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Duna Da Cresmina

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Duna Da Cresmina

31 Reviews
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Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon

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Unless you rent a car, traveling between the dispersed landmarks of Sintra and Cascais is a difficult task. Journey along Lisbon’s Atlantic coast with ease on a small-group day trip, limited to just eight people to guarantee personalized attention from your guide. Take a guided tour of the UNESCO-listed Pena National Palace, enjoy time at your leisure in the historic center of Sintra, and stop at the affluent coastal town of Cascais.
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Lauren M wrote a review Aug 2019
Toronto, Canada572 contributions168 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our circuitous walk around the dunes. The only disturbing part was watching some idiots sliding down restricted dune areas. Definitely spoiled the tranquility. Some people just don’t get it. And, you can tell this goes on all the time when you see all the foot prints, of the two- and four-legged kind. Anyway, we stopped midway at the cafe for a coffee and beer. Large picnic tables are available for sharing and meeting new people if you are into that. It was a great place to get some shade and is dog friendly (keep them on leash). There is parking at the cafe and parking along the road. Easy access. You can start your walk on the boardwalk from either the road or the cafe.
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Date of experience: May 2019
CHV wrote a review Aug 2018
Brussels, Belgium22 contributions
Amazing views ! Simple food but perfectly fine ! Absolutely must stop here. We were on a bike ride from Cascais and were recommended to have a snack here. Wonderful view of the coast and dunes!
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Date of experience: August 2018
1230Patrizia wrote a review Jul 2018
Vienna, Austria36 contributions19 helpful votes
I went to the nature park by e-bike (rented in Cascais). I had dinner at the small cafe, the salad and wine were very good and the view is stunning.I sat on the veranda almost till sunset, then I walked the wooden path back to the entrance. It was an enchanted evening.
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Date of experience: June 2018
Xperient Traveler wrote a review Nov 2017
Lisbon, Portugal13 contributions17 helpful votes
The best short walking trail in the greater Lisbon (about one mile). And the bar/cafe at the top is also, in my opinion, the one with the best view in the greater Lisbon. I know what I’m talking about, I’ve lived here for 50 years ;-)
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Date of experience: November 2017
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JaninedeBric wrote a review Aug 2017
Denver, Colorado518 contributions132 helpful votes
We look for natural experiences when we travel, and in our own backyard as well. My boyfriend had been part of a work effort on the dunes to help restore them to more of a natural state a couple of years ago, so we went to check upon their progress after being rid of the noxious and invasive ice plant that pervades much of Portugal's shorelines. What we found on the roughly one mile loop boardwalk path was a trip into a serene place--even though we took our walk on a bright, hot Sunday afternoon in August. We encountered one other couple on the loop, and felt the ocean breeze to cool us in the 28-degree sun. Most of the dunes' human and canine intruders have been kept off, allowing the dunes to assume their most natural state (given there are still buildings on the shore that block part of the natural wind and sand. It took us about 45 minutes to walk the loop at a leisurely pace, then we stopped for a bebida at the café and to see the interpretive displays at the information center. A beautiful way to enjoy the seaside without the crowds.
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Date of experience: August 2017