A firm favourite among both surfers and bodyboarders, Amorosa Beach also draws in families from across the north of Portugal, some of whom have holiday homes in the area.The beach is reached over a wooden walkway in order to protect the dunes in the (...)
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 (...)
Also known as Mariana Beach after the restaurant here, Arda or Bico Beach is one of the best in the country for surfing and bodyboarding and thus brings in a younger crowd. The large sandy expanse of this beach is framed by a landscape of great (...)
The waves of Areia Branca Beach are among the best for either learning or engaging in either surfing or bodyboarding.With the best renowned sands of Lourinhã council, the Beach always has plenty going along at the numerous bars and restaurants (...)
Defined by two breakwaters, and accessed by a seaside walkway next to the centre of Espinho, Baía Beach is the most popular in the city.Its popularity among the surfing and bodyboarding communities has only been strengthened by the competitions held (...)
Located by the pontoon that marks the beginning of the Port of Aveiro and the end of the estuary, Barra Beach is both spacious and has good conditions for a range of sports including surfing, bodyboarding, kite-surfing, sailing and sea fishing. Very (...)
Situated between the Estela campsite and the Aguçadoura Football Pitch, Barranha Beach provides excellent conditions for surfing and bodyboarding. Surrounded by sand dunes that become wider to the south, the beach has a good car park and (...)
A traditional fishing village, the Esmoriz Beach has hung onto some of its "palheiro" huts, the wooden constructions dating back to the early part of the 20th century built by farmers as second homes so that whenever they were not working the lands, (...)
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 (...)
Nestling between golden coloured cliffs, Coelha Beach is small and sheltered from breezes, with the sea gently lapping at the shore. Located about 5 kilometres to the west of Albufeira, it tends to be relatively busy during the summer season.
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