When one is in the Algarve one needs to visit Cabo de São Vincente. This cape is the southwesternmost point of Portugal. And even of Europe to be precise. Visiting this cape was a surreal experience. My dad already visited this place two years ago and told us to bring a jacket or vest, because back then it was super foggy and cold over there. They even sell big knitted sweaters over there! It was a beautiful day and the sky was as blue as it could get. But once we got closer we could see some clouds, faraway on the sea. No biggie. But than it happened. One moment we we’re standing in the sun and within a few minutes we we’re completely surrounded by fog! On the photos below you can see the difference. It was super weird and cool and the same time. Luckily for us it was pretty hot that day so when the fog came it was still okay and we didn’t need our jackets. When we drove to a nearby village to have some lunch by the sea we looked back and saw the fog hanging over the sea and the cape.
Here is my outfit of the day for our trip to Cabo de São Vincente. Because it was pretty hot I chose a basic outfit. Normally I would wear a necklace or something with just a basic tanktop but it was way to hot for that and because of the pockets of the short the outfit still had something fun going on.
I’m wearing shorts from H&M Conscious, a burgundy tanktop from H&M and shoes from Keds. My little sisters is wearing an Rolling Stones tee from H&M, sunglasses from HEMA and Vans.
Photos by me and my dad.