3 Beaches in Portugal are ranked among “The Safest Beaches in Europe” according to the European Best Destination travel website.
You have been staying at home for months and what you definitely need is space, fresh air, sun but also and above all a safe place for you and your family.
The safest beaches in Europe (Covid-19) were selected on the basis of various criteria such as a low number of people infected by the coronavirus (from 10 to 600 times fewer cases of Covid-19), the size of the beaches and the number of square meters available for each person on the beach.
These destinations have also been selected on the basis of the large offer of private villas, tourist apartments, small or medium-sized hotels with specific health charter and commitments to travelers, such as cleaning and room disinfection service after each stay, respect for social distancing.
Discover the longest and safest beaches for a summer holiday in Europe. These beaches, some of which are over 100km long, are perfect for safe holidays: even at the peak of the season, keeping your distance will not be a problem.
Alentejo – Portugal
Sometimes one can stay for hours on this beach and not come across anyone. Until recently, Madonna used to ride her horse on this beach on Sunday mornings and enjoy the tranquility of this 20km long beach (12 miles). She should not have left Comporta because the Alentejo is one of the regions least affected by Coronavirus in Europe (up to 600 times less cases of Coronavirus in the Alentejo than in any other region of Europe).
Portugal has hundreds of kilometers of magnificent beaches along its coastline, perfect for a family holiday. Comporta beach is just a few kilometers from Lisbon, one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe.
Comporta is never overcrowded even in July or August and it offers tourist apartments, private villas, and small sized hotels. There’s always plenty of space for a beach umbrella and a beach towel.
Good to know: Portugal has implemented “Safe and Clean” labels to guarantee accommodation that meets all health measures.
- Porto Santo Beach
Porto Santo – Madeira Islands – Portugal
Portugal is considered to be one of the safest destinations this summer: some regions as The Azores, The Alentejo and The Algarve are relatively spared compared to the rest of Europe. Madeira is even the least affected region of Portugal.
After months of confinement it is a perfect destination to relax in nature. Madeira is an archipelago made up of several islands. There is Madeira, the main island but also other small islands like Porto Santo.
The golden sandy beaches of Porto Santo are world famous. In addition to being perfect for farniente, they are famous for the therapeutic virtues of its sand. This is called “Psammotherapy” (hot sands). Porto Santo Spa alternates seawater treatments and warm sand treatments; these are perfect for what you need most now.
- Meia Praia
Lagos – Algarve – Portugal
The Algarve is one of the regions least affected by Coronavirus in Europe and Lagos is one of the least affected town in the Algarve. With up to 40 times fewer cases than in the most affected European regions, the Algarve is a favorite destination for travelers looking for safe destinations this summer.
Lagos has a very nice historic center with traditional shops, trendy bars and cafes, a fruit and fish market and some magnificient beaches. The largest beach in Lagos is “Meia Praia”.
Nearly 5km of golden sand await you on this very long beach. Even in high season you won’t have to « struggle » to find some square meters of fine golden sand around you and safety distances will be respected.
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