In the 19th century, this village, amid harsh, barren moorland, was rebuilt over earthquake ruins. Architecturally, there's little of note today apart from a fort. But Sagres does have several golden beaches, and the water at this end of the Algarve is rather more refreshing than at the opposite end—even in the height of summer.
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