How to get to Ericeira?

Take a 40 minutes’ drive away from Lisbon and you will find Ericeira. Apart from being a surfing mecca, it is also a great place for enjoying sandy beaches of Portugal and spending time with friends or family. Ericeira is a lovely Portuguese fishing town which offers a number of things to do for everyone, both day and night.

What is Ericeira famous for?

One of the few natural harbours between Cascais and Peniche, Ericeira was once a thriving port from where large ocean-going vessels left to trade with countries as far and wide as Scotland and Brazil.

What is the weather like in Ericeira in August?

- Due to the microclimate in this part of Portugal, it can be warm and sunny elsewhere in the country, but cool and cloudy in Ericeira. That’s usually the case in the month of August, but only in the morning -- by around noon you’ll have a bright and sunny beach day.

Where is Ericeira?

The cape is in the Portuguese municipality of Sintra, near Azóia, in the southwest of the district of Lisbon, forming the westernmost extent of the Serra de Sintra. Rome2rio makes travelling from Lisbon to Ericeira easy.

Do you need a car in Ericeira?

It’s more convenient to have a car, but it’s not difficult to hop on a bus in the capital. On a day trip by car or bus, you can stop at Mafra Palace on the way, about 15 minutes from the center of Ericeira (it’s recommended that you go to the palace in the morning, and Ericeira in the afternoon).

How to get to Ericeira from Mafrense?

It’s operated by Mafrense and its final stop is Ericeira’s bus station. There are hourly departures on weekdays and every two hours on weekends and public holidays, in both directions. It makes several stops in the villages in between, so the entire journey takes 50 to 60 minutes.

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