At Cascais coast, also known as the Portuguese Riviera, Estoril, once a seaside resort where members of European royalty lived, attracts visitors because of the closeness to the sea, the mild climate and the Casino. Contiguously to Estoril is Cascais, an ancient fishing village, with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and traditional white houses.Neighbors of international brands stores, while in the Marina, boats and yachts sway in the wind dreaming about the sea. Also near Lisbon, Sintra, shrouded in mists, retains all the magical beauty combining the sea, mountains and fields dotted with villas and royal palaces. This romantic village, where there are still horse-drawn carriages, invites visitors to enter the pages of the famous novel by Eça de Queiroz, Os Maias, to indulge themselves with the renowned Queijadas and the famous Travesseiros.During your experience in Sintra you can visit the mysterious Palácio da Pena from the 19th century, especially created by King Ferdinand II, to make us dream. The whole garden looks like an enchanted forest and has the purpose of awakening the senses, emotions and imagination.We got to know the stories about exotic plants and secular trees, from all corners of the world, from the magnificent redwoods from California to the tree ferns from Australia and New Zealand!Along the walk in the Park the imposing presence of the fantastic Palace completes this unique project,recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO.We promise an unique and genuine exeperience in Portugal between the sea,the mountains, history, our heritage and food.
Getting Away From Lisbon – Sintra, Cascais and Cabo da Roca
"Sintra medieval village, shrouded in mists, retains all the magical beauty combining the sea, mountains and fields dotted with villas and royal palaces. Cascais, an ancient fishing village, with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and traditional white houses."
View from the Pena Palace
Cabo da Roca
Price range: Since 80€ pax
Duration: Fullday or Halfday