Sintra, Cabo da Roca, Cascais and Estoril Full Day


Discover Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the villa that’s surrounded by an amazing natural park, a castle, beautiful palaces and chalets.




Palacio da Penasintraa

Visit Pena Palace, one of the most impressive expressions of 19th-century Romanticism in architecture in the world and one of Portugal’s seven wonders.




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Cabo da Roca is at the far western edge of Continental Europe, where–in the words of Portuguese poet Luís Vaz de Camões–it is “the point where the earth ends and the sea begins.”




Hell’s Mouthboca

One of the most famous places to visit in Cascais is “Boca do Inferno”, a unique rock formation on the edge of the ocean. It is believed this place use to be a cave that over time and by the force of the sea relented and gave rise to the scenario as it is known today. Currently Boca do Inferno is an open cavity, with a sort of arch where it enters the sea water.




At the end of one of the suburban train lines out of the capital lies Cascais. This once tiny fishing village has grown in the last century to become the elegant beach town that it is today.




Estoril is a stylish and fashionable Portuguese beach resort that is situated on the beautiful coastline that extends to the west of Lisbon.



– Car/ Van

– Guide/ Mutlilingual driver

– Insurance, fuel, tolls and water bottles

– Free time for lunch


Does not include:

– Monuments Entry

– Lunch

Personal expanses