Your trip starts at lovely Cascais, and goes on past the white sand beaches of Estoril. Both towns were dens of spies during WWII and have been holiday hotspots since Napoleon times.
Leaving the ocean, your sailboat will glide on the Tagus River, on its way upstream to Belém. In your mind’s eye, you will see the tágides pulling it along. They are the nymphs of the Tagus, created by Camões, Portugal’s greatest poet.
Spot the seventeenth-century fortresses sitting along the coast. Then, just lean back and relax. Your pilot — and the tágides — will get you safely to Belém, on this private and customisable cruise.