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Visited the attraction as part of a tour itinerary - the view is breathtaking! The horizon is nicely blended - just like how a water colour masterpiece will look. The winds are rather strong, so bring along a sweater.
The fact that this rugged tip is the furthest western point where the Atlantic meets the European mainland, would on its own be worth the visit. However, the simply stunning scenery makes this unmissable. The sparseness of the place, combined with the invariable strong winds...More
This place about 2 hours drive from Lisbon is considered to be western most point of Europe from where one can straight reach USA if swimming in the ocean. There is a light house there and the place is at a height. The mighty Atlantic...More
Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point in Europe and is well worth the trip from wherever you are on the Iberian peninsula. Windy, craggy, magnificent views of of the crashing surf; we could have spent hours here. Sadly, we were on an otherwise fabulous...More
If you have the time, you should not miss this place. How can you go to Portugal, being so close to the Most Western Point of Europe and NOT visit there? You will kick yourself if you miss it. It is one of the most...More
This is the western most point in Continental Europe a sister site to Cape Spear in Newfoundland Canada which it the eastern most point in North America. Nice viewpoint and a small cafeteria for ice cream. Make sure you hike a bit. Small parking lot...More
A short service bus journey from Sintra, Cabo da Roca holds the distinction of being the most Westerly point of mainland Europe (Iceland trumps it) something which brings flocks of tourists.
Truth be told, while the view from the cliffs and the lighthouse are very...More