Sintra Village

Sintra is a charming village that provides a wanderful day for all her visitors. Considered a “cultural landscape” for its natural riches as well as the historic buildings in the town and mountains. UNESCO classified it as a World heritage site.

Sintra Village

Monserrate Palace

This Romantic park was created by William Beckford with contrasting scenarios where narrow winding footpaths intertwine amongst ruins, nooks and crannies, waterfalls and lakes, in what, at first sight, seems to be an apparently disordered fashion.

Monserrate Palace

Quinta da Regaleira

Very close to the historic centre of Sintra is Quinta Regaleira. The palace was built in 1904 – 1910 (in the last days of the Portuguese monarchy) with a Romantic revivalist style, in an imitation of Gothic, Manueline and Renaissance architectural and decorative forms, mixed with a mythical and esoteric symbolism.

Quinta da Regaleira

Cabo da Roca

If you go to Sintra, don’t miss the chance to visit the westernmost point of mainland Europe, Cabo da Roca. Around 150 metres above the sea, here you can have a panoramic view over the Serra de Sintra and the coast, which makes it worth the visit.

Cabo da Roca

Guincho

Part of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, Guincho Beach is endowed with a surrounding landscape of great beauty in which the white sand dunes contrast with the deep tones of the Serra de Sintra hills, looming in the background.

Guincho

Tours

Sintra , Cascais
& Cabo da Roca Tour