This small marina on the Tagus River is situated in the heart of historic Lisbon, and guarded by the iconic 60m-tall Monument to the Discoveries. Just 400m down-river is the 16th century Tower of Belem, which was varyingly a fortress, dungeon, barracks, and cloister.
Directly in front of the marina you will find the gardens of Belém, the CCB Cultural Center, the Monastery of Jerónimos, and the world-famous Pastel de Belém. The marina has views of the Tagus River, and the Lisbon bridge. Sightseeing tours depart from the near the marina.
Belém train station is a short walk away, from where direct and frequent trains take you in 15 minutes to downtown Lisbon, or in the opposite direction to Carcavelos beach, and the historic villages of Cascais and Estoril. The area around the marina is busy, but parking is nearly always possible.