Thankfully recovered from yesterday's hangover. Pack and walked in to town to see what our options were for heading further West. Opted to head for Salema, about half way to Sagres - Europe's Southwesterly most point. A short bus ride got us to the Salema crossroads. From there we had a couple kilometer hike into the coastal town. Splurged on a very nice hotel room with an excellent view. The town of Sagres is supposed to be a charming fishing village that somehow escaped the tourist boom. I find it beautiful but definitely touristy and with the feeling of a resort town that completely shuts down during the off season. Amy and I spent the entire afternoon on the beautiful beach - very cold water though.