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Well worth a visit if you're in the area and not far from Lagos..
Lovely view from clifftop but there is some steep steps down to the water but the view is worth it !
There is also boat trips available at the bottom.
We walked to this view of the water from our apartment. Awesome views and walking trails. You can walk down to the water using a steep staircase. Down at the water we found someone waiting to sell us a boat trip if we wanted it.
The boardwalk along the cliffs at Piety Point near the Lagos lighthouse is very well constructed, easy walking for everyone. The views of the ocean are extraordinary and the surrounding fields are full of wonderful flowers and songbirds. Loved it on a sunny day as...More
The trip to Lagos cannot be complete unless you visit Ponta Da Piedale. We decided to walk a little and then take a taxi but unfortunately it was holiday season and we could not find a taxi so we walked all the way to the...More
We sometimes start our treks from Ponta da Piedad (we are a goup of walkers/hikers) and the only regret is that we do so at times when the sun is already high in the (usually deep blue) sky.
That said, more dedication and persistence can...More
About 30 minute walk from Lagos along a main road but quite pleasant. The views are spectacular and if you can do it on a clear day then all the better. There are toilets, a shop and cafe. A set of steep steps takes you...More
ANOTHER AMAZING seaside in the Algarve. Very rugged and scenic, but to really appreciate it, my suggestion is to walk down ALL the steps to the bottom...
We questioned whether we would bother, but well worth it.
I have only walked it, it would be possible to cycle but I think you would spend a lot of time on the roads instead of then cliffs as it can be very narrow on the rocks and not cyclable in some parts at all. The cycling... More
I have only walked it, it would be possible to cycle but I think you would spend a lot of time on the roads instead of then cliffs as it can be very narrow on the rocks and not cyclable in some parts at all. The cycling though would be lovely anyway as the views are very beautiful anyway. Dottie