Nestled at the foothills of Portugal's Sintra Mountains, the town of Sintra is known for its pine-covered hills, lush beaches, and beautiful pastel palaces. If you're looking to see it from a more local perspective, take the road less traveled to explore some of the hidden gems on Portugal's Atlantic Coast. And I can't think of a better way to do so than in open-air Jeeps with some awesome local tour guides.
Here's a look at our day trip Jeepin' down Portugal's Atlantic coast.why Sintra?
If you haven't heard of Sintra before, it's a charming town and UNESCO World Heritage Center just outside of Lisbon, Portugal's capital. Many people visit Sintra for the historical sights like the National Palace, Moorish Castle, and medieval Pena Palace, but there's more to the town than landmarks. Beyond palaces and scenic viewpoints, Sintra is known for its stunning coastline and beautiful beaches known for being some of the best surfing spots in the world.Getting to Sintra
The closest airport...