Lisbon beaches by train

Zug Lissabon nach Cascais

Visit the best Lisbon beaches by train

Hey there, beach lover! Ready to swap those cobblestone streets for sandy shores? Hopping on a train to the best beaches of Lisbon is a breeze, and guess what? You'll be dipping your toes in the ocean in less than 30 minutes.

Your seaside adventure kicks off at Cais do Sodré train station, right in the heart of Lisbon's vibrant historic district. Trains are super chill, coming around every 30 minutes, so there's no rush – you're on beach time now! Picture this: a sweet lineup of 15 incredible beaches, all just waiting for you on your train ride to the charming town of Cascais.

This stunning 20 km stretch of coastline, once known as the Portuguese Riviera, is just brimming with sunny spots to lay your towel. One of the crowd favorites is Carcavelos – it's got all the vibes. But hey, don't sweat the small stuff! Whether it's the gentle lull of the waves or the vibrant beach scene that gets you going, it's all about what floats your boat.

And guess what? We've got you! On our handy dandy map, we've marked all the top-notch beaches with a shiny star – because we're cool like that. So, ready to catch that sun-kissed glow? Let's make some waves!

Interactive map of the best beaches in Lisbon

  1. Cruz Quebrada beach
  2. Caxias Beach
  3. Praia de Paço de Arcos
  4. Praia de Santo Amaro
  5. Praia da Torre
  6. Carcavelos beach
  7. Avencas beach
  8. Praia de São Pedro do Estoril
  9. Praia da Azarujinha
  10. Poça Beach
  11. Tamariz Beach
  12. Praia da Rata
  13. Praia da Rainha
  14. Praia Nossa Senhora da Conceicao
  15. Praia da Ribeira

The Lisbon to Cascais train line

The train Lisbon to Cascais
The train Lisbon to Cascais

1st stop - Praia da Cruz Quebrada

2nd stop - Praia de Caxias

3rd stop - Paço de Arcos beach

4th stop - Santo Amaro de Oeiras beach

5th stop - Praia da Torre

6th Stop - Carcavelos Beach

7th stop - Praia da Avencas

8th stop - Praia de São Pedro do Estoril

9th stop - Praia da Azarujinha

10th stop - Praia da Poça

11th stop - Tamariz beach

12th stop - Praia das Moitas

13th stop - Praia da Rainha

14th Stop - Conceição Beach

Have a good trip !

The beach promenade in Lisbon

Cais do Sodré train Station

Regional trains to Cascais, ferries, tram, metro

Cais do Sodré train station is a centrally located transport hub in Lisbon, Portugal's capital. It is located near the banks of the Tagus River , in the eponymous district of Cais do Sodré. This area is known for its lively atmosphere, with many bars, restaurants and nightclubs, as well as proximity to the Contemporary Art Center and the Mercado da Ribeira, a popular market and food court.

Location: Cais do Sodré is just a few minutes walk from the central square, Praça do Comércio, and the Baixa , the heart of the city. Due to its central location, it is easily accessible and serves as an important starting point for both locals and tourists.

Important connections:

  • Train connections: From Cais do Sodré, travelers can take the Linha de Cascais (to the beaches) trains, which run along the coast and reach places such as the picturesque town of Cascais and Estoril, with its beaches and casinos.
  • Metro: The train station is also a major metro station on the Green Line (Linha Verde), which passes through important tourist and business areas of the city, including Martim Moniz, Baixa-Chiado and Campo Grande.
  • Tram and Bus: Cais do Sodré is a major hub for various tram and bus lines, including the famous tram line 15E, which goes to the Jeronimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) and the Belém Tower.
  • Ferries: In addition, there are docks for ferries that cross the Tagus River and allow connection to the suburbs on the south side of the river, such as Almada and Cacilhas.

Services and Amenities: The station has services such as ticket sales points, information desks, contemporary waiting rooms, shops, cafes and is often a venue for street artists and musicians, which contributes to the station's lively environment.

Beach in Cascais