Nothing creates a better “End of the World Experience” than the dramatic coastlines formed by vertical sea cliffs. Standing on top of these tall cliffs, your eyes are met with nothing but the vast expanse of the ocean, huge waves crashing against the rocks below.
Sagres, located on the western Algarve Coast in Portugal, is a sight to see, with its impressive cliffs that were carved by raging seas and high winds. The deep blue Atlantic Ocean only accents the scenic beauty of Sagres. The isolated beaches seem deserted, especially when compared to other areas of the Algarve. The ocean spawns some pretty fantastic waves, making Sagres popular with surfers who can enjoy cliff views on the way in.
Visitors to the cliffs at Skansbukta, Svalbard will have a chance to revisit history while enjoying looking at the barren cliffs, which stand out from a lush landscape. The area was once home to a gypsum mine, with artifacts from that era found on the beach; a trapper’s cabin also is located here. Because of the danger from falling rock, visitors are advised not to try and climb the cliff from th...