With an extensive stretch of sand, Aterro Beach is very popular with young people, mainly surfers and bodyboarders who find here excellent conditions to practise these sports. Surrounded by vegetation that confers great beauty on it, this beach is (...)
Vila Chã Beach is a small, quiet sandy beach, sheltered from the wind, with several rocky areas and good facilities providing all the support that bathers may require. Some fishing boats can still be seen on the sand, adding colour to the (...)
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 (...)
Protected by tall cliffs, São Julião Beach covers a long stretch of sand that begins around 8.5 kilometres from Ericeira and extends southwards deep into Sintra council, which includes its largest extent.Ideal for long walks along the shore, the (...)
Right on the southern limit of Ericeira, right by a hotel, Sul Beach extends over 500 metres with each end of the Beach given over to a promenade and a range of bars and restaurants, offering the chance to taste the many traditional fish and (...)
Surrounded by dunes and pines, Suave-Mar Beach is to be found next to the mouth of the Cávado river and within the Litoral de Esposende Protected Landscape.Also known as Esposende Beach given the direct access from the town of that name, Suave-Mar (...)
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 (...)
To be found on the limits of Ericeira town, São Sebastião Beach owes its name to the small white chapel situated on the cliff right by the car park.The small sandy stretch all but disappears during high tide.
The Escaleiras bathing area has one sandy area and another of black basalt rocks that contrast with the blue tones of the sea. This bathing area has a swimming pool open to the sea, good support infrastructure and parking.
Reached by means of a wooden footpath that winds its way along the coastline, Praia de Marbelo has a great expanse of sand with rocks dotted here and there and is a very popular leisure area all year round.
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