The beaches are very clean and spacious. We loved to watch the beach soccer matches in the stadium and to play soccer in the evenings. The surf school Nazare is very friendly and has very enthousiastic teachers.
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Praia de Nazaré is a long and wide beach spreading along the city. There is enough space and the coast is filled with restaurants with delicious cuisine. There is the amazing view from the old town, which is placed on the top of the rock....More
Probably one of the best place in the told for dancing on the waves on a board. Considered to have +100 feet waves to beat world records. Very well organized to receive the tourists. Plenty of places to lodge, be it hotels or motels or...More
This beach was lovely to visit! The waves were big but fun, and you could rent tents for only 7 euro a day! The whole area and beach boulavard was pleasant and spent most of my week here! Very clean too!
This is one of the biggest beaches in Portugal and possibly in Europe. The sand is not the nicest to walk barefoot as their are alot of broken shells. The water is cold, very cold and the waves are strong. The water pushes you back...More
It was a bit breezy when we went, but still enjoyed the beach quite a bit. The view of the ocean is beautiful and there are many attractions for kids to enjoy while moms and dads watch. The tram to the top of the mountain...More
Suggest visiting the town of Nazare, drive along the Esplanade and go up to the southern headland lookout, rest and imbibe the view at the Taberna Afficion whilst there.