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  1. Praia da Quinta do Lago
    Beaches
    Praia da Quinta do Lago
    Part of the Ria Formosa Natural Park, the beauty of the Quinta do Lago Beach extends over 3.5 kilometres and is separated from the luxury tourist resort of the same name by the estuary. Benefiting from top quality support infrastructures including (...)

  2. Praia da Rocha
Place: Portimão
Photo: Associação da Bandeira Azul Europa
    Beaches
    Praia da Rocha
    Located by the mouth of the Arade river, Rocha Beach extends over a huge area of sand some 3 kilometres long irregularly broken up by odd rock formations that the sea has been carving out throughout tens of thousands of years. Regularly the chosen (...)

  3. Praia da Rocha Baixinha
Place: Albufeira
Photo: Helio Ramos - Turismo do Algarve
    Beaches
    Praia da Rocha Baixinha
    Popularly known as "Praia dos Tomates" (Tomato Beach) given the plants growing by one of the points of access, Rocha Baixinha Beach is a peaceful area in the far east of the long Falésia Beach and a favourite destination for many of Portugal's (...)

  4. Praia da Torreira
    Beaches
    Praia da Torreira
    Flanked by dunes, Torreira Beach lies on the coastal cordon separating the Ria de Aveiro estuary from the sea ensuring that visitors, while only having to move a few metres, may opt between the open sea with its good surfing waves or the calm of the (...)

  5. Praia de Afife
    Beaches
    Praia de Afife
    A huge expanse of sand reached by protective wooden walkways leading through the dunes, Afife Beach is a good example of respect for the natural environmental quality.The strong waves create good surfing conditions while the southern area of the (...)

  6. Beaches
    Praia de Buarcos
    The Mondego Cape appears as a sweeping extension of the Serra da Boa Viagem mountains and serves to protect the large sandy expanse of Buarcos Beach from strong northerly winds thereby creating a calmer sea that has become popular for windsurfing. (...)

  7. Praia de Cabanas-Mar
    Beaches
    Praia de Cabanas-Mar
    On the eastern limit of the Ria Formosa Natural Park is the small settlement of Cabanas, founded by fishermen who came from across Portugal to settle here at the beginning of the 20th century in order to go tuna fishing. The ferry service leaves (...)

  8. Praia de Caminha - Foz do Minho
Place: Caminha
Photo: RTAM
    Beaches
    Praia de Caminha / Foz do Minho
    Set in an area of great natural beauty by the mouth of the Minho river and surrounded by the pines making up the Mata Nacional do Camarido protected area, Caminha or Camarido Beach is located at the most north-westerly point of the Portuguese (...)

  9. Praia de Mira
    Beaches
    Praia de Mira
    Known as the Palheiros (Huts) of Mira due to the wooden constructions used by the fishermen, throughout the first half of the 20th century Mira Beach was a fishing village with its daily life well depicted in the Ethnographic Museum exhibition to be (...)

  10. Praia de Moledo
    Beaches
    Praia de Moledo
    A very famous tourist resort since the beginning of the 20th century, Moledo Beach brings in the families of politicians and other dignitaries who seek it out year after year in preference to the hotter sands of the south.In an area of great natural (...)

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