Sintra and surrounding areas have a lot of unique hidden places to explore.
From unique landscapes, secluded religious sites and archaeological memories, come and enjoy a different approach to one of the most popular places of Portugal, off the beaten path.
What to Expect
A relaxed and fun journey, avoiding the massively crowded spots, exploring the beauty of the romantic Sintra.
A private guide just for you, at your pace, sharing all the knowledge and curiosities during a fun day. And some delicious experiences as well.
What to Bring
For your comfort and safety it is recomended that you bring:
Most Hotels and AirBnb have easy access by car. If not, we can set up a meeting point.
A walking tour thorugh the magic of Sintra’s old town center. It will also be delicious as we will try the local pastries as well.
A small Franciscan convent located in the Sintra Mountains. It was built in the 16th century and is known for its architectural style, which incorporates elements of the Gothic and Manueline styles.
The viewpoint offers panoramic views of the surrounding area, including the Atlantic coast, the Sintra Mountains, and Cascais coastline. It’s a great spot to take in the natural beauty of the area and get a sense of the region’s geography.
The beach is known for its crystal clear waters, fine white sand, and impressive rock formations. It’s considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal and one of the most wild and natural.
It’s time to get some energy back. Delicious options are available according to your preferences.
A small coastal village located on the Atlantic coast of Portugal. It is known for its picturesque houses and cobbled streets that cascade down to the sea. The village is famous for its spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and its unique architecture that blends in with the natural surroundings
The museum has a collection of epigraphs that covers a period of more than two millennia, from the 4th century BC to the 19th century AD.
It includes a collection of Etruscan sarcophagi (Etruscan Crypt), a vast group of Roman inscriptions (Roman Basilica), a series of Palaeo-Christian tombstones (Visigothic Church), a space dedicated to the re-use of ancient monuments (Cronos Devorator), a large set of mediaeval and post-mediaeval tombstones.
Full of good memories, amazing pictures and having enjoyed our joy and sunshine, we will take you back to your accomodation.