he village of Sintra is notable for the presence of its romantic architecture, resulting in its classification as a Cultural Landscape of Sintra,
UNESCO World Heritage.
he Park and the Pena Palace, located in the Sintra mountains and the result of the creative genius of D. Fernando II, are the greatest exponent of 19th century Romanticism in Portugal, with architectural references of Manueline and Moorish influence.
Quinta da Regaleira
he Regaleira Palace is the main building and the most common name of the Quinta da Regaleira palace.
It is also called Monteiro dos Milhões Palace, a name associated with the nickname of its first owner was António Augusto who was distinguished by King Dom Carlos I on August 16, 1904 as baron of Almeida.
Sintra National Palace
he National Palace of Sintra, also known as Palácio da Vila, is located in the parish of São Martinho, in the village of Sintra, Lisbon District, Portugal.It was one of the Royal Palaces and today is owned by the Portuguese State, which uses it for tourist and cultural purposes.
With urban implantation, its construction started in the 15th century, although an old construction from the Muslim period was used.
Cabo da Roca
abo da Roca is the westernmost point of mainland Portugal, as well as continental Europe.
Boca do Inferno
oca do Inferno is located on the Costa da Guia, west of the village of Cascais, in Portugal. The name "Boca do Inferno" attributed to this place is due to the morphological analogy and the tremendous and frightening impact of the waves that are felt there.