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Tamariz Beach, Estoril

(4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Surrounded by waterfront restaurants and watched over by a medieval-style castle, Tamariz Beach has become one of the area's most popular beaches thanks to its proximity to Lisbon. Make your way along the expansive stretch of sand, grab an umbrella, and kick back while soaking up some rays or going for a dip in the shallow, calm coastal waters. You won't have trouble spotting the fortresslike residence owned by Monaco's royal family, which is built on the site of an older defensive structure. You can visit many bars and restaurants nearby. Keep in mind that parking is at a premium in the area. You might prefer to catch the train from Lisbon that runs frequently to the nearby town of Estoril. Use our Cascais travel itinerary planner to visit Tamariz Beach on your trip to Cascais, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Small beach on the edge of Estoril and easily accessible by train from Lisbon. Everything you need is right there by the beach. Good views including the castle but expensive loungers and umbrellas. Th...  more »
  • The Tamariz beach is located directly opposite of the Estoril Casino/Casino Park. A small beach with deck - chairs and screen rental. Some restaurants and beach bars directly behind it. The beach is very protected and is therefore also in the "winter". During the season, may to October, the beach is cleaned daily, dogs are no longer allowed. But crocodiles!
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  • Unusually quiet January Ocean. Resting on concrete flaniruet audience footpath, running along the beach. On the sandy beaches are only "okunajushhihsja". so I remembered, perhaps. the largest beach of Cascais.
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