramatic geological formation where the waves roll and spray the fishermen who intrepidly navigate its hazardous cliff side. It's a charming 15 minute stroll from the marina along the coastal road.
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