Cascais also has the Cascais Villa shopping centre by the bus station on Avenida Marginal. A smaller mall but right near the heart of the town and just a few blocks back from the main square.
A bigger centre is the Cascais Shopping Mall, which also caters for the cinema lover. You can find it out of town on the road to Sintra. There are 2 floors of retail store including brand named clothing and furnishings
Loja das Meias is right in the historic part of Cascais. Starting off a shop for socks, they have been around for over 100 years and have become one of the most exclusive shops in Portugal. They sell an international range of men’s and womens clothes and accessories. Part of the store has been set up to offer Thai massage.
You can buy almost anything here and at very reasonable prices too.
There are lots of tiny winding streets in the town and traders do not pester you to buy anything like they do in some resorts. Summer clothes seemed fairly cheap here.
A few times a year there is a book market in Cascais town center.
Here you will find books of all types and in many languages. This is also a good place to pick up maps, travel guides and just about anything else you can imagine.
What to buy: Look around for the English book.. They are cheaper here than in the book store.
You can also can go to the local used book store where thay have loads of English used books.
What to pay: English books are expensive in the local book stores so this is a good place to get them cheap.
Souvenirs can be bought best at the Rua Visconde da Luz shops.
I encountered friendly service and normal prices.
What to buy: Souvenirs.
What to pay: Normal prices.
If you want to rent a bicycle, ATB, moped scooter, bike or car, TransRent is the place to be.
They even have delivery- and pickup service.
Pingo Doce is a supermarkt at the groundfloor of the Cascais Villa Shopping Center.
The isles are a bit small, but the products are of high quality.
What to buy: Groceries.