Close to the town of Perafita, Marreco Beach boasts a swathe of clean sand in an area where the coast forms a kind of bay. This beach is ideal for families with children, since at low tide the rocks form small pools where the little ones love to (...)
Pedras do Corgo Beach has a very extensive stretch of sand bathed by the sea’s strong waves. Access to the beach is by a long wooden walkway and the beach has good support infrastructure, complete with awnings and beach huts for hire, or volleyball (...)
The Galo Mar Bathing Area is part of the Garajau Marine Reserve, an area much appreciated by divers. Protected from the wind by the mountains around it, this leisure area stretches across terraces accessible by steps or the panoramic elevator. At (...)
Located right by the oldest Golf Club in Portugal, Paramos Beach covers a huge area of sand but which can only be reached by crossing the Espinho Air-Club and paying careful attention to the signalling.Calm and endowed with certain support (...)
Situated in a quiet area between Quarteira and Vale do Lobo, Loulé Velho Beach has ochre-coloured cliffs as its backdrop, surrounded by an extensive pine forest. Access is by a dirt track that runs through a valley of farmland, and is a long sandy (...)
Located in an imposing valley on the west coast of the Island of Madeira, Ribeira Brava has a waterfront area running alongside the whole town. Located on the west side, close to the town centre, the pebble beach is named after the town and has a (...)
With an extensive sandy beach in the area between Rua 37 and Rua 2 in front of Espinho Municipal Museum, Rua 37 Beach is accessible to all, and has every leisure and support amenity. Its fine clean sand provides excellent conditions for practising (...)
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.
With a large stretch of sand, Água d’Alto Beach is favoured by the residents of the Island of São Miguel and the busiest in Vila Franca do Campo. Its attractions include the fine sand, the crystal clear waters and a good support infrastructure.
Paredes de Vitória Beach ends in two vegetation-covered slopes with acacia the prevailing type of flora. The slopes are well known to hang gliders for the excellence of this site for their sport.In the central area, next to a small settlement, the (...)
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