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 (...)
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 (...)
Nestling deep in a valley which is reached via a 5 km stretch of dirt track, the magnificent bay home to Barranco Beach is an invitation for peace and relaxation.Not a common destination for sunbathers, the Beach is well known among divers due to (...)
Between the pine trees and the sea, the long sandy extent of Pedrogão Beach stretches northwards before merging with the sparse Fausto Beach and southwards to the Foz do Rio Lis Beach, with boundless space and silence alongside the dunes. Given the (...)
Located on the Costa Vicentina and central to the Natural Park, Beliche Beach is surrounded by a tall cliff, sheltering it from strong winds and which culminates in the west in the Cape of São Vicente. In these most beautiful of surroundings, this (...)
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.
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 a large number of rocks both on the sand and in the sea, the beach of Praia das Pedras Brancas is located next to the Avenida Marginal de Agudela and is equipped with good support facilities.One of the local curiosities is the existence here of (...)
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.
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 (...)
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