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Cape St. Vincent

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83 reviews of Cape St. Vincent

End of a Continent

Cape St. Vincent is a necessary must-stop during your trip through Southern Portugal and the Algarve. The closet town is Sagres (also home to Portugal's most delicious beer, "Sagres"), and you'll probably want to take a car even though there is a bus. Trouble with the bus is that it has set running times which aren't always the most convenient. Anyways, Cape St. Vincent is impressive for one reason: the views. The cliffs are absolutely massive and jut out into the ocean like knives. You can explore the paths curving off the main road at your leisure and encounter all kinds of great view points. As usual, I suggest loading up on some local cheese, chorizo, fruit, and fresh bread at a grocery in Sagres and have your lunch on the edge of the Earth.

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Sagres Cape

In the Protected Countryside on the Vincentian Coast at the southwestern tip of Portugal, the intensity of the ocean and the towering cliffs command your attention. The stunning Cabo de Sagres, and the legendary 'Punta Sacred' sinks with great drama into the Atlantic Ocean, and beyond that it's just endless sea. The cape is craigy and rocky, yet you can't help but be drawn to it. The wind blows constantly this rocky headland, protected by an austere fortress and illuminated by a light squat. The towering cliffs, the sound of the waves and color unheard sea, catch and hypnotize. Do not know why,

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