15 to 30 January: temporary closure under the current State of Emergency
An eternal legacy.
Isolated on its lofty perch, one of the peaks in the Sintra Hills, the Moorish Castle is a fortification founded in the 10th century during the period the Moors occupied the Iberian Peninsula.
Its famous walls snake across the hills with their granite blocks interlinking boulders and cliffs.
Its parapet walk provides stunningly unique views out over the town, the Palace of Pena and, further in the distance, the greens of these hills contrast with the blues of the Atlantic Ocean.
LAST TICKET AND LAST ADMISSION 18H00