Elected by UNESCO as a world heritage site, Sintra lives up to its title. With the air of a medieval city, the place is full of castles, farms and museums, bringing a lot of beauty and history to those who visit.
Those who appreciate beautiful buildings will be amazed by the architectural colors and shapes of the Pena Palace. Located on one of the highest peaks in Sintra, the palace is still decorated with the last century, which takes the tourist on a real journey through time.
Sintra, dotted with palaces, churches and manor houses all along it's imposing mountain, stretches in waves of green and amazing parks.
The fascination of the urban settlements of the Old Town is a privileged place of excellence, of beauty and undeniable cultural and natural interest.
A place full of beauty and mystery, Quinta da Regaleira is one of the main tourist spots in Sintra. The site offers three attractions in a single tour: you can visit the palace, stroll through its woods, visit the Initiative Well and the chapel of the Holy Trinity.
Known as the most westerly point in Europe, the Roca Cape is a place of rare beauty. If you are a lover of natural landscapes you will be amazed by the view of the Atlantic Ocean. As there is a lot of wind, it is recommended to take a mesh to avoid getting cold. The place offers every structure for the traveler with a tourist support point that contains bathrooms, drinking fountains and even a souvenir shop.
The holiday villa Casa do Lago, is the best base to visit Sintra in Portugal