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 (...)
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 (...)
Right by Vila Nova Milfontes, one of the most popular resorts on the Alentejan coastline, Franquia Beach is separated from the adjoining Farol Beach by a rocky outcrop. This river beach provides the ideal water conditions for children, as well as, (...)
In order to differentiate between means of accesses originating at the car park, the long stretch of sand making up Galé Beach is divided into two, named after their respective locations - East and West.Surrounded by golden cliffs, Galé Beach is (...)
Accessible by ferry service from Olhão in an approximate 15 minute crossing, the Ilha da Armona island is part of the cordon of small islets separating the Ria Formosa estuary from the sea. Falling within the Natural Park, this island is on the (...)
The mostly southerly point of the Portuguese mainland, the Ilha da Barreta or Deserta is one of the island-barriers of the Ria Formosa Natural Park forming a divide between the marshes and the sea. Accessible only via ferry service (available (...)
Part of the Ria Formosa Natural Park, the Ilha da Culatra is one of the island-barriers separating the sea from the estuary. Accessible only by the ferry service departing from Olhão, the Beach is free of any motorised vehicles ensuring peace and (...)
Separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Ria Formosa estuary and part of the area protected by Natural Park status, the Ilha da Fuzeta islands is located in front of the similarly named settlement with access gained only by boat from either Fuzeta or (...)
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