Castelo dos Mouros
Castle built in the 12th century, suffering after several modifications, above all in the reign of Dom Fernando II. It is from this period that possibly date his current appearance. The primitive Moorish Castle subsist the cistern, the line of battlements and square towers which reinforce the wall. Within the grounds there is a Romanesque chapel in ruins.
Cimo da Serra
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- Easy external parking
- Castles & Fortresses
- Visitable (no guide), Shop, Visitable (with a guide)
- monday: 09:30-20:00
- tuesday: 09:30-20:00
- wednesday: 09:30-20:00
- thursday: 09:30-20:00
- friday: 09:30-20:00
- saturday: 09:30-20:00
- sunday: 09:30-20:00
- holiday: 09:30-20:00
- monday: 09:30-18:30
- tuesday: 09:30-18:30
- wednesday: 09:30-18:30
- thursday: 09:30-18:30
- friday: 09:30-18:30
- saturday: 09:30-18:30
- sunday: 09:30-18:30
Monuments near Castelo dos Mouros
Busto de Carlos França
Bronze bust of Charles France (great man of science).
Escultura de Homenagem a Dário Joaquim
Sculpture tribute to Darius Joaquim, inaugurated in 6\/26\/96.
Busto de José Alfredo da Costa Azevedo
Bronze bust of José Alfredo da Costa Azevedo, offered by Câmara Municipal de Sintra in 1997.
Convento da Trindade
This convent was built in the 14th century, at the behest of King Dom João i. Features Mannerist influences and, inside, the cells of the friars, the kitchen a…
Miradouro da Condessa de Seisal
Small stone landmark with two meters, where is inscribed the name of the Countess of Belvedere Seisal.