Enjoy the magnificence of the incomparable Vila de Sintra and follow it up with a trip to Europe’s most westerly point
Departure and Arrival
A chance to discover and explore on this full-day tour to the romantic and inimitable village of Sintra, enjoy a typical Portuguese lunch at one of the restaurants on offer, then discover all the hidden secrets of the most prominent villages and regions of the most westerly coast of Europe, from the mountains of Sintra to the limits of the Atlantic! Lose yourself and discover the magically mysterious village of Sintra with its exuberant palaces and labyrinth gardens which make it a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. Onwards to discover the most famed beaches and villages of the surrounding area and the unmissable view from the European continent’s most western point, Cabo da Roca.
Before your return to Lisbon, on to the picturesque and extraordinarily well-maintained fishing village of Cascais with its iconic bay outlooking to the point where the Tejo river meets the Atlantic ocean as well as the famed area of Estoril, known to European elites for having the continent’s largest casino and having been a refuge for spies and secret agents during WWII. After delighting in the famous patisseries of the most renown local Patisserie, enjoy an unforgettable trip back to Lisbon along on of Portugal’s most extraordinary waterside roads, alongside the limits where the land turns to river, which turns to ocean.
Sintra Village → Historical Town Center, Local Commerce, Artisan Crafts;
Cabo da Roca → Atlantic Ocean View of the Most Westerly Point in the European Continent
Guincho Road → Guincho Beach, Guincho Fortress, Guia Lighthouse, Boca do Inferno (Hell’s Mouth)
Village of Cascais → Fishing Beach, Bay, Town Centre and Marina
Estoril → Beaches, Gardens, Luxury Hotels, Europe’s Largest Casino
Marginal Avenue → The most iconic and emblematic road of the region with its golden sand beaches and multiple oceanfront fortresses from the 17th century
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National Palace of Sintra;
→ Close to:
Praia Grande Beach;
Praia das Maçãs Beach;
Azenhas do Mar;
→ The most famous “Queijadas” and “Travesseiros” (Regional Sweets) in Sintra
→ Meringue with “Doce de Ovos” (Regional Confectionary)
→ A deliciosa doçaria da mais icónica e famosa pastelaria do Estoril;
→ The freshest Fish and Seafood of the region.