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Sintra is a small town located in the heart of the Sintra Mountains. It is considered by many to be “unique” due to its monuments and attractions, surrounded by nature, which makes the walks full of magic and romance.

Sintra is an excellent option for those who want to enjoy a less crowded environment than the city and explore the region in a more relaxed way. The town's narrow streets are home to numerous restaurants and bars that invite you to unforgettable moments in the company of nature.

Pena Palace

The Pena Park and Palace, in the Sintra mountains, are the result of the creative genius of King Fernando II. They are the greatest exponent of 19th century Romanticism in Portugal, with architectural references of Manueline and Moorish influence.



Visit Peninha and enjoy a unique landscape. With low vegetation and strong winds. Located at 490m above sea level, you'll have an excellent and privileged view of the Atlantic Ocean.

Quinta da Regaleira

With its romantic style, this estate has a stunning palace, gardens, underground tunnels and caves.


Moorish Castle

This medieval castle is situated on top of a hill, with panoramic views of the city and the surrounding countryside.


Cabo da Roca

Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point in Europe. Luís Vaz de Camões described it as the place “where the land ends and the sea begins”. A stone pattern with a tombstone points out this geographical particularity to all who visit this place.



One of Sintra's most popular sweets is called “Travesseiro” and is a sweet puff pastry filled with almond cream and covered in sugar.


Another famous Sintra sweet is the “Queijada”, a small sweet tart made with fresh cheese, sugar, eggs and cinnamon. Queijada is said to have been created by nuns in the 13th century and has become a staple of traditional Sintra cuisine.