The beach looks great, like many in Algarve with these beautiful rocks. But the drop as you walk in the water is too big for most children, spoiling the fun of seeing them roam a bit more freely.
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There's 3 parts to this beach, each getting less crowded as you move away from the cafe. Last is accessed through an arch. There were 22 fixed Beach umbrellas available, bit in august by 11am all of these are taken. Headed to the cave to...More
This Praia is the first we have visited in Algarve. Sandy (orange colour) with low amount of rocks in a beatiful coloured and freezing water. Ten minutes walking to reach, it is surely worth a visit and a dive..in the blue ocean! There is also...More
We picked to visit this beach having read reviews. A quick drive from Albufeira but warning not to follow google map directions which tried to take us down a road that didn't exist - just drive into the village, follow the brown signs for the...More
Lovely cove with interesting rock for,actions in beautiful colours, very pretty. Clear waters with great sand. Good facilities on beach. In beautiful surrounding area of Sesmarias.
Best sand in the world. I like these soft medium grain sand beaches, reminds me of Hawaii. This is a small beach, with a couple other beaches within a short walking distance over some rock dune paths will incredible ambiance. There's a lot of rocks...More
Fabulous beach with a bar overlooking, very quiet normally and sensational views, lovely sandy beach and picturesque cliffs of contrasting colours. Brought our kids back after 20 odd years. Last here as toddlers, now adults about to leave University. They love it and the area....More
Beach tavern with both snacks and meals on offer. Generous portions of food. Family friendly and casual. Fabulous views of lovely, golden beach, sparkling blue sea and crashing waves. Wonderful spot. Lifeguard on duty on the beach. Food is fairly standard fare for the area,...More