This building is a mixture of Moorish and Manueline architecture, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal.
1st taking west straight to historical center of Sintra, where we have some time to explore the old streets and National Palace of Sintra. UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995.
Then we´ll continue to Pena Palace (visit), the most extravagant palace built on a rock at 500m. altitude dominating the whole coast to Lisbon.
After lunch, next point is Cabo da Roca. Westernmost point on the continental Europe. 140m altitude, it offers a beautiful view of the wild coastline. You can even get a certificate to prove it reading, "where the land ends and the sea begins" (a quote from Camões).
Next we passing a stunning beach, west of Cascais, Praia do Guincho. Praia do Guincho is the most scenic beach of the Lisbon coastline and the kingdom of the dunes and strong ocean wind. This is a paradise for surfers and windsurfers. Stop for Photos.
Next Stop, Boca do Inferno or “Mouth of Hell”. This breathtaking chasm located on a cliffy seashore close to Cascais will attract you with roaring waves crashing vigorously against the rocks.
Finally a visit to Cascais, is a described as a "postcard-perfect little beach town" Cascais once was a quiet fishing village but after European nobility discovered the little village and its idyllic setting, the town became a favorite vacation destination, elegant Lisbon coast resort for international visitors.
Return to Lisbon along the coast, passing by Estoril until Lisbon, admiring the beautiful coast and it’s beaches.