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Guincho

 

THE HELL MOUTH (A BOCA DO INFERNO)

 

The Hell Mouth is the name given to a set of cavities and caves formed by the force of the sea waters when they clash in the rock cliff.

This is one of the principle places to visit in Guincho because of its divine landscape and spectacular sunsets that you can watch there.

The name is originated on the fact that this is a "scary" place bacause of the impact of the waves on the rocks forming a white foam that goes into the central cavity.

- Approximate Value: Free

- Timetable: 24h/7 days a week

- Address: Avenida Rei Humberto II de Itália, 2750-800 Cascais

 

 

FORT OF SAINT GEORGE OF OITAVOS 

 

The Fort of Saint George of Oitavos was built in the seventeenth century supported on a cliff in order to command the coast between the area of ​​Guincho and Guia to prevent unauthorized landings and protect the land from the enemies.

This is a good place to visit especially by people who have great interest in topics such as: military operations, artillery, instruments and uniforms. But also for all those who are interested in enjoying a good view over the sea.

- Approximate Value: Free

- Timetable: from Tuesdays to Fridays from 10am to 05pm; weekends from 10am to 01pm and 02pm to 05pm

- Address: Estrada do Guincho, 2750-642 Cascais

 

 

BIG BEACH OF GUINCHO

 

Guincho is a beach internationally recognized for its landscape, between two rocky points and where you can admire many dunes and the Sintra Hill.

This is a beach with a large extent of areal, with crystalline water and sought not only by tourists but also by many water sports enthusiasts.

When is low tide, you can admire a volcanic chimney of basaltic rock.

- Address: Estrada do Guincho, 2750-642 Cascais

 

 

 

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