Xántara today known as Sintra is a magical place located near Lisboa, Portugal. It was described by the legendary geographer Al-Bakri during the 11th century and for that reason the work is dedicated to acclaimed Portuguese Arabic scholar Adalberto Alves who has been inspiring me with is research for many years. Surrounded by green mountains, Xantára’s most notorious monuments include the Moorish Castle, Palácio da Vila, Convento dos Capuchinhos, Monserrat, Seteais, and Palácio da Pena. Usually immersed by a mysterious fog that carries with it the smell of the nearby sea it is often referred to as historical mystical location. The work depicts Xántara’s splendorous natural surroundings while having as inspiration its mysterious atmosphere.