Found approximately in the middle of Lisbon and Cascais, the wide sandy shores of Carcavelos is one of the biggest on the Lisbon coast (it’s the greatest among Lisbon and Cascais). Its solid waves and surf schools draw in surfers and bodyboarders, and its over 1km of sand area is very well known among beach volleyball and football enthusiasts, who will be very pleased to discover nets hanging tight for them. The promenade additionally draws in skaters and joggers, even in wintertime, and there are pull-up bars and different gyms.
It Can Accomodate Different Tastes
On the eastern end is the post of São Julião da Barra, completed in 1553 to control the passage to the port of Lisbon. Today, it’s the official habitation of Portugal’s Minister of Defense. The closer you get to the fortress, the calmer it is, as the groups will in general remain near the way to the train station. This area by the stronghold is rough; however, on low tide it makes little ordinary pools for the individuals who lean toward more quiet waters.
Active All Year Long
Between the long periods of May and September, there are wicker parasols for a limited time of lease and massage rooms. A significant number of the diners and bars with outside seating and enough room for crowds remain open consistently. On New Year’s Day, this is the place where many groups get socialize for the primary plunge of the year.
Services Are Plenty and Well Facilitated
This may not be the most tranquil beach on the Lisbon shoreline, yet its size, offices, and helpful transportation joins make it an objective for everybody. It currently rivals Praia da Conceição in Cascais as the vacationers’ top choice, to a limited extent likewise on account of its surf schools (where hardware can be leased). Throughout the spring-summer washing season, it’s administered by lifeguards, and the swimming and riding regions are isolated.
Easy to Reach
To get Carcavelos from Lisbon, take the train from Cais do Sodré station. It leaves at regular intervals, and the excursion takes only 26 minutes (19 minutes at times of heavy traffic – mornings until 10am and nights from 5pm to 8:30pm). At that point it’s not exactly a 10-minute stroll down a pine-scented street from the station to the beach. You may simply follow the groups of people from this point on. Remember, on the off chance that you have bought the Lisboa Card, you may ride the train free of charge.