Large interactive map of the area allowing to selectively display links to the various region resources.
Connected to Lisbon by the scenic seaside road called the 'Marginal', Cascais, Estoril and Oeiras are considered the more affluent suburbs of Lisbon, sporting their own beaches and coastal walkway. A short 25 km drive along the A5 motorway also links these areas to the centre of Lisbon and its international airport in less than 30 minutes (outside peak hours)
Cascais, a picturesque former fishermen's village, and nearby Estoril were used as a summer retreat by the nobility for centuries. They were also the havens of many kings and aristocrats exiled during the 20th century.
Oeiras, located between Estoril and Lisbon, has attracted since the 90s many companies linked to new technologies .
The region is considered as the Portuguese Riviera, and is also occasionally the coast of two Springs as the weather in Autumn is usually similar to that which occurs in Spring. This particularity allows for nature to bloom once more before entering a mild winter.
The very unique climate combined with a large offer in terms of recreation, sports, accommodation and meeting resources attract many international events all year round.