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The Peninha convent is a beautiful structure that is almost in ruins, but is has some of the best views you can have around Lisbon. You should go by car, as no public transport will get you even close to this place. By car, it...More
Now that I know about this place, I will bring friends and family who visit here instead of braving the hordes at Pena Palace. For far less stress (and crowds) you can take in the unique ruins and their beautiful colors, enjoy climbing around on...More
Hello travellers, if you have gone to Cabo da Roca this is very near and worth a view. It is a nice place to visit (nothing amazing) but good it has an amazing view Over the bay and Cabo da Roca, its good for hiking,...More
The road to this place is not popular among tourist. Best to be driven by a local as it is a long and winding road. Wonderful sights along as you get deeper. Usually cold so bring a jacket. Ideal for those who wants to recharge...More
We were driving toward Cascais, and considering the beautiful clear weather our guide recommended to make a short detour to this place. We did not visit the tiny convent (not clear if possible, but not the purpose of our visit), but the view was astounding,...More
Capela da Peninha (or Capela de Nossa Senhora da Pena), a church from the XVII-XVIII centuries with an interesting baroque style interior. It was closed when I visited it.
Facing the ocean you can see at your right Cabo da Roca, the most occidental point...More
From here you can best see Cascais from top to the south. To the west you can see Cabo de Roca, the westernmost point in continental Europe. The small church was closed and there is not too much to do except enjoying the view. There...More