The Ilha do Pessegueiro Beach lies facing the island from which it takes its name. The island has given up evidence of its long history having been settled back in ancient time. This include a fish salting factory dating to the Roman era and which (...)
With access from the small village of Raposeira some 5 kilometres away, Ingrina Beach is a pleasant bay with calm waters sheltered from any wind by the surrounding cliffs. With a bar and restaurant among other services, Ingrina Beach furthermore (...)
With its large sandy extent and good access from Sagres, Mareta Beach is one of the most popular summer destinations in this area. Closed off to the east by high cliffs and to the west by the Ponta de Sagres, which protects it from stronger winds, (...)
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 number of rocks both on the sand and in the sea, the beach of Praia das Pedras Brancas is located next to the Avenida Marginal de Agudela and is equipped with good support facilities.One of the local curiosities is the existence here of (...)
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.
The small welcoming beach of Praia de Almádena nestles in a setting of great natural beauty, sheltered from the north-west winds. Accessible from Burgau, this beach is relatively unused and is ideal for all those looking for peace and quiet.
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 (...)
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.
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 (...)
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