Cabo de San Vicente

March 7, 2011

Cabo de San Vicente (Cape St. Vincent in English) is a headland in the municipality of Sagres, Algarve, southern Portugal.

This cape is the southwesternmost point in Portugal. The cliffs rise nearly vertically from the Atlantic to a height of 75 meters. It is a site of exuberant marine life and a high concentration of birds, which nest on the cliffs.

The Lighthouse in Cape St. Vincent (Wikipedia.org)

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