Where is Cacem Located?
What Country is Cacem in?
Santiago do Cacém is a small southern Portuguese town with a long history. Already in Roman times it became more important because it was located on the Roman Road between Lisbon and the Algarve. Santiago has about 7500 inhabitants, a home, and is nestled on a mountain, on the crest of a Castelo-wide views over the countryside, the industrial city of Sines, and the Portuguese Atlantic coast allowed.
We stayed in Santiago do Cacém for almost two weeks, so we were able to discover all sorts of exciting and beautiful things. And are very fond of the place. A typical small town in the Alentejo, how we love you: A Castelo is enthroned on the mountain, including the old city with its narrow streets. The location of Santiago do Cacém is ideal to spend a time there-not far from the sea, from some pretty beaches and coastal towns. If you choose Santiago do Cacém as the base for your holiday in Portugal, you can be in Lisbon by car in around an hour and a half – or on the Algarve.