The southwest coast of Portugal, from cape St vincente, at the Algarve, until up to Zambujeira do Mar, at the Alentejo, is said to be among the most unspoiled coastlines of Europe. Although the touristic pressure is already very obvious at some spots, there are still plenty of beaches with almost no
human marks. Vale dos Homens is one of such places. The access to the beach is is only possible by a very long wooden stairs.