top of page

Luoghi che puoi visitare con le nostre E-Car e E-Bike

Captura de ecrã 2022-10-07, às 01.44_edited.jpg


Palazzo Regaleira

Palazzo  di  Seteais

Palazzo di  Monserra

Azenhas do Mar

Praia das Maças

Cabo da Roca

Convento dei Cappuccini

Castello moresco

Palazzo Pena

di Sintra  Palazzo Nazionale

Regaleira Palace
Azenhas do Mar
Praia das Maçãs
Palace of Seteais
Sintra National
Jardins e Palácio de Monserrate
Cabo da Roca


Our shop is right across the street from the Sintra Train Station.

Adress: Avenida Dr. Miguel Bombarda nº37

Regaleira Palace

A Wonderful Estate built around the Freemasonry order between 1898 and 1912. It is known because of its Portuguese Neomanuelino style of architecture. It is a place to be amazed due to its magnificent gardens with lakes, tunnels and a waterfall. 

In here it is possible to find numerous references to classical writers like Dante and Camões. 

Palace of Seteais

The Seteais Palace was built during the XVIII century. Today it is a part of the Tivoli Hotels Chain. It has a great view point to the Pena Palace in sunny days!

Palace of Monserrate

It is a mongol palace very important to the British culture because numerous famous writers, like Lord Byron and William Beckford, found inspiration here to write some of their masterpieces.

When visiting this monument you get access to  the park of Monserrate that has plants from all around the world.

This palace is a calm and peaceful place where you can take a stroll through nature and relax.

Azenhas do Mar

An old Fisherman's town famous for its sea water mills. Built throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Nowadays it is mostly inhabited by Portuguese public figures.

In this place it is possible to find a natural swimming pool.

Praia das Maçãs

It was the first Portuguese beach that was used to go bathing in the early 20th century by influential families.

The name Maçãs (which means Apples) arises due to a river that ends by this beach and used to pass by numerous apple trees on its way. These apples would fall in the water and follow the river’s path until the beach, where people would find them.

Cabo da Roca

Considered to be, up until the 15th century, the most Western point in the world, or in other words, the place where the earth ended. Locals believed that if they went from this point forward they would fall in an abyss and die.

It is here where we can find an excerpt of the III chant of Os Lusíadas, the most influential masterpiece written by Camões, a notorious portuguese writer.

Capuchos' Convent

It was a convent for friars from the Order of Friar Minor Capuchins built only with materials from Sintra. A place of worship where many go to meditate and be in touch with nature. It is deeply immersed in the magnificent Serra de Sintra.

Moorish Castle

The oldest monument in all of Sintra, it is located at the top of the hill and has majestic views. In its proximities we can find the oldest church of Sintra that was reconstructed and tells the history of Sintra chronologically. The walls were built using an ancient technique.

Pena Palace

Pena Palace is one of the most beautiful and emblematic palaces in Portugal. It was reborn from a convent of the order of St. Jerónimo and has several architectural styles due to the creativity of its builder D. Fernando II.

Surrounding this palace visitors will find a park with huge gardens and a breathtaking view of the hills of Sintra.

Sintra's National Palace

With around 10 centuries of history, it was build throughout the centuries having been improved several times in numerous reigns. Its silhouette remained the same ever since the XVI century. It is famous for its chimneys with 33 metres of hight, its rich collection of tiles and extraordinary ceilings.

Please reload

bottom of page