Cafe restaurant ‘O Corvo’ Mouraria Lisbon: great food & a ‘sweater-wearing’ tree
Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo’ (The Crow) in area Mouraria Lisbon is one of my favorites. This part of the city is still quite authentic, although tourism has increased the last few years.
Largo dos Trigueiros, historic area Mouraria Lisbon & a ‘sweater’ wearing beautiful tree 🙂
A bit hidden in Lisbon’s city center there’s a wonderful small square surrounded with colourful old houses, and a small old fountain in the middle. Just lovely!
Square Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘ (The Crow)
Wonderful very old fountain. Largo dos Trigueiros, Lisbon
May 2023: Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘ (The Crow) Largo dos Trigueiros, Lisbon
Small terrace pleasantly shaded by a tree
Square Largo dos Trigueiros, once forgotten and lined with cars, is nowadays one of the coolest places of Lisbon. In march 2016 cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo’ opened his doors.
Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘ (The Crow), December 2018
In summertime the terrace is shaded by the spreaded branches of a beautiful tree with a colourful ‘sweater’ wrapped around the trunk : knitted graffiti 🙂
September 2017: Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘, area Mouraria Lisbon
The menu offers affordable meals: a variety of dishes, also vegetarian. Opened in March 2016, cafe-restaurant ‘O Corvo’ is a friendly, easy-going place serving homemade foccacia among others, and homemade cakes.
August 2018: Dorade (larded with peppers) € 12, 50. Delicious!
Entrecôte (500 gr) for 2 persons, potatoes and salad € 28; um copo de vinho tinto/vinho branco (a glass of red or white wine) € 2,60; small bottle of water € 1,80, coffee € 1,00.
September 2017: Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘, area Mouraria Lisbon: entrecôte for 2 persons
Mix and match of antique furniture
Inside the restaurant there ‘s a mix and match of antique furniture, vintage pieces, wooden movie chairs, stone-clad tables and sofas from the last century. Everything recovered and in good condition.
Home made chocolate cake € 3:60
When entering restaurant O Corvo it seems that it ‘s only one space and an open kitchen (very nice people!) but there’s another, greater room. The place is suitable for a group (50 seats).
September 2018: Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘ Lisbon & Margriet de Vrieze
Historic area Mouraria
The cobblestoned former Moorish quarter, roughly between the Castle of Saint George (São Jorge) and Rossio square, is a friendly and super-central neighborhood where Fado was born and which today presents a mix of long-time residents and a multicultural community, complemented by artists, students and other young people.
Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘, area Mouraria Lisbon & nearby street with photos on the walls
Area Mouraria in Lisbon is a muddle of narrow streets, stairs and small squares, which gives the visitor a glimpse of a forgotten age. Houses painted in several pastel colours or covered with antique tiles (Portuguese: azulejos).
Area Mouraria Lisbon & photo printed on wood
Photographer Camilla Watson : fabulous photos printed on wood
Um tributo à Mouraria (‘A tribute to Mouraria): a permanent exhibition of fabulous photos printed on wood on the walls of the streets in a tribute to fadistas or people with a strong connection to the neighborhood. Amazing!
British photographer Camilla Watson has been living in this area for 6 years.
Cafe/restaurant ‘O Corvo‘, area Mouraria Lisbon & one of the spaces
Location & how to get there:
10 min. walk from startingpoint tram 28, square Martim Moniz: walk via Rua da Madalena, then go up the stairs (Beco dos Surradores) until Largo dos Trigueiros , and turn right.
YouTube: Square Largo dos Trigueiros & stairs to reach the restaurant
Lost In Lisbon Restaurant & shop: magical Indian-style, great views & shrimp curry
Restaurant/cafe Lost In is one of the most magical places in Lisbon: fantastic city views and an inviting hangout Indian-style decoration.
In the same building: shop Lost in India, selling a.o. beautiful typically Indian style clothes with Arab influences. 🙂
Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon & lovely outside space May 2023
A while ago I bought a beautiful Indian-style coat in the imposant Lost In clothing store, Rua dom Pedro V no. 58. The nice saleswoman asked: ‘Did you already visit the restaurant behind the store? No? From here it is possible to enter the restaurant’. What a surprise! 🙂
Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon & terrace June 2018
Peace & tranquility
The view over the city is wonderful, even when it’s a cloudy day.
