Portuguese Beaches Worth Visiting
August is gone, but it is still not time to say goodbye to summer, there is still a lot of hot days and Portuguese beaches are worth visiting, even in winter.
Most isolated Portuguese beaches
The Ribeira do Cavalo beach in Sesimbra is considered one of the most beautiful in the Country. It’s wildness is ideal for the nature lovers, being advised to use sports shoes.
The Coelhos beach is just about 10km from Setúbal, a good alternative to Arrábida most known beaches. Since this one is a little more off from the main road, the fastest way to get there is to leave the car and cross a little path by feet.
Portuguese beaches to swim
São Martinho do Porto beach is one that attracts more attention, due to it’s shell shape. With calm waters it’s perfect to go as a family, where you can swim at will.
Foz do Arelho beach can make an autentic 2 in 1, since it’s a place were a river with the sea, you can enjoy swiming in a lake as well as in open sea, without great currents.
Portuguese beaches to take a perfect beach
Marinha beach, in Lagoa, Algarve, is perfect to feature in instagram, with it’s heart shaped rock, often visited just to take pictures.
Samoqueira beach with it’s movie worthy landscape is located in Porto Covo. Between the caves, small islands and even a sweet water waterfall, it’s here that you’ll make everyone in your social networks skip a breath.