Cabo da Roca, just 30 minute outside of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is the most western point of continental Europe.
Besides being incredible beautiful is also amazing to be in the most western point of Europe, or the Eurasia part of the globe!
With this incredible ocean view and with cliffs that have 140 meters and that are absolute breath-taking , this is definitely a must do while in Portugal [or even to add to your travel bucket list]: check the most western point of Europe!!
And now you are probably wondering how to get there? Well, it’s pretty easy but first you need to get to Sintra (a fairytale like little village outside Lisbon – you can check my favorite snaps of Sintra here). After arriving in Sintra you have to catch a bus (403) in direction to Cascais that stops in Cabo da Roca! Pretty simple right? The bus costs something like 4 to 5 € but it’s worth it!
If you are driving it’s much easier, you just put the coordinates in GPS and you’ll get there (with no mistakes!). The coordinates are: 38°46′51″N 9°30′2″W.
The best part of the trip: the views are also beautiful!
It’s very worth it the quick detour just to be able to check this amazing work of nature: Cabo da Roca, the most western point of Europe!
PS: I’m also sharing a great pano of Cabo da Roca here just to show to gorgeous it is and how much you need to see this!