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The Pinhão beach is for me certainly the best beach in Lagos.
Smaller than Dona Ana beach but wider than Camilo beach, the Pinhão beach offers all you can dream of. It is not that crowded as Dona Ana or Camilo, but it is advisable...More
Although beach has some incredible rock and sand formations, it was a bit tricky to find, and once we got there a bit sketchy. I would not recommend visiting in the evening or think it's a good place to swim.
Praia do Pinhão is a typical quiet, sandy cove, and, as with most other beaches in Lagos, this one also offers some beautiful views.
However, the stairs leading down to the sand are a bit of a challenge, not because of the number of stairs...More
There are a string of small beaches just south of the town that are worth a visit. Despite being only a few minutes walk away they do not have an urban feel. The cliffs protect you from the town. You may need to brave the...More
We absolutely loved this beach as we ended up swimming to 4 other small secluded beaches - all with stunning views, caves, tunnels and the most amazing scenery. We were here on a hot summers day on 18 July and it was not too busy...More
People come here to swim. But dont stay just only on one beach. Make a walk IN water to go along the distance from the Batata and Estudantes beaches to Pinhão beach. Wear swimming suite or something short so that you dont fear to be...More
It's a beautiful small and quiet beach where you can stay all day and relax. The view is great and it connects to other smaller beaches, ending in Praia dos Estudantes using small passages through the surrounding cliffs. After 4 PM those small beaches gets...More
Love the beach, it's a bit smaller than batata beach but much cozier! A mix of people, locals, tourists and families! They also have a great restaurant at the top of the stairs called mar cafe where you can enjoy your lunch with a beautiful...More