I love the south bank of the river Tagus: views on downtown Lisbon and the 25 April Bridge are amazing! Take the ferry from Lisbons’ Cais do Sodré (every 10 minutes, weekend every 20 min.) to the other side of the river Tagus: Cacilhas, a 10 min trip. (Return ticket : cheap)
Riverfront terrace restaurant ‘Ponto Final’, Cacilhas, amazing view downtown Lisbon. September 2017
As you get off the ferry, it takes about 15 minutes to walk along the river to Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’, after passing lots of ruinous warehouses.
Abandoned and ruinous warehouses, Cacilhas (Almada), Lisbon
Picture: Svetlana Borodina
Cacilhasused to be a bustling area for a long long time when shipping and fishing were still major economic activities in Portugal.
You will love the typical Portuguese menu. Fish, meat and great Portuguese wines.
Restaurant Ponto Final Lisbon, September 2019
€20/25 a person incl. wine. Quite reasonable prices if you consider the view! If you’re not in the mood for food, just relax, order a coffee or a glass of wine (bottle from € 7.50) and enjoy the scenery.
Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’ & lunch with friends Svetlana and Sergy Borodin from Prague
We enjoyed olives, ripened cheese from Alentejo, cod salad with chick-pea, octopus salad, dogfish soup, a delicious bottle of restaurant Ponto Final’s housewine, sweet rice and a custard dessert.
Bill for 3 persons € 58.50.
Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’ Lisbon May 2015: Sophie Lever and Jurre Schöttelndreier
Very good Portuguese cuisine. Especialidade da Casa (specialty of the house): arroz de Tamboril (rice with monkfish), Entrecosto Assado no Forno (roasted ribs) and Peixe Fresco Grelhado (grilled fresh fish). The wine list has a quality assortment of Portuguese wines.
Great customer service & waiters Tiago & Douglas
Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’ is a perfect location for a great dinner overlooking Lisbon by night. Make sure that you book a table outside in advance.
Restaurant ‘Atira-te ao Rio’, splendid view old town Lisbon
In caserestaurant ‘Ponto Final’ is closed, the neighbor restaurant ‘Atira-te ao Rio’, Portuguese and international cuisine, is also a great place to enjoy your lunch or dinner! 🙂
Cacilhas and the famous Cristo Rei statue
The elevator to reach the Cristo Rei statue (free) is situated quite close to restaurant Ponto Final .
Svetlana & Sergy from Prague
Stunning views! Close to the elevator.
From Lisbon, Cais do Sodré ( Lisbon’s major bus, metro & trainstation) to Cacilhas, the other side of the river Tagus and vice versa
During winter season in Lisbon this place is also worth a visit 🙂 ! But it can be rather cold and very windy!
Wintertime Sunset video.
Cristo Rei Statue, Cacilhas, Lisbon
The 82m (270ft) high pedestal (by elevator). This enormous monument is built in 1959 in thanks to God for having spared Portugal during World War II, inspired by the famous statue in Rio de Janeiro. ‘God opens his arms to the city’.
Cristo Rei statue Lisbon
May 2019: Chris Hartman and Bart Cools 🙂
Yellyfish. Picture Svetlana Borodina
You can go back to the Cacilhas ferry terminal by bus # 101.
Restaurant Ponto Final, Cacilhas Cais Ginjal 72, Cacilhas / Almada,