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We enjoyed seeing Cabo da Roca. The views were great and there weren't too many people. There were so many people lining up to get a picture with the monument that I asked if we could get a picture without anyone in it. They understood...More
A must-see for those traveling Lisbon and the erea
Its a short visit, for most people 30 minutes will be enough
There is a mailbox where you can send postcards from the end of the world,
But you should bring your own stamps and postcards,...More
One of the most famous point in the world. THe ocean is magnificant but there are also so many tourists. For self driving tourist, it is not so easy to find and to drive there.
Actually, it is not the best place to see the...More
Cape Roca is a cape which forms the westernmost point of the Sintra Mountain Range, of mainland Portugal, of continental Europe, and of the Eurasian land mass. It is 42 kilometers from Lisbon. The scenery from the 100 meter high cliffs is amazing. We watched...More
Cabo da Roca is a sea otter bordering the Atlantic Ocean in Portugal. It is the most southwestern point of the entire Eurasia. The sunset is beautiful and there are buses arrived . Remember to bring water. It is recommended to stay in Sintra or...More
This is the westernmost point of continental Europe. Already its geographical situation is a landmark; complementing it, a breathtaking view over the coast and the Atlantic Ocean. In the tourism office it’s possible to buy a certificate (with your name written in middle age calligraphy)...More