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  1. Praia do Ancão
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    Praia do Ancão
    Lying within the large protected area making up the Ria Formosa Natural Park that extends through to Tavira, Ancão Beach covers a large expanse of sand flanked by dunes and pine trees. A favourite among many national and international personalities, (...)

  2. Praia de Dona Ana
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    Praia de Dona Ana
    Sheltered between cliffs, the sands of Dona Ana Beach and their calm and clear waters are one of the highest profile landmarks on the Algarve. The highly shaped rocks emerging from the sea or dotting the sands provide sunbathers with some shade and (...)

  3. Praia da Comporta
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    Praia da Comporta
    Located on the southern tip of the Tróia Peninsula, the huge sandy extent of Comporta Beach is a regular summer favourite, given good means of access and plenty of parking space. Forming part of the Sado Estuary Nature Reserve, Comporta Beach has (...)

  4. Praia de Santa Eulália
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    Praia de Santa Eulália
    With its surrounding golden cliffs covered with pine trees and gardens, the charming Santa Eulália Beach is one of the most beautiful and best cared for on the entire Algarve coast. The beach is next to a leisure complex that provides a bar, (...)

  5. Beaches
    Praia do Meco ou do Moinho de Baixo
    Right by the village of Meco, which provides its most popularly used name, Moinho de Baixo Beach was one of the first to establish a duly signposted and authorised area for naturism over an area that covers the Tramagueira Beach through to the Rio (...)

  6. Praia Verde
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    Praia Verde
    A huge, flat expanse of sand that continues endlessly in either direction be it eastwards or westwards, Verde Beach is a picture postcard of tranquillity. The calm of the sea and the pleasing air and sea temperatures only serve to improve the (...)

  7. Praia de São Jacinto
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    Praia de São Jacinto
    The São Jacinto Beach is located by the Barra Canal, at the southernmost point of a long stretch of land separating the Ria de Aveiro estuary from the sea. For those leaving Aveiro, the swiftest way to get to São Jacinto is by ferry with a regular (...)

  8. Praia da Tocha
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    Praia da Tocha
    In the second half of the 20th century, the small fishing village of Tocha became a sought after resort without ever losing its original identity. Out on its sands, there are still examples of the traditional wooden stilt platforms built by (...)

  9. Praia de Mira
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    Praia de Mira
    Known as the Palheiros (Huts) of Mira due to the wooden constructions used by the fishermen, throughout the first half of the 20th century Mira Beach was a fishing village with its daily life well depicted in the Ethnographic Museum exhibition to be (...)

  10. Praia do Furadouro
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    Praia do Furadouro
    With a reputation both for its fishing and surfing, defining very different eras and approaches to life on the beach, the extensive Furadouro Beach comes with the strong waves of the Atlantic.Inland, there is dense pine forest with the approximate 3 (...)

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