The Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina Natural Park is one of Portugal’s most incredible places, so its beaches are not far behind. In this article, get to know those I recommend on a next visit to the region.
From the vast sands with the beaten sea to the Óbidos Lagoon’s calm waters, there are numerous extraordinary beaches to visit between São Pedro de Moel and Foz do Arelho, in Portugal.
It’s not just me saying this, but eight other Portuguese travelers who accepted my invitation to talk about their favorite beaches in Portugal. If you don’t know them yet, it’s worth discovering these places by the sea.
Does beach sand will ever disappear? It sounds impossible, but it’s a reality. If the levels of sand extraction continue to today’s rhythm, it’s entirely possible that in 2100 some beaches will be a beautiful memory. Don’t know how this can happen? Environmental hazard? Continue reading this article.
If you can’t stand the confusion of Costa da Caparica or the exorbitant prices in Algarve, the beaches in Alentejo may well be the ideal option in the summer months. And you don’t even have to go far from Lisbon.
Known for its historical sites but also along its shoreline, these beaches in Sri Lanka will get you to spread the towel and catch some waves.
Portugal and its coast. From north to south, the list of wonderful beaches is vast. But when we talk of warm waters and fine sand, Algarve appears right at the top.