Hotel Quinta da Marinha
2750-005 Cascais, Portugal
T: (+351) 214 860 100
F: (+351) 214 869 482

Hotel Quinta da Marinha is situated in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It has an 18-hole golf course, full health club and spa. It is located 25km from Lisbon and sits between the historic towns of Cascais & Sintra. 

Parking is complimentary.


How to get from Lisbon Airport to the hotel

Cascais is a popular destination among tourists who visit Lisbon since it is know for its beautiful sandy beaches. When travelling from Lisbon airport to Cascais you can use two different modes of transport: Taxi or Train. The most convenient and fast method to reach Cascais is by Lisbon airport taxi. The ride costs approximately 40€ and takes around 35 minutes. The less expensive, but slower and indirect alternative is the train. The whole journey will cost only 6.20€, but the average travel time is 1 hour and 25 minutes.

About Cascais & Sintra

Cascais is known as “The Town of Kings and Fishes” because it was a small fishing town that found favour with the 19th century Portuguese nobility, who came here for their summer retreat. Thanks to this fact, the town is uncommonly rich in beautiful architecture, free museums and carefully maintained parks, on top of which, it’s surrounded by a varied coastline of impressive cliffs and beautiful, intimate sandy coves.

Sintra is nestled within the pine covered hills of the Serra de Sintra. This slightly cooler climate encouraged the Portuguese royalty to construct their palaces and castles within the vicinity of the town. Sintra contains varied palaces, castles and grand houses, all of which are uniquely styled and built. It features a delightful town centre and challenging hiking trails.

GPS Coordinates
Latitude 38° 42' 14.40" N Longitude 9° 27' 30.00" W


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