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Fortaleza de Sagres

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Fortaleza de Sagres

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Off-Road Sagres Discovery Sunset Tour

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Sometimes there are over 4,000 people in one of the windiest places on the West Coast...<br><br>That´s not that kind of sunset we present ... we want to provide much better.<br><br>The place where we choose to make our sunset is unique !!<br><br>The cliffs are double the height of Cape St..Vicente ...Most of the time, it’s only us with our customers that are there!!
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Jackson9305 wrote a review Nov 2020
Switzerland1,172 contributions134 helpful votes
The entire area south of the town of Sagres is a terrific place to walk around, and, especially on the western side, to watch the waves crash on the cliffs. There are loads of free parking spaces on the side road leading up to the entrance to the fort, but you will have to walk quite a distance. Pay the (adult) fee of €2.90 to gain entrance to the remains of the fort (on our visit the ticket salesman was very grouchy – ouch!) and spend an hour or so seeing even more cliffs. Don’t miss the blow holes which are surrounded by a round, cement wall. There are free public toilets and a gift shop on the premises, but no coffee shop or restaurant. The walkways are pretty well paved but deceptively long.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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ruibottle wrote a review Oct 2020
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the end of europe is a very powerful place with a lot to see and with a lot of fisherman all around very nice
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Pix15 wrote a review Aug 2020
Shefford, United Kingdom41 contributions34 helpful votes
We went on a weekday late morning. There were a lot of people there but abiding by safety guidelines. The entrance fee is minimal and once you are outside you can roam wherever you want. The area is vast. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes. The views are totally stunning and it is very peaceful. There are a few notice boards scattered around telling you about the bird life and the flora and some about the various batteries. There is a deep cave which you can look down from a raised platform. There is a shop near the entrance which sells good quality products. Please note there is a lot of walking to do when you are here.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Inga R wrote a review Aug 2020
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Unique experience ,amazing view ,is really feeling like at the end of the world.This place makes you to disconnect from reality and just enjoy the view,blue ocean and nature beauty.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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doctorbobster wrote a review Mar 2020
Gainesville, Florida777 contributions348 helpful votes
How can you ignore a fortress that is at the end of a point reaching into the Atlantic/Meditteranean waters? You can't, so go. The problem is there is not much to see in the fortress. The most interesting part is the informative signs that dot the nature walk discussing the local fauna. The views of the coastline are generic, nowhere as impressive as Ponta de Piedade. But, you're there in Sagres and should check it out.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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