You are likely to come across the Mercado da Vila several times during your stay in Cascais. This is the name given to the old Cascais market, which has welcomed buyers and sellers since 1952. Since then it has been transformed into a centre for restaurants, bars and terraces, themed markets and a place for selling produce. On Wednesday mornings it has a big old-fashioned market selling everything from bed sheets to Pinterest-pinned crockery, from shoes to jeans. It is connected to the fresh market, the Mercado Saloio, which sells fruit, vegetables, flowers, cheeses, and so on, and which also opens on Saturday mornings.