Dolce Vita Guesthouse is situated in Estoril, a seaside town on the outskirts of Lisbon, close to Cascais and Sintra. It offers guests comfort, security and tranquility in an informal setting.
Due to the fact that Portugal took a neutral position during World War II, many refugees, as well as agents from the countries involved in the war, stayed in hotels in the Estoril region. With the development of tourism in the second half of the twentieth century, Estoril has become a popular destination for both Portuguese and foreigners because of the mild climate and the long and pleasant summers.
Two popular beaches, Azarujinha and Poça, are just a few minutes walk from Dolce Vita Guesthouse. And for those who enjoy the beach, there are many more to visit along the Atlantic coast.
The local cuisine is vast, with an emphasis on fresh fish and seafood.
Within walking distance of Estoril, you will find Cascais, a lively and cosmopolitan town. In Cascais you can stroll around and discover the local architecture, observe the fishermen who still work from the local harbour, visit the excellent open-air food market with a wide variety of land and sea products, or explore several fascinating museums where you will have the opportunity to learn about the historical and artistic heritage of the region. And at the Cascais Cultural Center you can enjoy musical concerts and exhibitions.
On the outskirts of Cascais and Estoril there is plenty on offer, such as the spectacular coastline dotted with many small cove beaches, as well as long sandy beaches where surfing and windsurfing are popular; golf courses for golfers of all levels, tennis, horse and bike riding, cliff combing and hiking.
If you have time to explore further afield, you should not miss the opportunity to visit Sintra, less than 30 minutes drive from Estoril. In Sintra, you can visit royal palaces, the Moorish castle, lush forests and enchanted gardens, all of which will make you think that here time has stopped.
Lisbon, the lively and fascinating capital of Portugal, is also close to Estoril, a mere 30 minutes by train or car.
And after exploring the area, rest assured that upon your return to Dolce Vita Guesthouse you will have a special place to relax in the privacy of your room or on the spacious guesthouse balcony where guests can enjoy a hot or cool drink while admiring the sun setting over Cascais harbor.
And if you happen to be staying during one of the many festival weekends, from the balcony you may be fortunate enough to witness a spectacular show of fireworks exploding over the harbor.
Points of interest in our region
- Proximity of Lisbon and Sintra
- Cabo da Roca - the westernmost point of the European continent
- Water sports
- Golf Courses
- Business Center
N 38 ° 42 '20.92 "
W 009 23 '20.55 "
Location highlights of your hotel
- In business district