The south coast of Portugal is all about beaches. There are miles and miles of them and the tourists flock from all over Europe to laze about on them, prices are reasonable and most people in the tourist industry speak a lot of English.
We decided to go up the river that is the border between Portugal and Spain. The first obstacle is a suspension bridge.
It was a very hilly dry countryside as we motored up the river.
We anchored at the bottom of the Rio Guadiana and went ashore in search of some fresh meat and veggies in Ayamonte, Spain . This statue on a balcony caught Barry's eye.