Driving to Cape St. Vincent

Lars and I continued west in the south of the Algarve until we couldn’t drive any further: Cape St. Vincent, the most southwestern point of Portugal. Once a naval battlefield, now one of the most touristic places in Portugal.

The surrounding cliffs reach a height of 75 meters and are home to a huge variety of birds and marine life.

There is a lighthouse as well, which is about 24 meters high.

I took a panoramic picture as well:

It was time for lunch again. We found a nearby restaurant, where a taxidermist had had a lot of fun.

The food was nice, but not the highlight of the trip. More about that in a later post.

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