Close to the east boundary of the Garajau Marine Reserve, the Roca Mar Bathing Area extends across several terraces on the rocks, in a setting of great beauty. Access to the sea is by a series of steps, but this bathing complex also has a saltwater (...)
Located to the west of Funchal, the Naval Club Bathing Area is about 3km away from the city centre. This area is on the rocky coast, and access to the sea is via a small pebbled area or steps. The complex also includes a saltwater swimming pool, a (...)
Forno de Cal is a bathing pool built following the redevelopment of Avenida do Mar, and is located near the Islet of São Roque. The pool provides direct access to the sea, being bounded to the south by a protective wall, and owes its name to an old (...)
A very welcoming Garajau Bathing Area is part of a small cove sheltered by the high, rocky shore. This pebble beach is part of the Garajau Partial Nature Reserve and is very popular with divers, who find excellent visibility in its crystal clear (...)
With a pier and a natural pool, the Negrito Bathing Area occupies a wide area, with lots of space for relaxing and sunbathing. You will also find here the remains of the walls of a 16th century fortress, a must see for those who take an interest in (...)
On the south side of the Island of São Miguel, close to the Caloura traditional fishing port, the bathing area of the same name is delightful for anyone wishing to enjoy the cool sea in safety. Surrounded by a stunning landscape, this small cove (...)
In the northern part of the Island of Santa Maria, the Bay of Anjos offers waters at very pleasant temperatures that invite relaxing bathing in view of Ponta do Frades. This bathing area also has a natural pool and support amenities for people with (...)
Located on the northern coast of the Island of Terceira, the Biscoitos bathing area comprises natural pools between the curious shapes of the black rocks which are the result of volcanic eruptions. With a good support infrastructure, this area (...)
Situated in the municipality of Ponta Delgada and close to São Vicente Ferreira, the bathing area of the pools is very popular. A waterfront road runs along the coast and provides easy access to this natural pool, which has good support amenities.
Situated on the southeastern coast of the Island of Faial, the natural pools at Varadouro are formed by black basalt rocks. This much appreciated bathing area has good support infrastructure and offers bathers the choice of a safe dive in the pool (...)
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