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Sintra and Cascais From Lisbon 7 Hour Electric Bike Tour

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  • 7 hr

This tour is the best way to visit Sintra away from the crowds. You cycle through the mountains and discover some of the region’s secrets. The tour starts at the Rossio station, where we board the train to Sintra (UNESCO). First, we visit the town and stop next to the huge white chimneys of the Sintra National Palace, to taste the famous Sintra cheesecake. Then, we cycle pleasantly by the Regaleira Palace, the Seteais Palace and the Monserrate Palace. Lunch is in an unforgettable place for its uniqueness and price-quality ratio. Next, we have the option to travel to the magical Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of continental Europe. The view gets even more breathtaking when we reach the sanctuary of Peninha, from where we continue to the wild Guincho beach, where we have a break. Finally, we proceed to Cascais, a former fishing village, now an elegant Portuguese resort town, and ride along its magnificent bay on the dedicated bike path. The return to Lisbon is by train.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Rossio Train Station

The tour begins with a briefing on how the bikes work, at Martim Moniz Square in central Lisbon. You’ll then head to Rossio station to catch the train for Sintra. During the train trip, you’ll have time to let your guide know if you’d like to visit some of the palaces along the way or if you just want to cycle.

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When you arrive in Sintra, you can visit the National Palace if you like. Most of your cycling tour takes place within the natural park of Sintra-Cascais.

Pass By: Quinta da Regaleira

You’ll have the option of visiting Quinta da Regaleira, built between 1904 and 1910, and a place renowned for its symbolism, magic, and mystery.

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Shortly after you’ll pass by Seteais, a former 18th-century palace that is now a 5-star hotel.  

Pass By: Palacio de Monserrate

Continue your trip along roads flanked by majestic groves until you reach the entrance of Monserrate Park and Palace, one of the most beautiful creations in the Portuguese Romanticism style.

Pass By: Colares

Arrive at Colares, a place that’s well known for its vineyards.

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Continue on to Penedo village, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views from the atrium of the church, before cycling on to Urgueira village. Take a break for lunch in Azóia village, where you’ll find a great variety of restaurants.

Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Santuario da Peninha

With renewed energy, continue your tour through an ancient forest and make your way up to the Peninha Sanctuary, located at 488 meters above sea level.

Pass By: Park and National Palace of Pena

From here, you’ll have a panoramic view of the Espichel Cape and Arrábida, to the south, Carvoeiro Cape and the Berlengas, to the north, and the entire Sintra mountain to the north-east. Returning to the center of Sintra, you’ll cycle downhill and have one last look at Pena Palace, an important monument of the Portuguese Romanticism movement. You’ll be traveling with an informative and helpful guide, as passionate about beloved Sintra as about cycling. 

Pass By: Guincho Beach

Alternatively, go down to Guincho wild beach – with its never-ending dunes and typical winds that are so treasured by windsurfing lovers – until you reach the bicycle path to Cascais.

Pass By: Cascais

Return to Lisbon through the beautiful town of Cascais by train where you will have one of the most amazing views over the Portuguese coast.