3. From Lisbon: Sintra and Secret Villages Private Luxury Tour
IIn a quiet environment a few minutes from the capital, we have for you a great selection of the best villages near Lisbon to visit. The fact that they are villages that continue to have unusual life habits for a locality near Lisbon. Historical, typical and charming by the sea, in the different areas like Sintra Natural Park and the Roca Cape. Discover the Secret villages around Lisbon.Travel in a comfortable way with an Experienced Local Guide in a luxury vehicle. Explore the typical Portuguese villages: - The village of Mata Pequena. - The Village of José Franco - Penedo Village - Azenhas do Mar - Roca Cape - Sintra Historic Centre - Cascais Historic Centre Visit the Charming " Azenhas do Mar " Village Its entanglement of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses clings to the cliff overlooking the Atlantic. Discover a typical village from Lisbon’s “saloio” region. The Village of José Franco. It is made entirely of clay and has been built in a natural size, being the work of the Portuguese sculptor José Franco. Get to Know Aldeia do Penedo. Still conserves some of the old houses and buildings, being therefore able to keep its image of a typical small village. Among the green hills and valleys of the agricultural region northwest of Lisboa, known as 'Saloia', Village of Mata Pequena is a small rural village with a dozen houses, where people still lives peacefully in close contact with nature, breathing clean air and living with authenticity. Enjoy the most beautiful landscapes and visit the westernmost point of Europe, Roca Cape. Take a walk through the streets of the historic center of Sintra. In the 19th century Sintra became the first centre of European Romantic architecture. Get to know Cascais Village. The premier holiday destination of the Lisbon coastline. This is a traditional and charming Portuguese fishing town. Here, you will find astonishing landscapes, such as dramatic cliffs by the ocean and long beaches. Travel with us. Enjoy the unique viewpoints and the traditional villages of Portugal.