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 (...)
Situated at the western end of Armação de Pera Beach, Vale do Olival Beach nestles between some rock formations carved out by erosion. The cliff that surrounds it has a trail that offers magnificent views of the sea and connects with the nearby (...)
With its broad expanse of fine sand, Quião Beach is bounded to the north by Cabo de Santo André and to the south by Ribeira do Esteiro. It has easy access and good supporting facilities. Traditional activities are still practised here: fishing (...)
Located at the northernmost end of the long length of sand making up Afife Beach, Ínsua Beach is surrounded by dunes that serve both to enrich the landscape and to protect from strong winds. Very popular, this Beach is a particular hit with children (...)
Located right in the centre of the town of Ericeira, Peixe (Fish) Beach, also known as Pescadores (Fishermen), is as the name suggests used by the fishing community.Throughout the summer season, this welcoming environment has a lifeguard and a (...)
Located opposite to the city of Santa Cruz, the Palmeira Bathing Area boasts a pebble beach and a pontoon with steps which makes access to the sea easy and is ideal for diving. There are also two saltwater swimming pools, one of which is for (...)
Prainha is the only sandy bathing area on the bay of Angra do Heroísmo and, being located close to the historic centre of the city, is also the most popular. Ideal for families with children, this beach, bathed by a sea of calm, warm waters, has (...)
The widely popular Norte Beach is situated on the bank of the River Lima, almost within the urban limits of the city of Viana do Castelo. The amount of sand is limited, since most of the beach is taken by rocky formations, where natural saltwater (...)
In the zone between the urban area of Quarteira and a natural area of delicate sand dunes, Forte Novo Beach owes its name to a fortress built in the 16th century and rebuilt two centuries later.Fully accessible for all, this beach has a wide sandy (...)
With a good supporting infrastructure, Labruge Beach is bordered by sand dunes and has some rocks scattered around the beach. The surrounding area is farmland that adds greatly to the picturesque landscape.
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