Lost In is a chill-out ambiance. When you enter this space, you immediately feel the peace and tranquility it conveys.
Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon June 2018 & Loesje Broere
Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon June 2018: waiters Samuel & Patrik
Caril de gambas com arroz basmati, legumes salteados e papadam (Shrimp curry with basmati rice, sauteed vegetables and papadam), delicious!
Bill for 2 persons € 64,80 (May 2023) ( shrimps, tuna, wine (5 euro a glass), water and coffee).
Ben Weijers & Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon , May 18, 2023
The staff is friendly and chatty, speaking a variety of languages. The 2 lovely young waiters gave 2 older ladies like us the idea being young again 😉 😉
We had a great afternoon amongst Indian couches and sofas, candles, colored comfortable chairs, statues, paintings & Indian shoes hanging on the walls.
Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon June 2018
The music is calm, with a strong focus on jazz 🙂 (the day we’ve been there). Restaurant Lost In VIDEO
Restaurant Lost In Lisbon December 6, 2018 & Lilja Plews
Music: every Thursday evening or on Sunday in the afternoon there’re live jazz sessions/music events. Besides frequent oriental dance events or DJ’s.
Restaurant/cafe Lost In Lisbon & very friendly manager Rita Teixeira
Rua dom Pedro V no. 58
Príncipe Real Lisbon
Website (& how to make a reservation)
Lost In India Shop : clothes from India & Mica & Leonor
Clothing store, typically Indian style with Arab influences.
Lost In India Lisbon Shop March 21 & owner Leonor
Preparing the shop for reopening after 3 months of lockdown in Portugal January – April 2021
Lost In India Shop: clothes from India & much more beautiful stuff!
Update March 2021: It is possible to order online more….
Designer Alberto Gourgel Lisbon: unique pieces, atelier & shop
Close to tourist attraction fleamarket Feira da Ladra in Lisbon there’s the studio of designer Alberto Gourgel.
Where? Rua Salvador 83 , Lisbon
Designer Alberto Gourgel’s atelier in Lisbon
January 2023: atelier designer Alberto Gourgel in Lisbon & Fernanda Vasconselos
Alberto Gourgel was born in Angola, a Portuguese colony from the 16th century to 1975. ” I studied in a boarding school in Angola, but due to economical problems my brother and I moved to Lisbon in 1983. Being a kid, I already had a lot of creative ideas”.
2008: Market ‘A Feira da Ladra‘ (Lisbon’s famous flea market)
Original Portuguese magazines
Alberto Gourgel & vintage suitcases decorated with original vintage Portuguese magazines.
Atelier Alberto Gourgel and Spanish photographer Lluís Salvadó Icart
You can find Alberto and his beautiful creations in his atelier/shop quite near the market:
Legendary market in Lisbon: Feira da Ladra
Alberto ( in 2008): ”The last years, I’m in to ‘vintage’, and I’m fascinated with the beautiful 20th Century Portuguese ‘vogue’ magazines. It’s not easy finding them, sometimes I’m lucky in a small museum or in very old bookshops”.
Alberto: “The vernis is made by hand, an ancient procedure. It takes a lot of time because it’s very important to keep the original colors”. Besides Alberto decorates posters, walls, doors and room separators.
Tourists from all over the world
Flea market “Feira da Ladra” (Campo de Santa Clara) is visited by lots of tourists from all over the world. The market in Alfama dates back around 800 years, though it may have been named ‘Feira da Ladra’ as late as the 17th century.
2009: Alberto Gourgel , Feira da Ladra Lisbon
‘Biombo’ ( a room separator) created by Alberto Gourgel. Prices from 75- 125 euro.
A creation of Alberto Gourgel in my house in Lisbon
Alberto’s work is also for sale in some antique shops in Lisbon and in loja (shop) ‘A Vida Portuguesa’. Owner is Catarina Portas. She has a passion for Portuguese identity, and everyday Catarina brings objects of the past back to life to inhabit modern-day homes.
Rua Anchieta 11, Chiado Lisbon
Fleamarket Feira da Ladra, January 2019
Alberto Gourgel & friend Margaretha de Vrieze
March 2021: unique lamp in my apartment in area Graça Lisbon
Alberto Gourgel Atelier / vintage shop
Rua Salvador 83 , Lisbon Facebook
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Lovely Portuguese ceramics shop at Lisbon’s fleamarket: ‘Armazém das Caldas’
There’s a store where you step into Lisbon’s famous fleamarket, ‘Armazém das Caldas’. The traditional Portuguese ceramics and the warm service of the owners makes me feel like buying a lot.. !
