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We visited Cape Saint Vincent after a visit to Budens. The scenery is amazing, it is fantastic to see nature at its best with waves crashing against the rocks. It is very windy so it is advisable to take a sweatshirt or jacket even in...More
Since I had previously been to the eastern most point on the continental United States, going to the western most point on continental Europe was a bucket list item for me. What a fun evening! Visited the fortress in Sagres first, then headed out to...More
Cabo de São Vicente (the Cape of Saint Vincent) is the most southwesterly extremity of Europe. This wind blasted and storm pounded headland is just what visitors expect, for what was considered, up until the 14th century, the end of the known world. The jagged...More
After visiting the Fort on the Southern tip we drove round here to visit the Western tip. Parking is free and easy.
The lighthouse itself is only open at certain times but the view from the cliffs around is almost as good.
Unforntunaly you are...More
Took us 1.5 hours to get there from Vilamoura, especially as the last stretch of road is a single lane one. But it was quite worth it. The scenery is superb, especially when you see the ocean on both sides. When you reach there, it...More
Give yourself lots of time here to explore the cape and take in the beautiful scenery. There is usually a little market taking place so have a look at the little stalls. Bring a hoodie or jacket as it can be quite windy.
A friend whose family had just preceded ours to the Algarve mentioned that we might want to visit Calbo de Sao Vincente as it is the most south western point in continental Europe and people used to believe that it was the end of the...More
The bus stops right at the end next to the building where the lighthouse is located, along with the cafe and gift shop. It then parked up less than 100 meters from it. So you shouldn't be that far away at all. The... More
The bus stops right at the end next to the building where the lighthouse is located, along with the cafe and gift shop. It then parked up less than 100 meters from it. So you shouldn't be that far away at all. The stalls with clothes and souvenirs are further away back down the road.