Roca Cape

Roca Cape is the westernmost point of mainland Europe, in Sintra, Portugal, with stunning ocean views. The area has a functional 18th-century lighthouse and hiking trails. It's close to the protected Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, known for its biodiversity. The region is known for its beautiful beaches, such as Adraga and Praia Grande, which are popular with surfers. It is also fantastic for exploring the charming towns of Cascais and Estoril, which offer a relaxed seaside atmosphere with their beaches and lively nightlife. Gastronomy also has to be taken into account, with a wide variety of traditional Portuguese dishes, such as the famous cod and delicious local pastries. If you are looking for a unique experience that combines history, exuberant nature, and stunning views of the ocean, be sure to visit and explore the entire Sintra region. A must-visit destination for history, nature, and ocean views.