Setting out from Vila Do Bispo the remainder of the Via Algarviana is through the Natural Park, which is renowned for its beauty. The scenery is heavily influenced now by its proximity to the coast and if lucky you may get a sighting of some rare birds, indigenous to this area, the Red-billed Chough or Peregrine Falcon. Wandering over gentle hills of grain fields and grazing areas where cattle are a common sight you eventually join the Rota Vicentina. Passing by abandoned fields and joining the long-distance cycle path, “Ecovia do Litoral”, you will follow this all the way to Cape St Vincent. Arriving at Cape St Vincent, you are welcomed by the lighthouse which watches over one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world and has one of the most powerful lamps in Europe that is visible up to 60 km away. Surpassing the lighthouse, however, is the coastal panorama on this the most south-westerly point of not only Portugal but the European continent, and where the Romans believe the sun sank into the ocean marking the edge of the world. From Cape St. Vincent, you will then be transferred to Sagres where you are staying for the night. As with Cape St Vincent, this town has spectacular views of the sea and there are plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy a fabulous meal and well-deserved drink whilst watching the crimson sun set into the boundless Atlantic Ocean.