Photo: Praia da Rocha, Portimão
2. Praia da Rocha
We go from a little known beach to one of the most famous and tourist sites in our country. Praia da Rocha is famous ... and it deserves to be! Located in the Algarve, in Portimão, this beach has a kilometre of sandy stretch, bathed by the limpid waters of the ocean where the water is warmest.
Being in the heart of the Algarve, this beach will invite you to enjoy many days of sunshine and warmth, extending the invitation for a dip in the warm waters or resting for hours on the local esplanades. Next to this beach you can still enjoy the best of the Algarve nightlife.
3. Almograve Beach
We leave the Algarve to introduce you to one of the beaches in the Odemira region. Located in the Alentejo, Almograve Beach is composed of two parts, being able to choose the side where the beautiful cliffs are imposed or the one where the dunes and the sand are extended. Although the natural beauty of this beach is enough to make the visit a must, the truth is that, as far as amenities are concerned, this is one of the best. Here you can enjoy resorts, restaurants and bars.
Photo: Praia dos Galapos, Setúbal © Newsonly.gr
4. Galapos Beach
Closer to the Portuguese capital, more specifically in Setúbal, in the green arms of Serra da Arrábida, you will find Galapos Beach. Born in the tellurian bosom of green vegetation, this beach has white, fine sand and a clear ocean kiss.
This beach will be perfect for nature lovers and for those who wish to take a dive under the sea.
5. Beach of Samoqueira
Finally, we will present you one of the most beautiful Portuguese beaches. On the bottom of the steps and far from having the infrastructures of the rest of the mentioned beaches, you will find a small beach, surrounded by cliffs and vegetation, where visitors are invited to live the dream of being embraced by nature. Here you can count on white sand and the tepid kiss of the sea, and still have a beautiful geological structure where a natural cave has formed. When the tide is low, it connects to another small beach that disappears completely with the tidal rise of the sea.