The car park makes this monument very accessible, even for my daughter on crutches! Stunning views of the coastline.
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Just a fantastic place. Akin to another planet or another world. Wonderful views, despite the fog, unforgettable experience. Features - very strong wind and not very warm weather.
We were pretty lucky to have such a beautiful day and was able to see this amazing horizon which usually full of humidity and frequent fogs. The 165m tall Lighthouse from 1772 is fascinating. This is what Camoes called the point where the Earth Ends...More
We had a day trip by car to Sintra and also chose to visit Cabo da Roca! It is a short stop but we liked it because the view is very nice. It is the most western point of continental Europe, so it is nice...More
I went there by car, the countryside on the road is quite nice, the park was free and there were many tourists. Once you arrive on the cliff, what you see is breathtaking.
The most western point of Europe has beautiful view and dramatic end of the land. Wind and ocean and sun created wonderful landscape which makes you feel the end of Earth and the oportunity for new beginning. I am sure that the Portuguese seamen felt...More
It was a very nice place to visit. We came from Cascais by bus (1euro), the ride revealed nice scenery and it was not busy at all. Once we got there, we had to brace ourselves because the wind was so so strong! We walked...More
This is a geographically special place but otherwise it is just a very windswept cape with a lighthouse. It was party of a Sintra/Caiscais tour so I was happy enough to see it (and the weather was decent). It was NOT wow at all...
Decided to stop here on way to Cascais. Fairly easy drive and plenty of parking. Busy (as expected) with a number of tourist coaches stopping here. Spent about 20 minutes here walking along the paths and taking the necessary photo by the monument. It is...More
It was a beautiful view. But other than knowing we were at the westernmost point of continental Europe, there wasn't much special here. We drove 30 minutes to get here and stayed for 10 minutes at most; enough time to take a picture and say...More