We loved this beach, visited once with the kids and by far there favourite. When the tide comes down you are left with small pockets of water which created mini pools, the kids where safely kept entertained all day in these
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I have been traveling to this same sport for the last ten years. It is always worth the journey. Even though the weekends can be quite crowded because many people from Lisbon fancy a day on the beach, during the week it is perfect: many...More
We were welcomed into an empty bar and was kindly shown a table, understanding that we have a slight language barrier we managed to order, our server seemed kind and nice but overall service was quite poor, we waited over 10 min for our drinks....More
This was our local beach during our holiday. It has miles and miles of soft white sand, very gentle slope into the sea meaning that it is great for kids and perfect waves for practicing surfing. The beach was practically empty for the whole of...More
Several km of an excellent beach just across the river Tejo, near Lisbon. Plenty of space to stay on the sand and sand dune, or swim on the ocean.
We hiked for an hour through the pine forest above the beach on a warm afternoon in February. We had regular and good views of different aspects of beach and sea life with its walkers, runners, fishermen and surfers before heading down to walk to...More
I love this beach and every time I spend the summer in Portugal, I make sure I visit here. It's a stunning praia that stretches for many miles to the north and south with little or no development apart from the village of Fonte da...More
It's a really good beach with lots of bars and restaurants to eat good snacks. The major problems are the accesses. They need to improved! Visited in April 2015
Lots of parking , lots of beach. restaurants , beach shops. enjoyed this beach and visited a few times. look forward to going back.