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If you are in Sesimbra then its worth a visit to the Sanctuary of Cape Espichel. You get amazing views of the cliffs but the sanctuary and old church is great to wander around. The roads can be a bit rough getting here but worth...More
Cabo Espichel is a really beautiful place with massive cliffs in the atlantic Ocean on the rugged Portuguese coast. You can also enjoy the Santuario de Nossa Senhora, the lighthouse (Farol do Cabo Espichel), the small the Chapel of Ermida da Memória, the Pedra da...More
Featuring stunning views of the ocean, the beaches, and across the bay to Lisbon, this is well worth the 10 minute drive from downtown Sesimbra, especially on a warm, sunny day. With some centuries-old buildings, including a small church, there is more to wander around...More
We did a couple of hikes there. We parked at the main parking lot with the church and walked over to the lighthouse. We covered around 5 plus km. The panoramic views offered were spectacular.
Then we drove to the Pieds de dinosaurs and walked...More
Fantastic place! Calm and beautiful. Although it's difficult to get there without a car (but you can!) it's worth every minute of your time. Be ready to wander around and enjoy evry step you take. A must-see in Setubal!
Such a great way to spend the afternoon. The views are incredible and a great compliment to the Santuario de Nossa Senhora do Cabo Espichel. After checking everything out, there is a great little cafe to stop for a light snack and cool drink. Well...More
so go and wander around the old abandoned lighthouse, peer in through the fence at the new lighthouse and take in the convent and chapel as you choose. While the last bit of road is dirt and only marginally maintained, it is very driveable if...More