7 People
€59 /pp
6 People
€63 /pp
5 People
€73 /pp
4 People
€84 /pp
3 People
€98 /pp
2 People*
€143 /pp

Minimum*

Number of People
Price
Book now See available dates and times

Duration: Full day 8 hours

Location: Western Algarve

Price from: €59/pp

Availability

Sundays to Mondays.

Please note monuments are closed on Mondays

Tour Highlights

Historical sites of Sagres and St Vincent’s Cape.

Lagos and the Slave Market.

Breathtaking views from Ponta da Piedade.

This Tour Includes

Visit to the old charming town of Lagos.

Stop at the most Southwesterly point of Europe.

Bottled water and a map.

Not Included

Entrance Fees to the monuments.

Lunch.

Trip to the grottoes

We’ll

be

travelling

back

in

time,

to

the

time

when

the

Portuguese

were

involved

in

the

biggest

enterprise

in

the

world:

discovering

the

sea

route

to

Índia.

And

all

this

started

from Lagos in southern Portugal.

Lagos

is

a

fantastic

town

in

the

western

Algarve

t

hat

can

certainly

be

enjoyed

by

all

age

groups.

In

the

15th

century

it

was

the

operational

base

from

which

Portugal

explored

the

African

coast.

It

was

here

that

prince

Henry

armed

the

caravels

for

the

Discoveries.

All

over

the

town,

street

names

allude

to

the

Discovery.

Among

the

historic

buildings

and

monuments,

the

first

slave

market

in

Europe

and

the

baroque

St

Anthony’s

church stand out.

Ponta

da

Piedade

will

leave

you

speechless…

it’s

hard

to

see

so

much

beauty

together!

It

was

considered

the

most

beautiful

beach in the world

The

tour

wouldn´t

be

complete

without

a

stop

at

St

Vincent’s

Cape,

the

so

called

end

of

the

world,

and

Sagres,

the

town

nearby,

that

still

breathes

history..

We

do

not

miss

Sagres

Fortress,

which

was

the

site

of

the

Naval

School

of

Prince

Henry,

and

a

meeting

place

for

astronomers,

cartographers

and

sailors

of

the

time.

It

contains

an

impressive

rose

winds

that

measures 43 meters in diameter.

And that’s where our discoveries come to an end…

Sights of This Tour

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7 People
€59 /pp
6 People
€63 /pp
5 People
€73 /pp
4 People
€84 /pp
3 People
€98 /pp
2 People*
€143 /pp

Minimum*

Number of People
Price
Book now See available dates and times Book now

Duration: Full day 8 hours

Location: Western Algarve

Price from: €59/pp

Availability

Sundays to Mondays. Please note monuments are closed on Mondays

Tour Highlights

Historical sites of Sagres and St Vincent’s Cape.

Lagos and the Slave Market.

Breathtaking views from Ponta da Piedade.

This Tour Includes

Visit to the old charming town of Lagos.

Stop at the most Southwesterly point of Europe.

Bottled water and a map.

Not Included

Entrance Fees to the monuments.

Lunch.

Trip to the grottoes

We’ll

be

travelling

back

in

time,

to

the

time

when

the

Portuguese

were

involved

in

the

biggest

enterprise

in

the

world:

discovering

the

sea

route

to

Índia.

And

all

this started from Lagos in southern Portugal.

Lagos

is

a

fantastic

town

in

the

western

Algarve

t

hat

can

certainly

be

enjoyed

by

all

age

groups.

In

the

15th

century

it

was

the

operational

base

from

which

Portugal

explored

the

African

coast.

It

was

here

that

prince

Henry

armed

the

caravels

for

the

Discoveries.

All

over

the

town,

street

names

allude

to

the

Discovery.

Among

the

historic

buildings

and

monuments,

the

first

slave

market

in

Europe and the baroque St Anthony’s church stand out.

Ponta

da

Piedade

will

leave

you

speechless…

it’s

hard

to

see

so

much

beauty

together! It was considered the most beautiful beach in the world

The

tour

wouldn´t

be

complete

without

a

stop

at

St

Vincent’s

Cape,

the

so

called

end

of

the

world,

and

Sagres,

the

town

nearby,

that

still

breathes

history..

We

do

not

miss

Sagres

Fortress,

which

was

the

site

of

the

Naval

School

of

Prince

Henry,

and

a

meeting

place

for

astronomers,

cartographers

and

sailors

of

the

time.

It

contains an impressive rose winds that measures 43 meters in diameter.

And that’s where our discoveries come to an end…

Sights of This Tour

Contact Us Before  Contact Us Before 
© Copyright 2019 Precious Time - Tour Designers - All Rights Reserved - JCBOTO WebDesign
     
RNAAT 430/2015

Discovering the Discoveries

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