Cascais Car Hire

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Welcome to car hire. We specialise in car rentals in Cascais and other destinations in Europe. Within this site you will be able to find access to booking your car hire instantly, with immediate confirmation for those last minute vehicle rental bookings.

With car hire you can book with Alamo, Hertz, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Thrifty and Europcar.

Guide to Cascais car hire in Portugal.

When searching for Car Rental in Cascais you can search for a long time to find a vehicle that you want to hire, that is why our pre-booking car rental will leave you to enjoy your holiday in Cascais. You need to enjoy your travels, especially at Cascais, not everyone gets a chance to go here.

With its small picturesque beaches and peaceful fishing-boat-bobbing waters, Cascais is far removed from the hustle and bustle of nearby Lisbon.

Once a small village, the town has grown in size and popularity in recent years to become one of the most attractive resorts on the capitals coastline. It is a sophisticated place with many elegant shops and a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. A wide variety of bars, cafés and restaurants cater for the throngs of summer holidaymakers, who fill up the towns main square by night after circulating through the narrow lanes and upmarket shopping arcades during the evening.

Cascais 16th century parish church has carved and gilded woodwork round the altar and walls panelled with Portuguese azulejo glazed tiles. There are also paintings by some of Portugals most famous artists, most notably Josefa de Óbidos. Located close to the sea, the Cascais Municipal Museum housed in the Palace of the Counts of Castro Guimarães features rare Indo-Portuguese-style furniture, a library with over 25,000 books (including some 17th century editions and a 1505 illuminated manuscript) and a small zoo.

The Cascais Sea Museum illustrates the towns close association with the Atlantic Ocean with a vast range of related exhibits including old maps, articles of fishermens clothing, model boats and pieces of treasure salvaged from ships wrecked in the surrounding waters. The 16th-century Fort of Cascais known as the Cidadela was built to protect the Bay of Cascais. It is part of a whole line of fortresses along the Tagus estuary which were built to protect Lisbon from being invaded. There is a beautiful view from the fortress and a small open-air artillery museum.

Boca do Inferno (Mouth of Hell) 3 km west of Cascais is an unusual crater-shaped rock formation constantly under attack from the pounding Atlantic waves. Further along the coast is the magnificent sandy beach of Guincho, a favoured spot among surfers and windsurfers from all over the world. makes it posible for you to visit all the sites in and around Cascais and you can do this by pre-booking your car hire with car

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