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Ponta de Castelo Branco, Faial Portugal

Ponta de Castelo Branco is a really nice spot for photography at the coastline in the south-west of Faial Island (in English also known as Fayal), Azores, Portugal. Since there is no fence or anything, please make sure to take care while standing at the windy and pretty deep cliffs.
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There is a parking spot for a few cars nearby. The street down there is decent, but small.
Thank you very much for your suggested change. We will check it as soon as possible and update this spot.

Nearly no other people

Sunset

07:57 17:33
18:59
38°31'39.4472" N 28°44'49.4715" W

Bookmarks (6)

  • Leslie Askew
  • kathrinsworld
  • Tobias Weber
  • Van den Hoven
  • Rainer Menes
  • Peter Luxem
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Spot comments (2)

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Peter Luxem
Peter Luxem 26.05.2018
didn't you forgot the tag @azores?
Manuel Becker
Manuel Becker 26.05.2018
Oh damn it, you are right ;-)

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