Colares, sintra

colares, sintra

What is the difference between Sintra and Colares?

During administrative reforms, on 24 October 1855, the municipality of Colares was extinguished and the territory integrated into the municipality of Sintra, as a civil parish. Grapevines are grown directly upon the sand in the Colares DOC, which covers 50 acres of remaining vineyards.

Where is Colares located?

About 40 kilometers west of Lisbon, in plain sight from the heights of Sintra, lies the village of Colares. The borough (freguesia) with the same name spans a handful of villages in the area, including the most western village on the European mainland.

What is Sintra-Colares-Ulgueira?

Sintra -Colares- Ulgueira – House for Reconstruction with project Approved, and views of Sea and Mountains. To be sold as it is, without... In an exceptional location, between the Monserrate Palace and the Seteais Palace, overlooking the sea, overlooking the charming village o...

How big is the plot in Sintra?

The plot has a total of 1040 square meters and it is located in Colares. This area has great acesses to the center of Sintra, it is whithin 16 kilometres of Cascais, 40 kilometres of Lisbon and whithin five kilom Contemporary villa in Azenhas do Mar, with fantastic sea view.

How to get from Colares to Sintra by bus?

The bus journey time between Colares and Sintra is around 17 min and covers a distance of around 8 km. Operated by Scott URB, the Colares to Sintra bus service departs from Avenida Bomb.Vol.-Corr. and arrives in Portela Rotunda. Typically 291 buses run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.

What does Sintra mean?

Sintra (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈsĩtɾɐ]) is a city and municipality in the Greater Lisbon region of Portugal, located on the Portuguese Riviera.

What is the Sintra Collar?

The most famous object from this period is the so-called Sintra Collar, a middle Bronze Age gold neck-ring found near the city at the end of the nineteenth century, which since 1900 has been part of the British Museum s collection.

How many ha is Sintra in Portugal?

3,641 ha. Sintra (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈsĩtɾɐ]) is a city and municipality in the Greater Lisbon region of Portugal, located on the Portuguese Riviera.

What is the difference between Sintra and Colares?

During administrative reforms, on 24 October 1855, the municipality of Colares was extinguished and the territory integrated into the municipality of Sintra, as a civil parish. Grapevines are grown directly upon the sand in the Colares DOC, which covers 50 acres of remaining vineyards.

What is the history of Colares in Portugal?

Even before there was a Portugal, the region of Colares was a place of human movement and settlement.

What is the history of Colares?

By the Roman occupation of the Iberian peninsula, the architecture of Colares was carved by Latin inscriptions, such as one found near the mouth of the Maçãs River: SOLI ET LUNAE CESTIVIUS ACIDIVIS PERENNIS LEG. AVG. PR. PR. PROVINCIAE LUSITANAE . It was conquered and held by Sigurd I of Norway for a few months in 1108 in the Norwegian Crusade .

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