With its white houses reaching down to the banks of the Arade river, Ferragudo is a picturesque fishing village located opposite Portimão with which it once shared responsibility for defending this stretch of coastline. This was secured by (...)
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 (...)
Surrounded by golden cliffs covered in vegetation, Manuel Lourenço Beach is accessed via Galé, its neighbour. With good services and facilities, the well-preserved natural surroundings of this Beach feature a fairly varied and balanced ecosystem.
With access from the Olhos de Água village or the Quinta da Balaia tourist resort, the Maria Luísa Beach is characterised by the surrounding cliffs with their tones of ochre through to gold contrasting with the blue of the sea.The beach has a full (...)
Praias de Francelos, Dunas Mar, Francemar e Sãozinha
On a coast that is highly rich in iodine with its therapeutical properties recommended for bone diseases, Francelos Beach covers a huge area and is equipped with good support infrastructures. The strong waves breaking here ensure the beach attracts (...)
Praias Marbelo, Pop, Azul, Seca e Costa Verde (Frente Azul)
With a pleasant climate and some 8 kilometres of fine sands facing these immense blue seas, Espinho is one of the main tourist resorts of northern Portugal. Only the long seaside pedestrian walkway separates the sands from the city. From north (...)
Surrounded by dunes and pines, Suave-Mar Beach is to be found next to the mouth of the Cávado river and within the Litoral de Esposende Protected Landscape.Also known as Esposende Beach given the direct access from the town of that name, Suave-Mar (...)
Within the city limits of Sines and the scene of major events in Portuguese history, Vasco da Gama Beach is in a sheltered bay with practically no waves and thus ideal for windsurfing and sailing. Flanked by the Avenida Marginal coast-road, very (...)
Calheta is one of the few sandy bathing areas in Madeira, although the sand was actually imported from other regions to create this artificial beach. The bathing area has warm clean water, a cement solarium with an area of roughly 7,300 square (...)
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