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Portugal and more Portugal

Tuesday – 03/01/2017 – Cabo da Rica

On the way to Peniche we pass the walled town of Obidos it is one of the most picturesque towns of Portugal. The compact town centre is filled with cobbled streets and traditional painted houses, while the entire town is encircled by the solid city walls. Obidos was traditionally owned by the queen of Portugal and this has ensured that every house or shop has been lovingly cared for and maintained. There is no better example of a traditional Portuguese town than Obidos.

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We then drive down to the most westerly point of Europe, through the town of Peniche

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and out to europes furthest point of Cabo da Rock

The rock formation here is amazing and the scenery very dramatic.

And some pretty dune flowers

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Camperstop €0.00

Wednesday-  04/01/2017  Sao Lourenco

Stopped off for lunch and a walk along the beach in Praia de Sta Cruz, plenty of surfers out, but apart from that very quiet.

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Then onto a beach campsite for the night. There was a small estuary there, with the loudest quackyist ducks ever, they obviously associate people with food, so cute and funny, there were also greylag geese and a couple of black ducks with white spots on their wings and lastly a falcon in the nearby cliffs. Camperstops €0.00

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