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All reviews nice walk the cliff prince henry the navigator entrance fee information boards flora and fauna small chapel bird life old church amazing views worth a visit walk around local fishermen free parking high cliffs the atlantic ocean cape st vincent
Sitting on the edge of the world you’d expect great views and Sagres delivers. The Fort is massive and reflects Portugal’s naval prowess. The walk from the fort to the lighthouse and back is ~2km. Lots of info posted along the way. It can be...More
Allow at least an hour to walk the inside perimeter of the fortress. We were lucky to see a family of pilot whales on the far eastern shore where a couple local fishermen were casting their rods from high up on the cliffs. Only 3euros...More
Located at the far southwestern edge of Portugal's Algarve coast, Fortaleza de Sagres is a beautiful fort with historic links to how navigation became what and how important it is today.
It covers a large area, offers fantastic views over the Atlantic ocean. Work is...More
The Fortaleza Sagres is located at the southern tip of the Sagres Peninsular and this uniquely designed fort protected the town from raiders from North African. It was from here that Henry the Navigator devised his 15th-century expeditions to the uncharted seas around the western...More
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We had no idea when we landed in Faro that our resort was 2 Hrs away in Sagres so we rented a car which was easy and cheap. When we returned to Faro we took train to Lisbon. I think trying to get to Lagos or Sagres via... More
We had no idea when we landed in Faro that our resort was 2 Hrs away in Sagres so we rented a car which was easy and cheap. When we returned to Faro we took train to Lisbon. I think trying to get to Lagos or Sagres via public transport is either impossible or not worth the effort. Our car for 4-5 days was about $150