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Although a town in its own right, Cacilhas appears little more than a suburb of Lisbon, albeit one with the bonus of several reliable seafood restaurants along its main street, Rua do Ginjal—these are not tourist traps and you can get a good, reasonably priced meal here. The town is immediately across the Rio Tejo from the capital; at night, and especially on weekends, it's a popular destination.
Waiters armed with menus linger outside their doors ready to assist passersby who can't decide where to eat; once inside, you're tempted with the best of the day's catch.
Azoia is a quaint village in the district of Leira that has maintained a genuine rural charm. Surrounded by flora typical of the Serra de Sintra...
Once a mere fishing village, the town of Cascais—with three small, sandy bays—is now a heavily developed resort packed with shops, restaurants...