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Lisbon Old Town
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Discover views over the old town from hilltop Graça, Moorish history in Alfama, bustling downtown Baixa, bohemian Chiado and nightlife in Bairro Alto.
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Explore Moorish castles and medieval alleyways in Lisbon’s oldest district before an evening of traditional live music at an authentic Fado bar.
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In this Portuguese city, travel back to times of global discovery. Tour this historic launch point for explorers seeking distant riches.
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Discover this district of boutiques, bookshops and charming cafés that was once a hub for Lisbon’s writers and intellectuals.
Lisbon Travel Guide
Lisbon is one of the most popular tourist breaks in Europe because it offers vibrant city living beside stretches of beautiful beaches. These vary from calm family friendly beaches to unspoilt surfing beaches with impressive waves and a mild climate year-round.
With an abundance of things to do and places to eat, Lisbon makes the perfect location for your next getaway whether you are interested in exploring the city or relaxing on the beach.
Beach Hotels in Lisbon
Lisbon has a great selection of hotels and self-catering options near the beach to suit different tastes and prices. From luxurious spa resorts to more traditional coastal houses, Lisbon has something to suit everyone. It is advisable to book in advance, particularly for breaks during school holidays.
Beach Activities in Lisbon
Lisbon is a great surfing spot with Carcavelos beach offering waves almost all year round, it is a great location for beginners or more advanced surfers. You will find a lot of local surf schools on the beachfront who can take you for a lesson or lend you equipment.
On the white sand beaches of Comporta, you can take a leisurely horseback riding tour along the coast and trot in the sea to cool off.
A day out on the Atlantic Ocean is perfect for keen fishers. Sea bream, octopus and eel are among some of the common catches that you can grill up for the freshest lunch on shore.
You can explore many of the beaches on foot and uncover caves, huge rocks and some of the most beautiful views in Portugal. When you are tired out, the sandy beaches make the ideal location to lay down and enjoy the sun with a good book.
A day trip to Arrábida Natural Park is a breathtaking experience where you can see the most amazing views between Lisbon and Setubal. You have the opportunity to cycle, hike, kayak or snorkel along the beautiful coast.
Make a trip into the city centre to experience the bustling atmopshere where you can explore some of the famous tourist spots like the historic Torre de Belém or the lively Mercado da Ribeira.
Places to Eat and Drink Near the Beach in Lisbon
Lisbon is renowned for its fantastic selection of restaurants, cafes and bars. Our list of 5 Best Places to Eat Brunch in Lisbon should give you some inspiration on where to head in and around the city centre.
The coast also offers a plethora of places to eat and drink. Carcavelos beach is just 10 minutes outside of the city centre and is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail or a glass of Portuguese wine at a beach bar while the sunsets.
Sardines, salted codfish, and crab are some of the popular fish dishes you can expect to enjoy in the Lisbon coastal restaurants. A customary pasteis de nata with a coffee is a sweet treat you can’t miss while in the city.