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Casa das Histórias Paula Rêgo

Inaugurated in 2009, Casa das Histórias Paula Rego [Paula Rego Story House] was designed by the architect Eduardo de Souto Moura to house the work of this most internationally famous Portuguese artist. The House aims to promote the work of Paula Rego and her associates, tracing her journey in the world of arts.


It’s the most ancient fortress of this region and guards the Atlantic entrance to Lisbon. The Citadel was offered to Cascais by the ministries of National Defense, of Finance, and of Internal Affairs. Attached to it are the important monuments of the Fortress of Our Lady of Light, and the Palace of the Republic’s Presidency.

Santa Marta Lighthouse-Museum

Retaining its original duty as a coastal signal, the Lighthouse opened to the public in 2007, as a spot dedicated to culture and leisure. Besides the former lighthouse keeper’s quarters, we can visit the battery platforms with seaview and the data centre.

Camões Square

The “Largo de Camões” historic centre is one of the most searched places by local people and tourists. A lively ambience that transforms the plaza into a charming and unavoidable place in the region.

Marina of Cascais

Besides hosting many great international events, the Marina of Cascais offers visitors a cosy and comfortable atmosphere, with many leisure activities. Near the Bay of Cascais, the Marina and its surrounding area provide excellent conditions for nautical sports, and most particularly Sail.