When you’re standing inside the Benagil Cave, it’s crazy to imagine how it grew from a teeny-tiny crack in the rock to a gigantic cavern that fits hundreds of tourists between its walls.
So let’s leap back in time to the prehistoric Mesozoic era and the most interesting fact of them all: Benagil Cave’s rock formation.
Closer to a world once dominated by dinosaurs, the planet’s 300-million-year-old supercontinent – Pangaea – shattered into the map of the world as we know it today.
Despite being in the middle of the Algarve region in southern Portugal, the Benagil Cave is easy-to-reach by van.
A 40-minute drive on the A22 from Faro takes you past Armação de Pêra, bringing you within reach of the westerly Praia da Rocha.
With a gold spotlight on the sand, Benagil is a worthy studio for photographers on-the-hunt for a super beautiful beach.
Whether you want an epic photo under the heaven-high roof, an aerial shot of Benagil’s azure glow, or an unforgettable pose with your crew, this sea cave is a dream for amateurs and pros alike.
That’s why an Algarve Beauties tour brings your essential gear – phones or cameras – in a special watertight bag made for the swim and kept safe by your tour guide (who also doubles up as your incredible photographer).
So why wait a minute more?
Put our 5 facts to the test and experience Benagil’s famous cave for yourself on an Algarve Beauties tour.
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