Cinco Bed & Breakfast

Address: Largo da Caracota 5, Sintra, Estremadura, 2710-547, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Largo da Caracota 5, Sintra, is near Cabo da Roca, Moors' Castle (Castelo dos Mouros), Pena Park, and Guincho Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Sintra

    Why are we going to Sintra???

    A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Oct 13, 2015

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    ... stunning the properties became. We decided to head to the top then work our way down.  We stopped at Palace of Pena first.  We parked the car and then hiked up the mountain 20 minutes.  Perched HIGH on the mountain, we had 360 degree views which were absolutely stunning. The architecture was amazing.  We said we would be hard to find architecture & details in todays age of buildings.  We paid to ...

    Sintra by Train

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jun 24, 2015

    9 photos

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    The wood work and carved Manualine elements both inside and along the outside facade were mesmerizing. Everything let the visitor know this was the home of a very wealthy man. The quinta was a perfect location for hours of photo taking. But the grounds were the real adventures! The owner had a whimsical sense of exploration, secret passages and endless structures with unique views of the mansion. The gardens and pathways were full of caves with low dark ...

    Coolest Palace for Kids!

    A travel blog entry by familymojo on May 10, 2015

    4 comments, 42 photos

    ... the palace, but that he was allowed to cycle through all the rest of the grounds (which was by far the most fun part of the place). She also informed us that the caves were not naturally formed on the grounds, but CREATED by importing rocks from other locations that seemed "cavelike." Wow! This architect was a guy on a mission!

    The architect, Luigi Manini, also seemed to love filling ...

    Week eighteen. Spain - Portugal

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Apr 12, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the ramparts were spectacular, and even better when you climbed the ramparts to the highest point and had a near 360 degree panoramic view. It was great because you were literally on the highest point for miles and miles, no hills, mountains, or anything was higher than we were now. Wait a minute, where did that come from, over my left shoulder up on a hill even higher than we were now was a great big fairy tale castle, Woah! bugger this castle, I want to go to that one. ...

    Gardens and Palaces and Castles...Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by andrew_mac on Aug 10, 2014

    74 photos

    ... did make it to the top....fear of heights wins again!

    After meeting back up with our tour group, the last stop was Cabo da Roca, which is significant as it's the westernmost point of mainland Europe. I think the easternmost point is in Turkey, not sure I'll get there one day but I'll put it on my list. This area was really beautiful, with a lighthouse and some gorgeous cliffs jutting out into the ocean.

    Our tour guide, ...