Sintra is present in the Greater Lisbon area of Portugal and is nothing less than a fairytale. A popular tourist destination of the country with its picturesque views, alluring mountains, lush green thick forests, and majestic palaces. The Sintra Villa is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city is dotted with pastel colored mansions in the hilltops that lead down to the deep blue Atlantic. Two of the most iconic landmarks of Sintra include the middle age Moorish castle, the Roman styled Pena National Palace and the Portuguese Renaissance Sintra National Palace. Sintra is one of the most expensive and wealthiest regions in Portugal and the Iberian peninsula. One can find some of the most exquisite villas of foreign expats here in the world. The earliest human traces date back to the early Paleolithic ages. The Moorish castles are from the Neolithic ages. The Portuguese castles are from the 18th century with lush green gardens from that time. Cabo Da Roca is a natural viewpoint of the coast and the hilltop villas and Quint de Regaleia is a spectacular castle with hosting facilities.