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In just seven minutes, learn more about the Estoril region and all its potential in cultural, sporting and leisure activities. Its fantastic food, friendly and hospitable people and fantastic climate make it an exceptional destination.

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Cascais Swim Challenge in the elite worldwide swim route
The Cascais Swim Challenge is an annual, open water swim competition that, this year, includes the sport’s most important World Race Circuit, the World Open Water Swimming Series. The race takes place on June 7th, the day before World Oceans Day.
Casino Estoril hosts the XXXIV Estoril Jazz concert series
The Auditorium of the Casino Estoril hosts the 34th edition of Estoril Jazz, from May 9th-17th. The oldest and most prestigious Portuguese Jazz festival features, over the course of two weekends, a series of four concerts that are not to be missed.
Lecture “Christopher Columbus and his arrival to Cascais on 04/03/1493”
To commemorate the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Bay of Cascais, the Naval Club is going to hold, on the 24th April at 6pm, a lecture given by the Engineers José and António Mattos da Silva.
Museum Tour of Cascais
During a getaway to the Portuguese Riviera, it is mandatory to make a visit to the Museum Tour of Cascais, constituted by 5 units, nearby among them, and all created with a strong link to the tradition and the cosmopolitan spirit of Cascais.

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The most western point
of Europe.
"where the earth ends and the sea begins"...
The Roca Cape, the most western point of Europe, in the words of the great poet Luís de Camões.
One of the Portugal magical places, it impersonates the adventurous spirit that took the Portuguese into the discovering of new worlds.
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