Located in a charming bay, Cova de Alfarroba Beach is served by a well-cared for and very popular resort.Its sheltered and spacious sands, separated from the road by a visually striking cordon of dunes, lead onto good bathing conditions and are (...)
Lying a few kilometres to the south of Figueira da Foz, the large sandy expanse of Cova-Gala Beach is divided up by sea breaks, designed to check the advance of the sea and which serve both to calm the sea and act as a wind break. The southern half (...)
Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, Cova Redonda Beach has small patches of sand scattered amongst rock formations carved out by erosion. The beach is surrounded by high cliffs and lies to the east of Senhora da Rocha Beach, with (...)
On the southernmost border of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, Cresmina Beach is set in a bay surrounded by cliffs. In front of the beach, and over on the other side of the road, there is a large expanse of dunes creating a scene of great natural (...)
With access from the centre of Cascais, Duquesa Beach owes its name to the small Palace of the Dukes of Palmela located to the west.The beach is easily reached from the promenade where there are a series of restaurants, bars and terraces.
With its backdrop made up of a long cliff coloured in hues of red, copper and gold, and of particular beauty as the afternoon draws to a close, this far-reaching extent of sand covers the kilometres between Olhos de Água and Vilamoura incorporating (...)
With its beautiful backdrop of the Serra da Arrábida hills, Figueirinha Beach is one of the best known and most popular in the region, a fact enhanced by both the ease of access and the calm waters off this beach.The Beach extends over an expanse of (...)
A huge expanse of sand flanked by dunes, the Fonte do Cortiço Beach is one of the most attractive in the region. While the force of the waves and sea here needs to be treated with some respect, the Beach provides long, wonderful strolls along the (...)
In one of Porto’s prime locations, Foz Beach is a name that covers the group of Ourigo, Ingleses and Luz Beaches. The expanse of sand is limited but the sea offers conditions for surfing, which attracts young people. The area also boasts various (...)
On the confluence between the Óbidos Lagoon and the sea, Foz do Arelho Beach throws up the choice between two very different types of beach. On the one side the Lagoon, a place of great natural beauty with its banks covered in thick vegetation and (...)
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