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  1. Fortaleza de São João Baptista
Place: Berlengas
Photo: José Manuel
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    Peniche
    Peniche and the sea are inseparable. It is one of the largest traditional fishing ports in Portugal and a major Atlantic hub for maritime-tourist activities.Before heading to the beach, your visit to Peniche must include a walk through the historic (...)

  2. Praia Dona Ana
Place: Lagos
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    The best beaches
    A long coastline where all the beaches have white, fine sand, a long summer and many hours of sunshine throughout the year make Portugal a natural holiday destination. Reviews and reports in the international media frequently recognise the quality (...)

  3. Figueira da Foz
Place: Figueira da Foz
Photo: Paulo Magalhães
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    Along the coast of Centro de Portugal
    Wide sandy beaches framed by hillsides and protected by dunes and pinewoods, with fine sand and deep blue choppy seas… such is the coast of Centro de Portugal. Images of great beauty that you can discover on a ride along the coast from Figueira da (...)

  4. Walk on a west Algarve beach
Place: Sotavento
Photo: Turismo do Algarve
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    Algarve: beaches from one end of the coast to the other
    The Algarve coast begins in the Natural Park of Costa Vicentina, an extension of the Alentejo coast. Between Odeceixe and Sagres you hardly seem to be in the Algarve, such are the differences between this area and the eastern and central Algarve. (...)

  5. Ericeira
Place: Ericeira
Photo: Turismo do Estoril
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    Ericeira, Surfing Reserve
    The route following the sea north of Lisbon is one of the most popular tours of the Portuguese coast. Along the way there are some great surprises, like Ericeira, a fishing village with a lot of tradition linked to the sea, now recognised as one of (...)

  6. Praia do Amado
Place: Aljezur
Photo: Turismo do Algarve
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    Vicentina Coast
    The coastal strip between Odeceixe and Burgau is known as the Vincentina Coast, and is a different part of the Algarve, where the preserved nature has a strong, wild character, creating landscapes of breathtaking majesty. This area is part of the (...)

  7. Casino Estoril
Place: Estoril
Photo: Turismo do Estoril
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    Cascais and the Estoril Coast
    Cascais and Estoril, or the coast north of Lisbon, became one of the most cosmopolitan and touristic places in Portugal ever since King Luís I chose the bay for his summer residence in the late 19th century.The mild climate and an annual average of (...)

  8. Design Hotel e Marina
Place: Tróia
Photo: Turismo do Alentejo
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    A weekend in Troia
    Boat trips in search of dolphins, beaches extending as far as the eye can see, restaurants with fresh fish and terraces on the sand... this is the simplest description of a vacation in Troy, ideal for the whole family.About an hour from Lisbon, in (...)

  9. Uma viagem pelo litoral Alentejano
Photo: Turismo do Alentejo
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    The Alentejo Coast
    The Alentejo coast stretches from the mouth of the River Sado to Zambujeira do Mar, and will surprise you for being such a well preserved coastal area, with small havens of sun and beach, hospitable people and good cuisine.From Troia to SinesYou can (...)

  10. Beach
Place: Nazaré
Photo: Turismo de Lisboa
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    Nazaré
    Nazaré beach, with its mild climate and natural beauty, has one of the most ancient traditions connected to fishing in Portugal.The long sandy half-moon shaped beach, which is also the town’s sea front, is known for its grandeur and for the (...)

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