Boca do inferno - Cascais - Portugal
One of the most famous visit points of Cascais is the Boca do Inferno, it is a unique formation in the rocks by the ocean.
It is believed that formerly this place was a cave that with time and the force of the sea ended up yielding and gave origin to the scene as it is known today. Currently the Boca do inferno is a cavity in the open, with a kind of arch which lets in the sea water.
In days of more agitated sea, can be heard the sound of the water that strike the rocks and enter the cave, a noise so unique that makes analogy to the name of the place.
When you reach Boca do Inferno you can contemplate the beauty of the place above, however there is also a path that leads to the other side of the "arch" of the cavity, where the water enters.
This place is already very close to the water and it is possible to enjoy the view of the entire rocky coast of Cascais.
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