Also known as Algodio Beach, Norte Beach lies within the town and is defined by the Ericeira jetty. With access from the centre of town, this is one of the busiest beaches in the region and attracts a very diversified group of regulars.
Located right in the centre of the town of Ericeira, Peixe (Fish) Beach, also known as Pescadores (Fishermen), is as the name suggests used by the fishing community.Throughout the summer season, this welcoming environment has a lifeguard and a (...)
Três Irmãos Beach lies around a bay formed by rocky outcrops located on the eastern extent of the Alvor sands that manage to extend unbroken over a full 7 kilometres.In addition to a complete set of support infrastructures and quality accommodation, (...)
Right on the southern limit of Ericeira, right by a hotel, Sul Beach extends over 500 metres with each end of the Beach given over to a promenade and a range of bars and restaurants, offering the chance to taste the many traditional fish and (...)
Sheltered by golden cliffs with their odd formations eroded backwards sometimes forming grottoes, the Vale de Centeanes Beach is a pretty cove reached down a long stairway.The clear and calm waters of the beach encourage long swims.
Part of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, Guincho Beach is endowed with a surrounding landscape of great beauty in which the white sand dunes contrast with the deep tones of the Serra de Sintra hills, looming in the background.Given both its strong (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)
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