Cabo da Roca, also known as Cape Roca, forms the westernmost point of continental Europe. It is situated approximately 40 km from Lisbon, Portugal. This wild and rugged headland was once considered to be the "end of the world". Exploring this beautiful place gives a sense of achievement.
This area is completely isolated with just a lighthouse and a coffee shop, and the rugged landscape along the massive cliffs only adds to the allure of this location. It is at a location 38°47′N 9°30′W, southwest of Sintra. One can reach this wonderful location either by bus from Sintra or Cascais or can hitchhike from Sintra like the way I did since it is very easy to catch a ride from Sintra as hordes of people visit this place.