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Alentejo and Algarve Trails - Pedro Cabral

Urban Skletchers - Pedro Cabral - Odeceixe
Place: Odeceixe / Rota Vicentina
Photo: Pedro Cabral
Photo: Pedro Cabral

A walking enthusiast and keen on sketching for many years, Pedro Cabral was only too pleased to be asked by Sketch Tour Portugal to venture along the Alentejo and Algarve trails.

Along with Linda Toolsema a Dutch sketcher, he confirmed the excellent conditions of these Portuguese trails which showed off the beauty of the countryside, and appreciated the warm reception they met with in in the places they passed through.

"On the Fishermen’s Trail (Trilha dos Pescadores) the landscape slipped through the stunning cliffs to the sea that is always present, at least in its singing. It’s worth strolling down to the beaches or little harbours like Zambujeira, Azenha do Mar and Odeceixe. The two trails come together in Sagres, and they share the last section which crosses extensive properties with cornfields and pastures."


ROTA VICENTINA
Pego das Pias


Azenha do Mar




Odeceixe


VIA ALGARVIANA
Casas Baixas


São Bartolomeu de Messines


Alte


Alcoutim




Mértola






Pedro Cabral
Pedro Cabral was born in 1954. He lives and works in Lisbon. He graduated in architecture, in 1978, at ESBAL - Lisbon School of Fine Arts.
He is married, has a daughter and a son, a grandson and a granddaughter.
He draws, goes sailing and likes walking and hiking.
He is the author of the blog "Bonecos de Bolso” (literally, ‘Packet Dolls’) and a contributor to the Urban Sketchers and Urban Sketchers Portugal blogs.

Blog: http://bonecosdebolso1.blogspot.com



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