Situated in the eastern part of the city of Funchal, Formosa Beach has an area of pebbles and another of fine black sand.Accessible by public transport and with a good support infrastructure that includes a car park, a playground and areas for (...)
With its clear sand, Formosa Beach is a rare sight in the Azores, where black volcanic sand predominates. With crystal clear, shallow waters, it is a much appreciated leisure area in the southern part of the Island of Santa Maria. The Maré de Agosto (...)
Situated on the bay of the city of Praia da Vitória, Praia Grande has the longest stretch of sand on the Island of Terceira. Despite its central location, it is easy to find peaceful areas, not too crowded, in this large bathing area equipped with a (...)
The area known as Praia Grande Beach begins at the urban limits of Armação de Pêra, with its westerly point at the Alcantarilha stream and its easterly limit defined by the Salgados lagoon, a site of special ecological interest given its importance (...)
Part of the Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina Natural Park, Porto Covo was a small fishing village that prospered during the 20th century while holding onto all the quiet charm of its rows of immaculately whitewashed houses against which the sea (...)
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 (...)
With its white houses reaching down to the banks of the Arade river, Ferragudo is a picturesque fishing village located opposite Portimão with which it once shared responsibility for defending this stretch of coastline. This was secured by (...)
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 (...)
Surrounded by golden cliffs covered in vegetation, Manuel Lourenço Beach is accessed via Galé, its neighbour. With good services and facilities, the well-preserved natural surroundings of this Beach feature a fairly varied and balanced ecosystem.
With access from the Olhos de Água village or the Quinta da Balaia tourist resort, the Maria Luísa Beach is characterised by the surrounding cliffs with their tones of ochre through to gold contrasting with the blue of the sea.The beach has a full (...)
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