Departure from: Lisbon (in your central hotel).
Beautiful villages of unique charms, in communion with the mountains and the ocean, between the
glamor and glorious Eden, rich in history, heritage and natural beauty.
The unique characteristics of Sintra have made UNESCO a world heritage site, both due to its natural richness as a result of its luxuriant vegetation, and the heritage built in the village and mountain range, where we highlight the Vila Palace, where many Arab reminiscences, in particular the tiles.
The Vila Palace stands out for two huge conical chimneys, symbol of the locality and the imposing Palace of Pena, symbol of the romantic season in one of Serra’s peaks.
Special reference deserves the Sintra sweets, namely the pillows and the famous queijadas, confectioned since the century. XII.
Towards the Atlantic coast, you have the opportunity to admire the Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of the European continent and catch the splendor of the village of Cascais which was once an elegant summer retreat of the Portuguese monarchy during the 19th century.
A haven of European royalty during World War II thanks to the neutral status of the country and a fishing village that has reinvented itself and has become a refined seaside resort and one of the country’s most sophisticated destinations with a quality of an enviable life.
In the direction of Lisbon, by the Marginal we arrive at Estoril, known for its Casino, one of the largest and oldest in Europe, for its historical hotels and for the glamor of the most varied events in the world that has been the scene since the 1950s XX.