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“Here, where the land ends and the sea begins”

Cabo da Roca is located in the Sintra region and is the westernmost point of continental Europe, located about 40 kilometers west of Lisbon.

The cape is marked by imposing limestone cliffs that rise to a height of approximately 140 meters above sea level. It offers a spectacular landscape, breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and, on clear days, it is possible to see the African coast.

Cabo da Roca is one of the most popular tourist routes for motorcyclists in Portugal, having become a meeting place for the motorcycling community, attracted by its natural beauty and the scenic roads of the Sintra and Cascais region with their impressive views and exhilarating curves leading to the cape.



Cascais and Sintra are two magnificent destinations located in the Lisbon region. Each of them has unique characteristics and offers am exceptional experience to visitors.

Cascais is a charming coastal town known for its beautiful beaches, bustling marina and relaxed atmosphere. Once a fishing village, Cascais has become a renowned tourist destination, preserving its original charm. The historic center is full of picturesque streets, traditional houses, cozy restaurants and elegant shops. Praia da Ribeira, Praia da Conceição and Praia do Guincho are some of the most popular beaches in Cascais, where tourists can enjoy the sun and sea.

Cascais is also famous for its magnificent palaces and mansions. The Cascais Citadel Palace, located next to the marina, is an historic site that currently houses the Citadel Museum.


Just a short distance from Cascais lies Sintra, a stunning city full of magic. Sintra is famous for its historical heritage and its fairytale palaces. The National Palace of Sintra, with its distinctive conical chimneys, is one of the city's icons. Pena Palace, with its extravagant mix of architectural styles and vibrant colors is another must-see tourist spot, offering stunning views of the surrounding region. And from Castelo dos Mouros, a ruined Moorish fortress high on a hill, you can enjoy incredible panoramic views of the region, including Pena Palace and the Atlantic Ocean.

The Serra de Sintra, with its green hills and dense forests, is perfect for walks and hikes in the open air. The Sintra-Cascais Natural Park is also a protected area that offers stunning trails and rich biodiversity.

Both Cascais and Sintra offer a unique combination of natural beauty, cultural heritage and an enchanting atmosphere.


Lagoa de Albufeira is a beautiful and picturesque lagoon located in the region of Sesimbra, Portugal. Situated about 40 kilometers south of Lisbon, this lagoon is a popular destination for both locals and tourists visiting the area.

Lagoa de Albufeira is unique, as it is strategically positioned between the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding hills. This location provides a stunning landscape, combining the serenity of the lagoon water with the cliffs and lush vegetation all around.

The lagoon is fed by an estuary that opens to the sea, creating a direct connection between the lagoon and the ocean. This makes it a perfect place to practice water sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing.

Lagoa de Albufeira is an important stopping place for several species of migratory birds and, therefore, ideal for birdwatching. And for fishing, as well.


On the outskirts of Lagoa de Albufeira you will find the village of Sesimbra. With its whitewashed houses and its picturesque port, Sesimbra is a charming seaside destination. The village is famous for its rich fishing tradition, and the local cuisine boasts plenty of delicious fish and seafood dishes.

Sesimbra also has a rich history and an interesting cultural heritage. Sesimbra Castle dates back to the 9th century and is located on top of a hill, offering panoramic views of the region. The village also has beautiful golden sandy beaches, very popular in the summer months.


Cabo Espichel is located on the Setúbal Peninsula, 40 km southwest of Lisbon and is known for its breathtaking scenery. It is a rocky area, with steep cliffs that rise to around 150 meters above sea level and the panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and coastline are impressive.

One of the main attractions of Cabo Espichel is its lighthouse, built in 1790. It is possible to climb to the top and enjoy a spectacular view of the coastline. Close to the lighthouse is the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora do Cabo Espichel, an important pilgrimage site since the 15th century.

Cabo Espichel is also known for harboring one of the largest areas of dinosaur footprints in Europe and is part of the Tagus Estuary Natural Reserve, being an important refuge for the local flora and fauna. It is a perfect place for bird watching and enjoying untouched nature.

In short, Cabo Espichel is a natural and historic treasure and a destination that enchants and inspires those who have the privilege of visiting it.


There are several reasons to tour the Serra da Arrábida, and if you go by motorcycle it is guaranteed to be a fantastic experience!

Serra da Arrábida is known for its natural beauty and stunning landscapes. This region has panoramic roads that wind through the hills and valleys of the mountain range, with challenging curves and changes in altitude that are the delight of motorcyclists.

Serra da Arrábida is located close to the coast, and some of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal are located along this region, such as Praia dos Galapinhos, voted the best beach in Europe in 2017.

In addition, the region is fertile in tourist highlights such as the Castle of Palmela and the Convent of Arrábida, and the climate is mild during most of the year, which makes it ideal for two wheels lovers.

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