Along the coast, passing by the beautiful Cascais Marina and pleasure craft bobbing alongside fishing boats, Guincho’s beach, we will arrive at Guia and Costa da Guia.
They are also located near the magnificent Guincho beach and the Boca do Inferno (the hell's mouth), a wonderful cliff formation, shaped by the waves in a curve and natural arch under cliffs, with pathways allowing tourists to climb down the cliff face and view this unique phenomena from both side.
Costa da Guia is a residential area par excellence, mainly composed by recent and high buildings, most of them with 12 floors, and some small villas, around 250 sqm.
Guia is a more touristic area, as most of the people living there are foreign origin, while Costa da Guia is the opposite, as most of the people who live there are Portuguese, it is more of a residential area.
Some of the local habits are having a coffee at “Sacolinha” or going for a walk around the lighthouse, where they have restaurants, coffees and some activities for the whole family.