Why stay at the Pestana Sintra?
The Pestana Sintra is a 4-star hotel located in Quinta da Beloura in Sintra, a luxurious area with an 18-hole golf course. It is only 10 minutes by car from the small town of Sintra – a UNESCO world heritage site and 8 minutes by car from the Estoril Autodrome. The hotel offers a Spa with sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, indoor swimming pool and Turkish bath.
Where is Pestana Sintra Golf Resort&Spa?
In a superb setting bordering the Rocky Roquemore designed course is the recently opened modern 4 star Pestana Sintra Golf Resort & Spa Hotel. Its modern architecture with a dab of Moorish influence (which you’ll also find in many historic buildings in nearby Sintra) is distinctive, while the hotel makes the most of its privileged location.
What makes Sintra so special?
Its modern architecture with a dab of Moorish influence (which you’ll also find in many historic buildings in nearby Sintra) is distinctive, while the hotel makes the most of its privileged location.
What to do in Sintra?
Check Facilities in Hotel in Sintra! If the tranquillity that surrounds you is too quiet for your taste, there are various experiences and services. There are tours, museums, places of historical and sports interest, hiking tracks, and you can even experiment with horse riding, up to a radius of 15 km.
Why is Sintra so popular with tourists?
While the natural beauty of the landscape around the town is definitely impressive, the main draw for tourists is usually its history. That’s because Sintra is home to an enticing collection of castles, palaces, and villas, some of which even have a royal connection.
How do I get to Sintra?
There are several that run routes throughout Sintra and its hills, so you’ll likely use several different ones throughout the day. Two routes worth knowing are the 435 from the station into the town center and the 434 bus that runs from the Sintra National Palace up to Pena Palace.
What to do in Sintra Portugal?
Once home to the Portuguese Royal Family, Sintra National Palace is pretty easy to visit once you’re already in the area. Perched next door to the Natural History Museum of Sintra, within the town itself, it has the most ornate rooms to explore. Inside, you can’t miss spots like the; Magpies’ Room, Swan Room, the Arab Room and the Palace Chapel.
How hard is it to Park in Sintra?
Parking can be tricky in Sintra but not impossible. Wed recommend going as soon as it opens. This way, you avoid the vast majority of the crowds and almost have the place to yourself. After around 10am, the tour buses will start to arrive and it fills up pretty fast.