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There are shopping-stands at the old town.Most are at the far end of pedistrian zone coming from railwaystation.There are many artisans selling their works.We bought some little things there-I just didn´t take a photo of sellers.
What to buy: Very beautyful handmade things.I bought earrings for exaple
What to pay: Quite cheap
Written Mar 17, 2010
Address: Old town
The shop is in the centre of the walking street in Cascais. Here they speak very good English and they are very helpful. They want the customer to be happy and they let you try aslo different kind of things too. They let me try two different kinds of port wine and I did not want, because I plan to buy my port wine in the supermarket. But they insisted anyway.
What to buy: Here you can buy wine and other alcoholic drinks from Portugal. Very good quality stuff.
What to pay: It is little more expensive here, but you get so very good knowledge from the stuff in the shop so it can be wrth to buy something here. The supermarket is of course much cheaper for the same product.
Updated Jan 25, 2010
Address: Rua Visconde da Luz 3
Phone: 21 484 58 65
Along the Alameda dos Combatentes da Grande Guerra street and the small square at the Jardim Visconde da Luz you can find the weekly street market.
It's not a food market but more a bick-a-brack and some antiques market.
Written Nov 29, 2009
Address: Alameda dos Combatentes da Grande Guerra- Cascais
Portugal is known for the bright colorful tiles that adorn most of the older buildings.
What to buy: You can find some wonderful shops that sell vingnettes in tile or colorful pottery.
What to pay: Not that expensive. shop around.
Written Nov 9, 2009
As usual I was hunting for vinyl records. I haven't found any shops in Cascais, but at certain days there are some dealers selling antiques, art and surprisingly vinyl records at the groundfloor of the Cascais Villa Shopping Center.
At the weekly outdoors market at Jardim Visconde da Luz there are fewer records and in worse condition than those at the indoors dealers at the Shopping Center.
What to buy: Records!
What to pay: A few Euros.
Updated Oct 20, 2009
The Centro Comercial Cascais Villa Shopping Center houses the following:
- 90 Shops
- Pingo Doce Supermarket
- 25 Restaurant; most on the third floor with outside terras
- 5 room Castello Lopes Cinema
Shops: 10AM - 11PM
Supermarkt: 9AM - 22PM
Parking: All day
Updated Oct 5, 2009
Address: Avenida D. Pedro I 1 - 2750-786 Cascais
The Jumbo Hipermercados is a big supermarket at downtown Cascais.
It's comparable with a North American Wallmart, but with a smaller non-food section.
Of course there's fresh Portuguese seafood and vegetables.
The indoors farmacy is a seperated shop.
What to buy: Groceries.
Updated Oct 4, 2009
Address: Estrada Nacional 6
For me, SHOPPING IN CASCAIS was an enjoyable pastime. The pedestrianized street Rua Da Raita in Old Town, offered numerous shops selling local wares including hand-embroidered linen, colourful clothing, souvenirs and hand-painted ceramic tiles - Azulejos.
Along the Beachfront on Avenida Marginal, are Kiosks selling souvenirs and shell crafts.
On Wednesdays, the Farmer's Market is held at the Mercado on the Rua Mercado.
Near Boca do Inferno, there is a small market selling linen, leather shoes, slippers and bags, and various souvenirs , all at reasonable prices.
Near the train station, Cascais Villa has two floors of stores selling mostly clothing and accessories. There is also the huge Food Court on the third floor
Updated Jul 28, 2009
Address: Throughout Cascais
Cascais' oldest Hypermarket JUMBO DE CASCAIS is where you can find an excellent selection of groceries, clothes, small appliances, electronic equipment, CD's and DVD's and much much more. I loved this store. It was about a ten minute walk from our Hotel Albergaria Valbom. From the train station you go right in the direction of Cascais Villa. Turn right again past the Cascais Villa and walk across the street. Jumbo is on your left, actually across the street from the train terminal.
I went there a few times, mostly to get some bottled water, juices, fruit, cookies for Hansi, bread and sandwich fixins like peanut butter and chocolate spread, etc.
I also wanted to look for a CD with Portuguese music which they also had. I chose a CD by "Toy".
There were small appliances, clothes for children and adults.
There are also a cafe' and flower shop in the complex.
Car parking is free for the first three hours.
Open Monday to Saturday 9:00 to 23:00.
Written Jun 18, 2009
Address: National Road 6 Cascais
Phone: 214 812 600
Cascais Villa offers a wide selection of shopping from jewellery to luggage, clothing to accessories, food to groceries.
Up on the 2nd floor is the Mall's food court with great views and an outside balcony.
What to buy: Head to the 1st floor for grocery shopping if you're staying in Cascais on a budget.
What to pay: Average prices.
Written Jun 7, 2009
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