Cascais is a beautiful coastal town located about 30 km west of Lisbon, and is a cosmopolitan suburb of the capital and one of the richest municipalities in the country. With an area of about 97 km2, it is home to a population of over 200,000 people by 2011. This used to be a fishing village and is famous for its beautiful white-sand beaches, and once a popular holiday destination for the Portuguese royal family.
The town centre is bustling with restaurants, cafes and local shops. I highly recommend you spend some time in the afternoon walking around the centre for a late lunch or early dinner.