April 10 2021 : Portuguese ceramic shop: ‘Armazém das Caldas’, Campo de Santa Clara 112, at the fleamarket in Lisbon
Armazém (lit. warehouse) das Caldas opened his doors in November 2014, selling traditional Portuguese ceramics from Caldas da Rainha, the ‘capital’ of portuguese pottery, popularized by artist and designer Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro. (also known for his illustrations, caricatures and sculptures).
Portuguese ceramics: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ Lisbon, November 2019
People who visit Lisbon a few days, usually like strolling through the fleamarket (Feira da Ladra, lit. thieves market), where you can find this lovely little shop.
I heard Chinese, Russian- or French people say: ‘How wonderful, but how do we get all this into our suitcase?’
Portuguese traditional ceramics: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ , located at the fleamarket in Lisbon, November 2019
The shelves are full of crockery, tableware and decorative objects, in an explosion of colors and iconic products such as pumpkins, cabbages, swallows, roosters, frogs, lizards, sardines and hanging codfish.
Portuguese traditional ceramics: ‘Armazém das Caldas’, Lisbon
June 8, 2019. Picture: Christel Leenen
Designer Bordalo Pinheiro had a great sense of humor.. 😉 many of his designs, for example the collection of cabbage leaf dinnerware, are very funny…. !
Portuguese traditional ceramics: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ Lisbon & swallow nest (€ 30)
Swallow nest (andorinha): symbol of loyalty and love
In 1891 designer Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro decided to produce a set of ceramic pieces that looked like swallows. They integrated into Portuguese homes and became a symbol for a Portuguese house which lives on still today. Why it had such a massive success? It represents family, loyalty and love! 🙂
Portuguese traditional ceramics Lisbon: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ , hanging salted codfish (bacalhau, € 25)
Dried and salted codfish (bacalhau), a faithful friend (fiel amigo) & history
The Portuguese adore codfish and it’s said that are 365 different ways to cook it…one recipe for each day of the year!
Portuguese traditional ceramics Lisbon: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ & designer Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro
There’s a very long history with Portugal & codfish: shortly after Columbus (about 500 years ago) discovered America, the Portuguese were fishing for cod near NewFoundland. More…….
Portuguese ceramics Lisbon: ‘Armazém das Caldas’, rooster (galinha, € 35)
The legend of the ‘good luck’ rooster (Galo de Barcelos): a national symbol of Portugal
If you visit Lisbon you see brightly coloured roosters in all souvenir shops in all kind of variations and sizes. According to the legend, it brings you good luck, but you must receive it as a gift…
Portuguese traditional ceramics: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ Lisbon, November 2019
YouTube – The legend of the Galo de Barcelos has been passed from generation to generation and while the stories differ, the ending is always the same.
Portuguese ceramics: ‘Armazém das Caldas’ Lisbon, sardines (sardinhas)
Grilled sardines (sardinhas) & party time in June: Feast days of the popular saints
Sardines play an important role in Portuguese culture. In the month of June traditionally millions of big and tasty sardines (sardinhas) are grilled outdoors. The streets of the historical areas in Lisbon are filled with a delicious smell (but also the smoke!) 😉
On the eve of Saint Anthony’s day, June 12, Lisbon turns into one big party!
‘Armazém das Caldas’ Lisbon, my favorite: crockery in beautiful soft colours
‘Armazém das Caldas’ Lisbon
Campo de Santa Clara, 112
Open from 11:00 – 19:00 (also on Sunday). Closed: Monday & Wednesday
Tuesdays and Saturdays (fleamarket days): open from 09:00 – 19:00
Fleamarket Lisbon, Alfama district. View from ‘Armazém das Caldas’ more…..
Lisbon at Christmas time, students, beggers, traditions & Xmas lingerie
Happy New Year!
Already in October Lisbon is busy decorating the streets and trees. Thousands of colourful Christmas lights decorate the city. Christmas light restrictions across Portugal 2022
November 2022: Praça Luis de Camões
This year conventional lights were replaced by LED bulbs to reduce energy consumption.
