The Lido is the most famous bathing area in Funchal and is located in a rocky coastal area, in the western part of the city. With two saltwater swimming pools, renewed every day, the complex also has access by a set of steps to the ocean for those (...)
Costa de Caparica - Terras da Costa, Acácias e Medos
Following the town of Costa da Caparica comes an expanse of sands that goes on to cover an approximate 30 kilometres through as far as Fonte da Telha and which mostly falls within the Arriba Fóssil (Fossil Cliff) Protected Area of Costa de Caparica. (...)
Nestling between cliffs artistically sculpted out by the sea, Adraga Beach is a firm summer favourite but also enjoys a loyal off-season clientele. They come for the well-preserved and natural environment to which the rocks, grottoes and tunnels add (...)
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 (...)
Nearby the village of Carrapateira from where access is gained via a tarmac road, the wonderful Bordeira Beach extends over a broad stretch of sand that becomes one of the largest on the Algarve coast during low tide. A small river reaches the sea (...)
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 (...)
Located next to the Nossa Senhora da Conceição Chapel after which it is named, Conceição Beach does not extend very far although a low tide it links up with the Duquesa Beach.With good access by stairway or ramp leading up to the promenade, this (...)
Consolação Beach is divided into two contrasting areas. To the south, a rocky zone, which is highly rich in iodine and perfectly placed to catch the sun, offering excellent therapeutic conditions and attracting many people seeking respite from any (...)
With access from the centre of Cascais, Duquesa Beach owes its name to the small Palace of the Dukes of Palmela located to the west.The beach is easily reached from the promenade where there are a series of restaurants, bars and terraces.
The Ilha do Pessegueiro Beach lies facing the island from which it takes its name. The island has given up evidence of its long history having been settled back in ancient time. This include a fish salting factory dating to the Roman era and which (...)
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