Beachcam cascais

beachcam cascais

What are the beaches of Cascais like?

The two beaches of Praia da Conceição and Praia da Duquesa form the main beach of Cascais. This is a beautiful stretch of sand with calm, clean sea waters and lots of beach activities. The beach is divided into two by a minor promontory; to the west is the Praia da Duquesa and to the east (closer to Cascais) is the Praia da Conceição.

What is webcam Cascais?

Webcam Cascais: HD Beach Panorama - A view of the Atlantic Ocean from the Hotel Baia in Cascais, Portugal. This webcam Cascais with the theme Seaview was added on January 16, 2007 and is operated by Hotel Baia. It got 17225 visitors since then.

Where to swim in Cascais?

To the north of Cascais, whose Ribeira beach is shown by an online live cam, there is the city of Sintra, from where there is also an online broadcast on Baltic Live Cam website. Cascais has a temperate marine climate. The swimming season lasts from May to October.

What to do in Cascais Portugal?

The Cascais touristic center includes the old city, filled with a historical and architectural ensemble, as well as a crowded pedestrian area with cafes and restaurants. The main attraction of Cascais is its kilometer-long beaches, one of which, Ribeira, is shown in an online live camera.

Which are the best beaches in Cascais?

And there are many different views about which beaches are the prettiest. But there is certainly no doubt that Cascais beaches are up near the top. Praia da Ribeira, Praia da Rainha, and Praia da Conceição are the town’s own beaches. Praia da Ribeira is the closest to the center of town. It’s an easy walk from the train station to the sand.

Is Cascais a good holiday destination?

Cascais is a great holiday destination for families and young children. There are many hotels designed for families and children will be welcomed in all restaurants and tourist attractions. The beaches of Cascais are safe, with clean and calm sea waters, and are supervised in the summer.

Is there a lot of wind in Cascais?

One thing to know is that there’s a lot of wind in Cascais. Situated between the mountains and the sea, the gusts can be quite strong. The wind in the hilly parts above the beach are known to be the “pai do vento,” or father of the wind because of its blustery nature.

How far is São Pedro Beach from Cascais?

São Pedro beach is only a 20minute train ride from central Cascais. The beaches of the Serra de Sintra are famed for their wonderous scenery and powerful surfing waves. There tends to be very poor public transport north from Cascais, with the Praia do Guincho being the only one served by any sensible bus services.

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