Slightly outside Lisbon we find several King’s and Queen’s scenarios beginning in Sintra where we can visit either the Quinta da Regaleira, the Moorish Castle or the Pena Palace.
We make a stop in a traditional village called Negrais to lunch in a typical portuguese restaurant that serves a very famous and traditional dish named Roast Suckling Pig.
After lunch we head to Cabo da Roca most known for being the most western point of continental Europe. Luís de Camões described this place as "Where the earth ends and the Sea begins" in The Lusiadas (canto III).
Then we will pass by Guincho towards Cascais with stop at Boca do Inferno. This place has this name due to its morphology and also because of the tremendous and frightening impact that the waves have there
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- Sintra1st Stop
For a long time a royal shrine, its wooded grounds are studded with steadings and palaces.
- Lunch in Negrais2nd Stop
Lunch in a traditional village close to Sintra called Negrais.
- Cabo da Roca3rd Stop
Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point of mainland Portugal, as well as continental Europe.
- Cascais4th Stop
In the nineteenth century the portuguese royal family used to spend their summer in Cascais.