The Lido is the most famous bathing area in Funchal and is located in a rocky coastal area, in the western part of the city. With two saltwater swimming pools, renewed every day, the complex also has access by a set of steps to the ocean for those (...)
Part of the Litoral de Esposende Protected Landscape, Apúlia Beach covers a large expanse of sand surrounded by dunes that serve to protect the Beach from stronger winds. The dunes are also home to former windmills that have now been converted into (...)
Sheltered by tall cliffs, Calada Beach is a very pretty location around 10 kilometres to the north of the town of Ericeira.Its large open sands are spacious enough to include beach volleyball and football facilities in addition to other support (...)
Located next to the Nossa Senhora da Conceição Chapel after which it is named, Conceição Beach does not extend very far although a low tide it links up with the Duquesa Beach.With good access by stairway or ramp leading up to the promenade, this (...)
Milícias Beach is also known as Praia Grande (large beach), because it is in fact the main beach on the Island of São Miguel. Located just 4km from Ponta Delgada, this beach, like all the others on the island, has dark volcanic sand and good support (...)
With a large stretch of sand, Água d’Alto Beach is favoured by the residents of the Island of São Miguel and the busiest in Vila Franca do Campo. Its attractions include the fine sand, the crystal clear waters and a good support infrastructure.
Part of an enormous stretch of sands that runs continuously over kilometres, Canide Beach itself divides into two areas, North and South. The southern area is favoured by surfers while the northern often hosts kite-surfing and beach football (...)
Traditionally a fishing town, Sesimbra's popularity as a tourist resort grew throughout the 20th century, particularly among families who purchased holiday or weekend homes in the vicinity.Lying in a sheltered bay with calm waters, Sesimbra Beach is (...)
Less popular than other beaches, the sands of Valmitão Beach end at the clear waters of a sea rich in iodine further providing good conditions for a range of nautical sports such as surfing, diving and underwater fishing.
Lying to the south of the Lima river, Cabedelo Beach is the first choice for local inhabitants of nearby Viana do Castelo. Surrounded by dunes and a pine forest, which includes two campsites, this pretty half-moon shaped Beach is one of the most (...)
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