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Stretching from Lagos pretty much to Portimao, the Meia Praia is a gorgeous long crescent shaped stretch of golden sand. The dunes behind host a number of good beach bars and restaurants. Good for a walk.. a long wall along the shore
In Portuguese Meia Praia means "half beach", presumably because the miles of golden sand are interrupted by the entrance to Alvor harbour. It must be the biggest half beach in the world....
The sandy beach, backed by dunes, has lifeguards in the summer. The sea...More
Beautiful beach with plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas. Also a few restaurants along the beach serving great food at reasonable prices. Just be aware waves can be very strong at times and not really suitable for children swimming. Towards the end of the beach is...More
Without a doubt one of the finest beaches in the world. I believe I walked eight km on it the afternoon I visited, from the family end to the nude optional end and back. Also, the food and drinks are very inexpensive, too. Definitely a...More
This is a lovely beach stretching several kilometres, it's very quiet and it's always easy to find a secluded spot with few people about. The sand is lovely and there is absolutely no litter on the Beach. Pleasant to sit and watch the boats go...More
Sorry a bit late in answering. There is a road train service that runs from Lagos by the marina to the last part of meia Praia beach by Sol restaurant. Get of here and then go past Sol and down wooden walkway turn left and... More
Sorry a bit late in answering. There is a road train service that runs from Lagos by the marina to the last part of meia Praia beach by Sol restaurant. Get of here and then go past Sol and down wooden walkway turn left and walk along the beach until you pass a large brick wall amongst sand dunes and then you will “see” the naturist part, although it’s not an official one so you might get asked to put your costumes back on, but I’ve been there many years and only been told to once