Nestling between cliffs artistically sculpted out by the sea, Adraga Beach is a firm summer favourite but also enjoys a loyal off-season clientele. They come for the well-preserved and natural environment to which the rocks, grottoes and tunnels add (...)
Just as its name suggests, this is a grand and large beach and is a particular favourite among surfers and bodyboarders and has become a regular host of championship events in these sports. At the extreme north of Praia Grande is one of the largest (...)
Next to a cliff on which harmoniously stand small white fishermen's houses, Carvoeiro Beach is an attractive and picturesque landmark of the Algarve. Its limited extent of sand is highly popular with bathers who take up positions next to fishing (...)
Nearby the village of Carrapateira from where access is gained via a tarmac road, the wonderful Bordeira Beach extends over a broad stretch of sand that becomes one of the largest on the Algarve coast during low tide. A small river reaches the sea (...)
Costa de Caparica - Terras da Costa, Acácias e Medos
Following the town of Costa da Caparica comes an expanse of sands that goes on to cover an approximate 30 kilometres through as far as Fonte da Telha and which mostly falls within the Arriba Fóssil (Fossil Cliff) Protected Area of Costa de Caparica. (...)
Consolação Beach is divided into two contrasting areas. To the south, a rocky zone, which is highly rich in iodine and perfectly placed to catch the sun, offering excellent therapeutic conditions and attracting many people seeking respite from any (...)
Sheltered by gullies of striking beauty, São Pedro do Estoril Beach is very popular for all year round bodyboarding.With good access either by ramp leading up to the car park located at the top of the gully or by tunnel for those arriving by train, (...)
Surrounded by the stunning landscapes of the Serra da Arrábida hills, Galapos Beach, certainly one of the prettiest in the region, is sheltered from the winds by its cliffs, which further ensure the calm waters of these parts.
Located between the pine forest and the sea, São Pedro de Moel is a splendid beach sheltered by a row of houses, replete with good taste, conveying a somewhat aristocratic air. Ideal for enthusiasts of open air sports given its range of facilities (...)
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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