Thursday Doors: Cascais, Portugal

I have to admit my favorite of all the stops on the cruise was Cascais, Portugal! The historic seaside fishing village was the perfect not-too-small, not too big place and I knew as soon as I saw the curvy streets this would be the place for me! So let’s look at some of their doors!

Cascais, Portugal
Cascais, Portugal
Cascais, Portugal

Is it Door 27 or 382?

Cascais, Portugal

Or 35A or 360A?

Cascais, Portugal

315 may need a little work! But, I’d love to take the project on! Who wouldn’t love the curvy cobblestones right to your door?

Cascais, Portugal
Cascais, Portugal
Cascais, Portugal
Cascais, Portugal

Two kinds of curvy cobblestones here!

Cascais, Portugal

Or this pattern……….

Cascais, Portugal

The bright blue sky, the colorful pastel buildings and the curvy-wavy streets led us to here!

Cascais, Portugal

I will write a post tomorrow about the beautiful village of Cascais, Portugal! Today is the beautiful doors of Cascais Day! I hope you enjoyed them!

This is just one of many photos in the Thursday Door Collection featured by Norm2.0!   Won’t you join in or take a peak at all the doors?

9 Comments Add yours

    1. That was my favorite too! It was an Irish Pub!

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  1. Marie says:

    Lovely shots. I will be visiting Cascais in May and you have may me want to see it more than I already did. 🙂

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    1. Oh, I really really liked it! I am writing another post with more pictures today Marie!

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      1. Marie says:

        I will look for it.

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  2. Candy says:

    A beautiful city with some fantastic doors!

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  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    Another great collection. The first door “Marluza” was my fave from this batch. Did you ever find out what the story was with the dual addresses?

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  4. The third, green, door is a thing of beauty! I’ve been enjoying door-hopping with you. Such excellent architecture in these parts. I haven’t been to Spain or Portugal at all yet.

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    1. Yeah 4A was one of of favorites there!

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