All the dishes were well presented and left me extremely satisfied, combined with the clean, chic look and feel of the restaurant and the brilliant service, I would thoroughly recommend Conceito Food Store to all food enthusiasts looking for that ultimate gastronomy experience.
My final day in Estoril saw me take a quick trip to Cascais, an attractive fishing town which boasts some of the finest beaches of the Lisbon region. I took a nice walk along the promenade that follows the coastline between Cascais and Estoril.
It was populated with regal looking 19th-century houses, Lido’s, beach front café’s, bars and restaurants too. I also got the chance to visit the Casa Das Historias, an art museum that displays a permanent collection from Paula Rego, the local famous artist.
With that, my Estoril adventure had reached its conclusion and my departure from the Palacio Estoril via my sterling private transfer back to Lisbon airport was now underway.
In short, the Palacio Estoril is an excellent luxury hotel and an ideal destination for a family, couple or a solo explorer looking to discover and experience a premium travel getaway along the Lisbon coastline.
Estoril – Where & How?
Sovereign (01293 765 003, www.sovereign.com) offers a seven night holiday to the five star Palacio Estoril, on a B&B basis, from £949 per person – saving up to £263 per couple. The package includes one free night’s stay, private resort transfers, and return flights from London Heathrow with TAP Portugal. Based on departures 23 October 2017. Call to book. TAP Portugal flies direct from London City (new from 29 October 2017), Heathrow, Gatwick and Manchester to Lisbon up to 12 times daily.
Photos courtesy of Sovereign Paradise Found
Flights courtesy of TAP Portugal