Finland's Lighthouse Society members planned to have a 2 weeks tour into the Atlantic coastline of Portugal and Spain.
In Lisbon, Portugal they have a tram which can climb up the hills by tilting the cabin
Tram service had an accident and we had to take a Tuk-Tuk to see some sights of Lissabon - driver droved like he lived there...
Portugal is a sea-farer country. They have built a lot of lighthouses on the coastline, here is the first we saw, the Santa Marta Lighthouse.
Atlantic cost has completely different kind of flora than in Finland
Vigo harbour in Spain
Vigo airport car rent office gave us a car that had scratches in the sides. Take always photos of the car when you receive it!
After leaving Vigo, it was time to have some lunch in Santiago de Compostella
Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
The organs of Santiago de Compostella Cathedral had "Spanish horns"
We wanted to log the geocache in the church wall, but this older man was muggling around. Finally I just took the container and logged the cache...
This is the place whre the Santiago de Compostela walkers are ending their walk: FinisTerra beside the sea shore
One German geocacher was found
In Spain we saw food storage constructions standing on legs and stone plates
Seawater farm for oysters or other mollusks
Sea Fennel (merifenkoli, Crithmum)
The oldest lighthouse in Spain was built by the Romans a couple thousand years ago
Kaija and Arja at the Hercule park
European Pea (Ulex europaeus), Euroopanpiikkiherne
Here should be a geocache? Pretty hot to walk down and up
This site had also been a military cannon bunker
And then, back to the basics!
Many kind of seafood available
Roof paintings in a cave
Modern way of lighting a candle: place the donation and the candle will spread the light!
One hour of walking down and 2 hours back...
Canfranc railway station converted to a hotel
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