|• Total||127 km2 (49 sq mi)|
|Elevation||43 m (141 ft)|
|• Density||640/km2 (1,700/sq mi)|
|Refers to the urbanized portions of the parishes of Agualva, Cacém, Mira-Sintra and São Macros only|
|Demonym(s)||Cacémense (from Cacém) and Agualvense (from Agualva) (both are not very used demonyms)|
|Time zone||WET (UTC0)|
|• Summer (DST)||WEST (UTC+1)|
|Postal Zone||(+351) 21X XXX XXX|
|ISO 3166 code||PT|
Agualva-Cacém (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐˈɣwaɫvɐ kɐˈsɐ̃j]) is a Portuguese city located in the municipality of Sintra. It comprises the civil parishes of Agualva, Cacém, Mira-Sintra, and São Marcos, equivalent to 81,845 inhabitants of the municipalities population.
The name Agualva-Cacém belonged to a civil parish that encompassed 10.51 km2 (4.1 sq mi) of the municipality of Sintra. On 12 July 2001, that parish was elevated to the status of city and divided into four civil parishes (24 July 2001).
Agualva-Cacém is divided into four civil parishes, which fall within a territorial extent within the Greater Lisbon subregion, an area of mostly residential suburbs.
With the Reorganização Administrativa do Território das Freguesias (Administrative Reorganization of the Territory of Parishes) - Law Nº. 11-A/2013, 21st of January, 2013, the four parishes were merged in two unions of parishes: União das Freguesias de Agualva e Mira-Sintra and União das Freguesias do Cacém e S. Marcos.
- Anta de Agualva
- Gruta do Colaride
- D. Domingos Jardo, Bishop of Lisbon (1289-1293)
There are several football clubs in Agualva-Cacém and two futsal clubs; these include:
- Atlético Clube do Cacém
- Grupo Desportivo Os Nacionais
- Grupo Desportivo do Bairro Azul
- Ginásio Clube 1° de Maio de Agualva
- Clube Unidos do Cacém
- Novos Talentos
- Soares, Nuno Pires (2001), Uma População Que Se Urbaniza (Census 2001) (PDF) (in Portuguese), Instituto Geográfico Português
- União das Frequesias do Cacém e S. Marcos
- União das Freguesias de Agualva e Mira-Sintra