Breathtaking views old town Lisbon & 25 April Bridge: Tagus riverfront Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’ Cacilhas, great Portuguese food, easy to reach by ferry & winter season

Planning a short trip to Lisbon? Don’t miss the opportunity to visit Cacilhas, (Almada, part of Lisbon area), the south bank of the river Tagus (Tejo). Very easy to reach by ferry. The 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 Cacilhas at the other side of the river Tagus, a very pleasant 10 min trip. (Return ticket ca. 2 euro).

Arjen en Hans Ponto Final Cacilhas Lisbon sept 09

Riverfront terrace restaurant ‘Ponto Final’, Cacilhas, amazing view downtown Lisbon

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

Abandoned and ruinous warehouses, Cacilhas (Almada), Lisbon

Cacilhas used to be a bustling area for a long long time when shipping and fishing were still major economic activities in Portugal.

restaurante Ponto FInal view downtown Lisbon

Restaurant Ponto Final’s terrace at lunchtime in June

You will love the typical Portuguese menu. Fish, meat and great Portuguese wine. €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.

Restaurante Ponto Final

Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’, Cacilhas Cais Ginjal 72, Cacilhas , Almada,

Phone: (00351) 212 732 108. Mail:  pontofinalrest@gmail.comClosed: Tuesday and December 21st till January 21st.

Lisbon Ponto Final Restaurant Sophie en Jurre 2015 2

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.

Restaurante Ponto Final uitzicht brug

View 25 April Bridge

It can be rather windy along the river Tagus, so don’t forget a sweater in case you like to have dinner here. Or, order a bottle of wine and a starter, enjoy it outside for at least a glass, then move inside for the main dish.

Restaurant Ponto Final Cacilhas Lisbon amazing view

A warm summer evening while the sun is fading….whow!

Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’ is a perfect romantic location for a great dinner overlooking Lisbon by night. Make sure that you book a table outside in advance.

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The nearby restaurant ‘Atira-te ao Rio’,

Portuguese, Brasilian and international cuisine, also a great place to enjoy your lunch or dinner! Closed: Monday.

Cacilhas Lisbon view Restaurant Atira-te-ao-rio’ and Cristo Rei statue

Cacilhas and the famous Cristo Rei statue

Both restaurants are nearby the elevator to reach the Cristo Rei monument.

Ferry-Lisbon Cacilhas

Ferry timetable

from Cacilhas to downtown Lisbon

Ponto Final Lissabon Ans

During winter season in Lisbon this place is also worth a visit! But it can be rather cold and windy. (sunset video). Picture: Loek Polack

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3 Responses to “Breathtaking views old town Lisbon & 25 April Bridge: Tagus riverfront Restaurant ‘Ponto Final’ Cacilhas, great Portuguese food, easy to reach by ferry & winter season”

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  2. Neil and Wendy Berry on September 10th, 2012 at 11:25 am

    Thanks for the reccommendation. We caught the ferry and then a new tram line a couple of stops, walked to the elevator and thence down to the restaurant. It has to be one of the most idyllic places to dine, as we did, at sunset. The set sets over the enormous suspension bridge. A lot of tables wee reserved but not then occupied and room was soon made for us. We both had bream; delicious. At dusk we set off along the coast back to the ferry but were warned by the restauranteur not to do it after dark. Our trip was in September. The ferries back to the mainland run til after midnight. THanks again. Supurb place.

  3. So true! Especially liked the walk over there from the ferry with all the graffiti, and of course the stunning views across the Tejo river!

    Be aware that you might get wet from waves crashing, although the staff is very friendly and will offer you a table out of the water’s way 🙂

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