Southwest Portugal

I spent five days hiking the Fishermen’s Trail, a 180km (110 miles) track that follows Portugal’s southwestern Atlantic coastline from Porto Covo to Cape St. Vincent, the end of the known world in the 15th century, before Europeans began their maritime expansion. Along the way, the trail goes by some of Portugal’s most stunning coastal towns, including Vila Nova de Milfontes, Almograve, Zambujeira do Mar, Odeceixe, Aljezur, Carrapateira and Sagres.
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The lighthouse at Cape St. Vincent, Sagres, Portugal (composite image, 16mm, 1/320s & 1/1250s, f16, ISO 200)

The lighthouse at Cape St. Vincent, Sagres, Portugal (composite image, 16mm, 1/320s & 1/1250s, f16, ISO 200)

Near Odeceixe, Portugal (2-picture panorama, 16mm, 1/420s, f7.1, ISO 200)

Near Odeceixe, Portugal (2-picture panorama, 16mm, 1/420s, f7.1, ISO 200)

A pair of agave trees tilted by years of wind, Sagres, Portugal (16mm, 1/400s, f7.1, ISO 200)

A pair of agave trees tilted by years of wind, Sagres, Portugal (16mm, 1/400s, f7.1, ISO 200)

Pedralva village, Portugal (16mm, 1/350s, f16, ISO 200)

Pedralva village, Portugal (16mm, 1/350s, f16, ISO 200)

Beach access near Zambujeira do Mar, Portugal (18mm, 1/400s, f9, ISO 200)

Beach access near Zambujeira do Mar, Portugal (18mm, 1/400s, f9, ISO 200)

Watery trail, Almograve, Portugal (16mm, 1/240s, f5.6, ISO 200)

Watery trail, Almograve, Portugal (16mm, 1/240s, f5.6, ISO 200)

Cows near Odeceixe, Portugal (16mm, 1/420s, f6.4, ISO 200)

Cows near Odeceixe, Portugal (16mm, 1/420s, f6.4, ISO 200)

Ruins near Aljezur, Portugal (composite image, 16mm, 1/105s & 1/120s, f16, ISO 200)

Ruins near Aljezur, Portugal (composite image, 16mm, 1/105s & 1/120s, f16, ISO 200)

Trail markings near Vila do Bispo (16mm, 1/14400s, f2.2, ISO 200)

Trail markings near Vila do Bispo (16mm, 1/14400s, f2.2, ISO 200)

Trail markings near Rogil, Portugal (16mm, 1/12800s, f1.4, ISO 200)

Trail markings near Rogil, Portugal (16mm, 1/12800s, f1.4, ISO 200)

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