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Tagus is the name of the river, source of wealth and prosperity. Lovers are the ones which sail the river waters with passion. TagusLovers is the result of a dream becoming reality in 2015. Thank you all for being part of our dream and help the project growing among all these years!

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Oeiras – TagusLovers
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Oeiras welcomes you for a delicious lunch in a wonderful atmosphere surrounded by the blue sea. We'll take you there on our fancy sailing boat!

Oeiras is a 15-minute drive from Lisbon and is close to the beaches of Estoril and Sintra. The city lies on the right bank of the mouth of the Tagus and is separated to the north by the districts of Sintra and Amadora, to the east by Lisbon, to the west by Cascais and on the south coast by the mouth of the Tagus into the Atlantic from Almada.

Located by the sea and around 10 kilometers from Lisbon, the town of Oeiras has for centuries been the place chosen by many noble or wealthy families for their summer residences. The most important of these buildings are the 18th century palace of the Marquis of Pombal, King Dom José’s minister who contributed greatly to the development of Oeiras and its elevation to the category of a town, and the Real Quinta in Caxias.

In the 17th century a series of fortifications was built along the coast to defend the mouth of the Tagus, and therefore the entrance to Lisbon. The most notable are the Forte do Areeiro, the Forte das Maias, the Forte de Catalazete, the Forte de São Bruno in Paço de Arcos and, the most typical, situated in the middle of the Tagus – the Forte do Bugio.

Good to Know

Distance to Lisbon (by boat)
14 nautical miles
Time from Lisbon (engine boat)
up to 1 hour
Time from Lisbon (sailing boat)
2 to 3 hours
173 149
Area (km2)
45,88 km2

Spots we recommend

Oeiras Municipality – Historic Center (Largo 05 de Outubro – Church, Rua Cândido dos Reis, Rua Febus Moniz, Rua 07 de Junho). Palácio Ribamar in Algés. Palácio do Marquês de Pombal in Oeiras Bateria da Feitoria in Oeiras e São Julião da Barra. Forte de São Bruno de Caxias in Caxias. Palmeiras Shopping in Oeiras. Galerias Alto da Barra in Oeiras. Oeiras Parque in Paço de Arcos.  

Do not miss

To eat in one of the restaurants in the Oeiras Marina on a sunny day. To walk around the marina area. To visit some of the fortresses. To enjoy the wide view over the Tagus River and the blue Ocean. To visit the Museu da Pólvora Negra (Gunpowder Museum) in the premises of the Antiga Fábrica da Pólvora (Old Gunpowder Factory) in Barcarena, which has been deactivated and turned into a leisure area, the Museu do Automóvel Antigo (Veteran Car Museum) in Paço de Arcos, and the Vasco da Gama Aquarium in Dafundo are also recomended.

How to get there?

With us: TagusLovers! We bring you there. Book your boat adventure and enjoy a day you never ever forget again.