Sintra Mountains

Sintra and Cascais

The Sintra Mountains (also known as Monte da Lua). It is located at the western end of the European continent.

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Sintra, the Monte da Lua, is one of those places full of magic and mystery where nature and man have come together in such a perfect symbiosis that UNESCO has classified it as World Heritage.

The Serra de Sintra and its coastline, which ends at Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point in Europe, have unique characteristics and extraordinary beauty, and are therefore protected by the statute of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park.

In this edition of Estoril Classics, attention will be divided between the peculiar atmosphere of the Serra and the contaminating vibration of the great classics of the Historic Portugal Rally

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How to get there

By car or public transport

By car:

Sintra is about 20 km from Lisbon, by the road IC19, with the possibility of stopping at the Palace of Queluz. As a walk, it is usual to return by the coast, passing by Colares, Almoçageme, Guincho, Cascais and Estoril, continuing by the marginal road until Lisbon.

Where to park:

In the village, the parking on the public highway is paid and is only possible in the duly marked areas.

Public Transport:

In public transport, one of the most convenient ways to travel is by train. From Lisbon, from Rossio station, to Sintra it takes about 40 minutes.


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