Adega Regional de Colares
Palácio & Parque de Monserrate
At the centre of a lush, 30-hectare park, a manicured lawn sweeps up to this whimsical, Moorish-Gothic-Indian palácio , the 19th-century...
Convento dos Capuchos
Hidden in the woods is this bewitchingly hobbit-hole-like convent, which was originally built in 1560 to house friars who lived in...
Offers a variety of outdoor excursions, including canoeing, rafting, mountain-biking and jeep tours. Call ahead for times and prices.
Fonte da Pipa
A tiled bar, this has craggy, cave-like rooms and comfy seats. A Sintra mainstay.
This legendary seafood restaurant sits on the edge of a small beach below Almoçageme. No fancy techniques or overdressed dining room...
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Adega Regional de Colares information
The Malvasia (white) and Ramsco (red) vines grown today in Colares are the only ones in Europe to have survived the 19th-century phylloxera plague, saved by their deep roots and sandy soil. To taste or purchase some of the venerable wines, visit Adega Regional de Colares, which also offers tours with the winemaker if arranged in advance.