Anybody visiting modern Costa de Caparica can only experience difficulty in trying to imagine the small fishing village of squat houses and peaceful streets that existed just a short while ago. The last half of the 20th century saw this town undergo (...)
Costa de Caparica - Terras da Costa, Acácias e Medos
Following the town of Costa da Caparica comes an expanse of sands that goes on to cover an approximate 30 kilometres through as far as Fonte da Telha and which mostly falls within the Arriba Fóssil (Fossil Cliff) Protected Area of Costa de Caparica. (...)
One of the most famous of the Lagos region, Meia Praia runs over some 5 kilometres of sand between the Marina and the Alvor estuary, with the eastern extent known as São Roque Beach.In addition to being near the railway station, this Beach has means (...)
Located in the district of Matosinhos, Azul or Conchinha beach (as it is also known) is located beside the promenade, which makes access easier and provides various types of support facilities. The sea, which is almost always very rough, offers good (...)
Praia Azul is an extensive sandy beach, completely ringed by the road that provides holidaymakers with access to this very pleasant leisure area, fully supplied with all the necessary equipment and support facilities. Blessed with a beautiful (...)
By the Serra d´el Rei, flanked by a golf course and right by the Lagoa de Óbidos lagoon, this calm and spacious Beach awaits. Its clear waters provide for excellent fishing while the force of the waves here ensures it is a favourite among surfers.
Nestling between cliffs artistically sculpted out by the sea, Adraga Beach is a firm summer favourite but also enjoys a loyal off-season clientele. They come for the well-preserved and natural environment to which the rocks, grottoes and tunnels add (...)
Located halfway between Gaia and Espinho, Aguda Beach covers an expanse of sand running from Miramar in the north through to Granja to the south.With its strong waves, this Beach has a good following in the surfing community while the many species (...)
This huge beach is flanked by dunes and to the north by a dark rock formation that, according to locals, forms the shape of a giant lying down. As Amoreira Beach lies on the mouth of a small river there is the option between freshwater or saltwater (...)
A firm favourite among both surfers and bodyboarders, Amorosa Beach also draws in families from across the north of Portugal, some of whom have holiday homes in the area.The beach is reached over a wooden walkway in order to protect the dunes in the (...)
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