Christmas lights will be on between December 6th 2022 and January 6th 2023, with a reduction in the daily operating hours. More info: The Portugal News
Lisbon, historical area Mouraria, in December
Church near Praça Martim Moniz
A Lisbon shop in December & Xmas lingerie
Children’s choirs sing Christmas carols (Janeiras) in the streets of Lisbon.
The Janeiras are a great tradition.
Rossio Square, Lisbon in November, children’s choir
Groups, mostly young people, walk through the streets from house to house. With their songs, they wish all residents a good and healthy New Year.
Lisbon, Christmas tree 2017
At the night of December 31, thousands of people gather near the waterfront of the Tagus River at Praça do Comércio, to welcome the new year.
students (try to 😉 ) sing a Christmas Carol in the streets and ask for money..
A woman, also dressed in black, is asking for money too…..
…..and there’s a lot of poor people begging on the streets of Lisbon, not only at Christmas time….
Praca Dom Pedro IV (Rossio), Christmas decoration and beautiful ‘wave’ pavement
On Christmas Eve , December 24, mosts restaurants are closed from lunchtime.
Families gather around the Christmas tree. Many attend the Midnight Mass (Missa do Galo). After mass they gather around the table and have supper.
Praça do Comércio, Lisbon December 31, 2017
December 31, in the best of Portuguese traditions, a shower of light and colour will flood Lisbon’s most famous square, Praça do Comércio, with a fireworks display to the sound of the twelve gongs.
Fireworks YouTube 2018
Praça do Comércio, Lisbon. December 2019.
Picture: Josephine Lucassen, professional tourist guide
New Years Eve: From 22:00 there’s a big stage at this square,there’re live concerts with famous Portuguese names and plenty of entertainment. According to the Portuguese tradition, twelve wishes are made to the sound of the twelve bell tolls, toasting with champaign to the new year.
Also in Parque das Nações there is a fireworks show near the river.
Traditional Portuguese New Years cake ( Bolo Rei). Picture: Britta Frahm
Feliz Natal! Traditional is the Bolo Rei (Kings’ cake). This fruitcake is a typically New Years cake, but is becoming popular during Christmas Holidays. In the cake there are two surprises: one is a little present, the other one is not welcomed: a raw broad bean. Whoever gets this bean has to buy (or prepare) the Bolo Rei in the coming year.
Feliz Natal: Merry Christmas!
Portuguese ‘Farturas‘ can be filled with flavoured jelly ( strawberry, chocolate). Very popular and delicious 🙂
Farturas (picture: Wikipedia).
HAPPY NEW YEAR! FELIZ ANO NOVO!
Lisbon at Christmas time, 2009
Roasted chestnuts Lisbon, November 11 St. Martin’s Day traditions & liqueur Jeropiga
The unmistakable smell of roasted chestnuts (castanhas assadas) is announcing autumn’ s arrival in Portugal. ‘Quentes e boas’! ‘(Get’ em hot!). This cry goes out on the Lisbon streets.
‘Hot and good, a dozen for € 2“.
Much to the chagrin of many, the traditional paper cone made out of the Yellow Papers has been replaced by soulless paper packages, which takes something away from the ritual of chestnuts.
Baixa area, the commercial heart of Lisbon
St. Martin’s Day is celebrated on November 11
It’s called Magusto. This day is the peak of three days, often with very good weather, known as Verão de São Martinho (Saint Martin’s summer).
St. Martin’s Day dinner at home with friends, November 2018
The Portuguese celebrate St. Martin’s Day with jeropiga (a traditional delicious sweet liqueur wine) and roasted chestnuts (castanhas assadas).
Rossio, Lisbon in December
On St. Martin’s Day traditions dictate that family and friends gather around a glowing hearth or bonfire.
How to roast chestnuts in the oven
Chestnuts are roasted, traditional alcoholic drinks are served, like água-pé (a watered kind of wine), jeropiga, vinho novo (young wine), or the slow smooth burn of aguardente (‘firewater’, alcoholic drinks between 29 and 60 percent).
Chestnuts and jeropiga
Because this pagan festival is a celebration of life, there is food and drink and plenty of fun: in some regions people smother themselves with ashes, black themselves up and sing around the fire.
