Map of Sintra Cascais Nature Park



  Topographic map on the scale 1/25 000, subtitled in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and German, it includes the whole network of paths in the Nature Park, tourist attractions such as monuments, beaches, camping sites, picnic areas, tourist offices, surf spots , climbing, diving and free flight, among others.


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Alcabideche | Almoçageme | Assafora | Cascais | Colares | Estoril | Fontanelas | Magoito | Malveira da Serra | Parede | S.João das Lampas | Sintra | Terrugem


Synthetic Paper printed on waterproof and anti tear

Resistant to frequent handling.

Environmental Certifications

Shipment to:

- Portugal from 1 to 3 working days.

- Europe in 3 to 5 working days.

- Rest of the world for 7 to 10 business days.

16,00 € (VAT included)

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· Cartographic base CIGeoE - Geospatial Information Center of the Army

· Scale: 1/25 000 (1 cm = 250 m)
· Legend and Additional Information in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and German

· Built-in magnetic compass
· Paths, GR(Long Distance Path) and PR(Short Distance Path), includes GR11
· Tourist points of interest with symbols, Beaches, Monuments, Panoramic Views, Picnic Areas, Museums and Tourism Stations)
· Climbing, Surfing, Diving and Free Flying Spots
· Equidistance of contour lines: 10 m

· Bathymetry indicating depth
· Gauss Quadricula with divisions of 1 Km
· WGS84 coordinates (compatible with GPS)
· Representation of the magnetic declination
· Open Dimension: 66cm x 80cm
· Folded Dimension: 15cm x 20cm
· Printing: double-sided with overlapping area
  Synthetic Paper waterproof and anti tear


"The Sintra mountain range is a small massif - the Roman promontory of the Moon - facing the ocean and rising to 528 m at Cruz Alta. Once the domain of forests, the mountain changed its appearance after the introduction of various forest essences. Today, in certain stretches, you can breathe an air of dense forest, contrasting with the coverage of the coastal strip or the limestone platform of São João das Lampas. Plant exoticism reaches its greatest expression in the parks of Pena and Monserrate, shrouded in fog that gives a certain mysticism to the landscape.

With 14,450.84 ha, the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park features cliffs, low cliffs, beaches, dunes and the face of Cabo da Roca, featuring a seafront that impresses with its vigor and where there are even trails of dinosaur footprints ( Grande do Rodízio beach).

In addition to countless examples of erudite construction - the Vila Palace, with its unique chimneys, is the symbol of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park - it also houses, in its rural area, curious manifestations of popular architecture.

The undeniable scenic value associated with this protected area was recognized by UNESCO by including part of the mountains and historic center of Sintra on the World Heritage List with the category of "cultural landscape".