Lisbon has its entrancing approach to grasp you, to overpower your brain and your faculties. Despite the fact that it is an European capital loaded with loud voyagers waving maps all over, this captivating city with some provincial like lanes (as we call it amid our invasions all through its good and bad times) can offer a full pack of living intensities.
Nearby the energies that sinks voyagers into social occasions, fine beverages at the miradouros (all encompassing perspectives spread on the hanged neighborhoods), Lisbon (and Portugal all in all) dependably appears to coax the sea to join its enchantment.
This is the reason we have chosen to impart to you some astounding shorelines around Lisbon, ones that you are liable to pass up a great opportunity for amid your stay in the city. Shorelines that are not all that advanced or that are harder to reach, yet that can make your spirit vibrate.
Once in Lisbon, you will likely find out about Sintra and Cascais, two of the principle attractions outside the capital. Indeed, they are a piece of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, a spot that has a specific atmosphere (sub-tropical, with a stunning assortment of vegetation) in correlation with whatever is left of the focal Portugal. At the edge of the recreation center, arranged 40 km far from Lisbon on the western coast, there is Cabo da Roca (the cape which frames the westernmost degree of mainland Europe). From that point, you can stroll on the right half of the bluffs on one of the various trails that slide on the rough scene down to the remote Ursa Beach (Praia da Ursa).
Another choice open via auto is by taking after the street which interfaces Cabo da Roca to the town of Sintra. At just 1 minute drive from the cape, on the left side is a board that indicates the way the shoreline. When you stop the auto in the ad libbed parking garage (the rough terrain that goes closer to the bluffs is really awful), you need to trek on the trail that prompts the shoreline. It is an unquestionable requirement to see the wonderful nightfall from that point, yet be arranged to have great shoes, a few lights and some thick garments, as the wind may be exceptionally solid in the upper piece of the trail.
On its north side one can see two massive rocks, the first of which helps us to remember a glad female bear.
As indicated by legend, numerous a huge number of years prior, when the earth was secured with ice, there was a female bear living here with her fledglings. At the point when the ice started to liquefy, the Gods cautioned all creatures that they ought to leave the seashore, yet the stiff-necked bear declined to go on the grounds that that was the place she had been conceived, and there she wished to remain. The irate Gods changed the bear into stone and her whelps into little shakes scattered around the mother, and there they stayed perpetually, subsequently giving the name to the shoreline.
A fabulous walk not to be missed, but recommended only to experienced hikers. Some of the trails can be dangerours and often not recommended for average hikers.
Ursa beach is also one of the most photographed beaches in Portugal, due it’s beauty and being unspoiled and unacessible for many people. It’s also a famous beach for naturists, who explore this beach often during summer.