• Sagres

    In the extreme western Algarve área we find Sagres. This region was very important to Portugal’s history, mainly throughout the XIV-XV century. Cape Sagres provided shelter to the Portuguese navy that intended to sail into the Atlantic and is still a breathtaking sight for those who dare to walk near the sharp cliffs stormed on the west side by the mighty Atlantic ocean and touched by the ever so still waters that became a common view in all of the southern shore line.


    In the extreme southwest of Algarve and of Portugal we find Sagres. Accessible through the Algarve shore or through the Alentejo shore line.


    • EN125, or EN120-EN268.
    • Aeroport at around 117km
    • 37km from Lagos Train station
    • Bus