Cascais was historically a fishing village that has since become a retreat for the Portuguese bourgeoisie, particularly during the summer months. Over time, the city has also become a popular tourist destination for all types of visitors, offering numerous cultural and gastronomic options, with a cuisine focusing mainly on seafood. Its beaches also make it particularly attractive to fans of water sports, such as surfing.
- Cascais makes its debut hosting a La Vuelta stage departure.
- 214.124 inhabitants