Carcavelos is the principal wide, sandy sea shore on the Lisbon – Cascais coast. There’s nothing more needed than 20 minutes to arrive from Lisbon via vehicle (traffic allowing) along the Marginal street. There is likewise a train station around 10 minutes leave, so as you can envision this can be a beautiful famous decision. While the sea shore is genuinely wide, it can scarcely absorb the crowds of sea shore participants who run here in the mid year.

Carcavelos sea shore is an extraordinary spot, and I’ve invested a reasonable piece of energy here myself. There’s continually something going on, regardless of whether it be sea shore rugby or a surf rivalry. On the disadvantage, given its nearness to Lisbon, the water quality can be a little questionable, especially after weighty downpour. I’ve seen a couple of things here I wish I hadn’t!

The surf at Carcavelos sea shore is elite. It is perhaps the most predictable spots in Portugal throughout the colder time of year and the waves are quick, incredible and regularly empty. On a solid southerly swell the waves here can be tantamount to the more popular Subertubes (Supertubos) up the coast.