Largo do Chiado, Lisbon
Kiosk cafe ‘Clara Clara’ Lisbon: Tagus river view garden & children playground
The ‘Clara Clara’ Cafe in Alfama Lisbon is a kiosk in the garden-terrace of (Santa Clara), overlooking the Tagus (Tejo) River and the National Pantheon (Church of Santa Engracia).
‘Clara Clara’ kiosk cafe in the heart of fleamarket Feira da Ladra, Lisbon
Lovely & quiet garden
Summer, 2015. This small and quiet garden is a nice place to sit down and relax after browsing the legendary fleamarket Feira da Ladra, Lisbon or after visiting the nearby National Pantheon , in which important Portuguese personalities are buried.
April 29, 2021: cafe ‘Clara Clara’ terrace Lisbon
This lovely small garden was built in 1862. It provides a panoramic view of the Tagus River. Clara Clara Cafe presents complementary activities such as music or entertainment for kids . A little further down, there is a playground.
Kiosk cafe ‘Clara Clara’ Lisbon & Tagus river view december 2021
The cafe offers coffee, (bica), tea (chá) and Portuguese wines such as Vinho Verde (green wine), beer (imperial) and lemonade, fresh fruit shakes or a sandwich.
Cafe Clara Clara & a part of the garden overlooking the river Tagus
An inviting terrace in summertime: the kiosk cafe offers food and drinks – fresh seasonal products – with a careful selection of cheeses and wines, at tables under the trees in summertime.
Clara Clara cafe in June, the kiosk is decorated with garlands (Feast Days of the Popular Saints)
This beautiful garden was named after Pedro Amaral Boto Machado, a Portuguese Republican politician and governor (from May 1913 till May 1915) of the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe, discovered and claimed by Portugal in the 1470s. Independence was granted on July 1975.
Clara Clara Cafe is open daily from 10:00 AM to midnight. Easy to reach by old tram 28.
Clara Clara Cafe in wintertime (december)
In winter season the cafe offers heaters and blankets. Tea, hot chocolate or a Vinho Quente (hot red mulled wine) . The scones and hot croissants already have enough fans, as well as the chocolate muffins.
In Lisbon you can still find a lot of nostalgic Moorish kiosks cafes
The garden is surrounded by the flea market every Tuesday and Saturday
Fleamarket Feira da Ladra, Lisbon (every Tuesday and Saturday from dusk till dawn),
Lisbon’s unique Aqueduct (1731, 65 m tall), serial killer Alves & exhibition Frida Kahlo
Really worth a visit!
Water was in scarce supply even for Lisbon’s earliest inhabitants. In 1731 Portugal’s King João V (John V) decided to build an aqueduct (Aqueduto das Águas Livres, ‘free waters’). The project was paid by a special sales tax on beef, olive oil, wine and other products.
Aqueduct Lisbon (Aqueduto das Águas Livres), October 2022
Magnificent construction & misunderstandings
The magnificent construction caused constant misunderstandings between the royal power, engineers, architects and municipal institutions; abusive clerical interference found its way into the fray.
Aqueduct Lisbon (Aqueduto das Águas Livres, October 2022
Today, what the Portuguese think of as the Lisbon Aqueduct is that gigantic set or arches spanning the Alcântara valley, ending at the Mãe d’Água das Amoreiras Reservoir (Water Museum) of Amoreiras..
View from the Aqueduct Lisbon, October 2022
The main course of the aqueduct covers 18 km, but the whole network of canals extends through nearly 58 km. Its source is known as Águas Livres and is located in Caneças.
Aqueduct Lisbon (Aqueduto das Águas Livres, October 2022
important sources of water supply
The aqueduct consist of a complex series of underground galleries, arches and skylights linked to the visible principal body, known as the General Aqueduct. These are scattered all over the city, giving rise to numerous fonts which, in times gone by, were important sources of water supply for the city.
Entrance Water Museum Lisbon, Calçada da Quintinha, 6, Lisboa
Concluded in 1834 (although it began to supply water to Lisbon in 1748), displays visible Gothic influences in a period dominated by the Baroque style.
More information about architects and engineers
Water Museum (Mãe d’Água), Lisbon
Video Museu da Água YouTube
After the earthquake of 1755, architect Custódio Vieira was granted pardon for the profligacy for which he had been accused owing to the amount of iron he used to strengthen the arch’s structure, for, despite being located on a seismic faultline, it had resisted the quake.
