The Sagres Fortress is a historic landmark located on the southwestern tip of Portugal, in the town of Sagres.
The fortress was built in the 15th century and played an important role in Portugal's Age of Discoveries, serving as a base for Prince Henry the Navigator's explorations of the Atlantic Ocean.
The fortress was also a key defensive structure, protecting the coast from pirate attacks and other invasions. Today, the Sagres Fortress is open to visitors and offers a fascinating glimpse into Portugal's maritime history.
Visitors can explore the fortress's walls and towers, as well as its interior courtyard and chapel. There is also a small museum within the fortress that displays artifacts and exhibits related to Portugal's Age of Discoveries.