One of the most famous of the Lagos region, Meia Praia runs over some 5 kilometres of sand between the Marina and the Alvor estuary, with the eastern extent known as São Roque Beach.In addition to being near the railway station, this Beach has means (...)
Right by Altura, with its squat houses laid out along perpendicular streets over the plain, the Alagoa Beach, also known as Altura, takes up a section of the endless sands that head out eastwards towards Monte Gordo and westwards to the Ria Formosa (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)
The most picturesque aspect of Costa Nova is its coast road along which a line of wooden huts is painted in brightly coloured stripes alternating with white. Built by fishermen as shelters and equipment stores, the huts have now been converted into (...)
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.
In order to differentiate between means of accesses originating at the car park, the long stretch of sand making up Galé Beach is divided into two, named after their respective locations - East and West.Surrounded by golden cliffs, Galé Beach is (...)
Accessible by ferry service from Olhão in an approximate 15 minute crossing, the Ilha da Armona island is part of the cordon of small islets separating the Ria Formosa estuary from the sea. Falling within the Natural Park, this island is on the (...)
The mostly southerly point of the Portuguese mainland, the Ilha da Barreta or Deserta is one of the island-barriers of the Ria Formosa Natural Park forming a divide between the marshes and the sea. Accessible only via ferry service (available (...)
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