Cascais is a former fishing village turned cosmopolitan suburb and popular tourist destination that attracts both Portuguese and foreigners! Get your ‘shopping’ on and delve into its local delights.
Casa Da Guia
Located half a mile from the center of Cascais, Casa da Guia is a lovingly restored 19th century house, and now a gorgeous shopping center. It’s a splendid place to browse, unwind, have a drink and dinner, anytime of the year. Here you can buy top quality furniture, clothes, flowers, textiles, and handmade souvenirs. There are lovely gardens with colorful flora and fauna, and an array of mouth-watering terraced restaurants and cafes to satisfy your culinary desires. The seaside views are stunning and the grilled fish is delicious!
To the mall! Cascais Villa Shopping Center
Close to the bus station, The Centro Comercial Cascais Villa Shopping Center is a mall extraordinaire, with over 90 shops, a huge Pingo Doce Supermarket, some 25 restaurants on the third floor with outside terrace, and a Cinema! Shops are open from 10am-11pm, the Supermarket from 9am-10pm.
Hungry? Check out Mercado da Vila
Brought back to life and modernized, Cascais’ municipal market is tempting not just for its local produce like juicy Algarve nectarines, shiny olives, ripe artisanal cheeses and crusty breads, but also for its wonderful collection of bars, restaurants and gourmet food stalls in an inviting outdoor plaza.
Step into this original art gallery, showcasing artist Luis Soares’ abstract, one-of-a-kind fused-glass creations. From stunning jewelry to quality tableware, buy a special gift for a friend, or treat yourself to a wonderful something, just because you’re worth it.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about shopping in Cascais.