Water Museum (Mãe d’Água) Lisbon, October 2022
Diogo Alves, the ‘Aqueduct serial killer’
The public walkway along the interior gallery, named Arches Walk, which once offered a wonderful panoramic view to pedestrians, has been closed since 1844 due to the large number of suicides and murders, including those committed by the famous bandit Diogo Alves , the ‘Aqueduct serial killer’.
Aqueduct Lisbon. Picture: Paulo Juntas (Wikipedia), Aqueduct arches (65 m tall) over the Alcântara valley.
‘ Water Museum‘, Calçada da Quintinha, 6, Lisboa, in charge of the aqueduct, organizes guided visits and tours.
Exhibitions: from October 27 Frida Kahlo ‘The Life of an Icon’
After more than 150.000 visitors worldwide, the unique exhibition about the life of the iconic Frida Kahlo arrives in Lisbon. One of the most influential artists of all time! TICKETS
Opening Hours | Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5:30 pm (closed for lunch from 12:30 to 1:30 pm). More: Wikipedia Facebook
October 1st 2022: Aqueduct Lisbon & members of NV Lissabon
Restaurant/bar Atlantic Grill near Cascais, quality food & amazing sea view
Around Lisbon there’re beautiful beaches, well known for their calm waters, fine sand and quality restaurants like Atlantic Grill, near Cascais 🙂 🙂
Wonderful sea view from the terrace of Restaurant Átlantic Grill near Cascais, August 2019. Watch: facebook.
Specialty: fresh fish, shellfish & seafood
It’s not only the privileged location on a beach between Lisbon and Cascais, that justifies a stop at this restaurant. The quality of the cuisine is essential, which has fish and seafood as a specialty.
Restaurant/bar Atlantic Grill near Cascais, August 2019.
On the background: Cascais, a favourite tourist destination in Portugal, ca. 30 km from Lisbon, easy to reach by train from station Cais do Sodré).
This region is also a popular surf spot .
Restaurant/bar Atlantic Grill near Cascais & seafood. (picture: Atlantic Grill)
YouTube: very sympathetic restaurant owner Jorge Monteiro & how to prepare picanha (rump cap)
My choice for almoçar (Portuguese lunch): picanha , a prime beef cut, very popular in South America/ Brasil (former Portuguese colony).
Restaurant Atlantic Grill near Cascais & picanha: € 11:99. August 2019
Meat picanha & history
The term “picanha” (pea-kan-yah) derives from the word “picana”, which was a pole used by ranchers in the southern parts of Portugal and Spain for herding cattle. This herding technique was then taken to Brazil by Portuguese emigrants and eventually the term “picanha” was adopted to refer to the part where the cow was poked by ranchers. Source: Wikipedia
Restaurant/bar Atlantic Grill near Cascais. (Picture: Atlantic Grill)
Daily live music or DJ. Also to book for birthday parties. Special prices for groups. Rooftop & inside dining.
Wonderful location! 🙂 🙂 You Tube Bafureira Beach
Website restaurant Atlantic Grill & menu
Restaurant Atlantic Grill near Cascais & entrance to inside dining
How to get there
By car: Bafureira beach is about 20/30 minutes away from the center of Lisbon. Go along the “Marginal” (the name of the road), in direction to “Cascais” . About half way across the “marginal” there’re signs to “S. Pedro do Estoril‘. Free parking near the restaurant for approx. 200 cars.
Bufareira beach, Parede S. Pedro do Estoril, picture: 2009
Restaurant Atlantic Grill
Praia da Bafureira, Av. Marginal 2755-239 Parede, S. Pedro do Estoril, Cascais. Open: every day.
November 2009: Bafureira beach & Erika Reusens
Facebook restaurant Atlantic Grill
From Lisbon by train: ‘Linha de Cascais’ (name of the train line joining Lisbon to Cascais) from Cais do Sodré, Lisbon’s major bus, metro, ferry & trainstation.
Trainstop (paragem): São Pedro do Estoril (ca. 10 minutes walk) to restaurant Atlantic Grill
Restaurant/bar Atlantic Grill near Cascais, inside dining (Picture: Atlantic Grill)
Praia (beach) Bafureira is very small, surrounded by cliffs and accessed by a narrow staircase from the upper parking lot.