After surfing all day well deserved a coffee to regain our strength. This small restaurant next to the beach has exceptional views of the sea, you need to go down almost to the beach, so leave the car in the upland area and walk down.
The Miramar beach, 250 meters long, is situated near the beach of do Senhor da Pedra and the chapel of the same name. Part of the coast of Vila Nova de Gaia and it runs the nearly 18 miles of beaches in the Portuguese town. In the
Ofir Beach in the town of the same name is located very close to Esposende which is a tourist resort in the north of Portugal. It's a huge beach, the kind that invite you to travel from one side to the other doing sports or simply
It is a beautiful place. Portugal is a place you should discover from end to end ... Esposende is a quiet beach town. The water is is a little cold but that isn't so important when the site is cool ... I recommend it.
Moledo Beach is a great beach in every way. There's plenty of white sand and it boasts a terrific location in the Portuguese town of Camina and Vila Praia de Ancora. This beach is often frequented by a lot of Galicians who like to go
Next to the recreation area of Parque das Taipas , on the banks of the river Ave, is the "beach of Guimaraes". It's a beautiful, natural environment with walking trails, a picnic area with tables and stone benches, and a beach bar.
The main attraction of the small fishing town of Apulia is its wide beach, which is award the blue flag standard for its quality and cleanliness. Along its coast, before even entering the town, you come across kilometers of fine
Cedóvem, the beach is located a little outside the historic center of Apulia, when going towards the north. It begins near the windmills and extends for several kilometers. It has great sand, but there a lot of rocks, so bathing is
The Aguda beach,which is 420 meters long, is one of the most visited beaches of the coastal area of Vila Nova de Gaia. Besides walking, you can reach it walking along the pedestrian walk that passes through the nearly 18 miles of
Following Redonda beach is Salgueira beach, only separated by the Esplanada do Carvalhido. As I said though, the beaches have different names, but are identical. In short, Blue Flag, long stretch of golden sand, windy summer frequent
Soft Sea Beach is across from Fort of San Juan Bautista and the Cávado estuary. It's Blue Flag and is integrated within the Natural Park of the North Coast. It's an extensive beach of fine golden sand and crystal blue waters, though
It is a lovely long beach (about 3 or 4 km) in the bird sanctuary do Mindelo, surrounded by dunes so there are areas without access. Another attraction is the low influx of people, and its golden sand. I recommend you go prepared for
At the mouth of the Douro there's a beach called Praia do Titan, it's in Matosinhos and can be easily reached by metro. The beach is very nice and well maintained, if dirty. Besides the beach and the dam, there's a walkway that runs