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 (...)
To the south of the Cávado river mouth and part of the Litoral de Esposende Protected Landscape, Ofir Beach, surrounded by dunes and pine trees, covers one of the most beautiful stretches of the northern Portuguese coastline. One natural phenomena (...)
With its fine white sands occasionally studded with rock formations, Salgueiros Beach recently underwent a series of improvements to make it a more attractive to visitors. With strong waves breaking here, the Beach has good surfing conditions.
Protected by tall cliffs, São Julião Beach covers a long stretch of sand that begins around 8.5 kilometres from Ericeira and extends southwards deep into Sintra council, which includes its largest extent.Ideal for long walks along the shore, the (...)
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 (...)
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, (...)
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.
Nestling deep in a valley which is reached via a 5 km stretch of dirt track, the magnificent bay home to Barranco Beach is an invitation for peace and relaxation.Not a common destination for sunbathers, the Beach is well known among divers due to (...)
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 (...)
Located next to the fishing village of Monte Clérigo, this similarly named Beach lies around 10 kilometres from the town of Aljezur with easy access via the tarmac road leading to the ramps and stairways down to the beach itself. The spacious (...)
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