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.
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 (...)
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 (...)
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 on the south-west coast of the island of Santa Maria, the Maia bathing area is set against a landscape of vineyards climbing up the hillside and protected by the dry stone walls of the army barracks. The bathing area consists of a natural (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)
Very small and welcoming, Castelo Beach is enclosed by large rocks in curious formations with one such display at the eastern end of the beach forming a castle shape, hence the Beach's name. Located just a few kilometres from Albufeira, the Beach (...)
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