Yes, another Portugal post. Yes, I know you never get tired of them. We’ve been to Portugal so much recently that it might feel a bit repetitive to see all these posts on the blog. But, you know what? It’s our blog and it’s about what we do. So there!
I dunno. It’s fine. All is fine. Right? Right! So, we went back to the chin of Portugal aka Sagres when my sister and brother-in-law – Heidi and Ben, respectively – came to visit earlier this year.
As we’ve posted about it a few times, I’m going to skip most of the narrative and just share some pictures. Cool with you? You can check out all of our other southern Portugal posts right here as well. Yay!
Had to stop for food, first and foremost, so we hit up the lovely A Sagres in town, as we usually do when we’re here. Be sure to try their seafood rice!
We naturally had to walk around the beautiful cliffsides as well, even if the weather wasn’t the best. This is where the old fort is located, too, and it makes for a nice visit if you’ve got some extra time on your hands.
There are beaches all along the coast here, so you can and should always feel free to pop down to some of them.
This is a huge area for surfing, and folks come from all over the world to crush waves. It’s easy to see where people are surfing or where the best waves are by watching out for lots of cars parked above a random beach (during low season, anyway).
Lastly, we swung up to Cabo de São Vicente, where the main lighthouse is here. It was closed when we visited, but we were still able to walk around and enjoy some additional, stunning views.
And, that’s it! Check out all of our Portugal posts right here, and stay tuned for more.
A very special and very big thanks to all the fine folks in Sagres and the Algarve, and to Heidi and Ben for coming to visit!
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