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Sights of Sagres, Portugal

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Sagres, Portugal —often thought of as the end of the world (stemming from the Roman empire belief that it was in fact the most southern part of the world), is a tranquil town with beautiful beaches and landscapes. Try your hand at surfing. Rest on the beach. Or explore the area by boat — any way you see it, you're sure to love it.
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Sito do Tonel, 8650-376 Sagres, Portugal
Allow your surfing dreams to come true with a stop at WaveSensations in Sagres. The company offers classes and surf camp for beginner, intermediate, and advanced surfers. With great waves, a relaxed environment, and amazing views — what more could...
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8650 Sagres, Portugal
Sagres, the Southern most tip of Europe, also fondly known as the end of earth is a lovely rather quiet spot, away from the busier areas around the Algarve coast. I loved this time of day, when it became so peaceful and calm. The perfect spot to...
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Fortaleza de Sagres, 8650-360 Sagres, Portugal
Dubbed by old tales as "The place where land ends and the sea begins", Sagres is europe's most western village (with Lisbon being the most western city). A strategic intersection between the trading routes between the Mediterranean and the...
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R. Infante Dom Henrique, 8650 Raposeira, Portugal
If you're looking for seafood in Sagres, Restaurant aSagres is the place to be. A warm fireplace indoors and the beautiful sea outdoors makes this an ideal setting for dinner in Sagres. Favorite dishes include Clams, Dourada, Octopus Soup and of...
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Porto da Baleeira, 8650-000 Sagres, Portugal
It's hard to resist the ocean while in the beautiful coast town of Sagres, and one of the best ways to experience it is, well, on the water! Take a tour with Cape Cruiser and try fishing or snorkel/scuba dive with their crew! If "doing" isn't so...
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See our full list of Where to Go in 2015. November is a great time to visit the falls. When the water is not at its peak, you can travel to Livingstone Island. The island offers epic views that you won't get from anywhere else along this UNESCO...