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The acess to the beach must be made by boat or wait till the low tide to cross walking. We prefer do it by boat (by 1.5€/adult and 1€/child from 4 to 10).
I recomend you to take ALL you need with you because there...More
If you have small or not so small kids, this is a beach they will love, especially when the tide is low. Crabs, fishes, small ponds of sea water, there is a world of adventures to live for the small ones in the middle of...More
I read the TripAdvisor review and thought: we have to see this.
It's really a nice relaxed place to visit.
But I don't think it deserves the first place ranking it has now.
It's nice that there aren't hotels and just 2 restaurants, but...More
The village has a large parking in front of it. We went there late afternoon and the tide was still low, so we were able to go quite far inland and benefited from a beautiful large view of the coast and the sea. It was...More
If anything, this is even more lovely than the excellent Praia do Barril. You can only get to this beach by crossing an estuary at low tide, and then its 300-400m walk. The parking is limited. All of this means, the beach isn't crowded. When...More
Beautiful and wild beach, near Cacela Velha, that can be reached by foot, very good quality water, during summer time parcking dificulte. It is located on the sand barrier and actualy can be reached by foot.
This is very pretty and peaceful with a lovely graveyard, white British style telephone box and fortifications. Tremendously long walk down steps to the beach and a shortage of parking. Not terribly good if you are less than mobile but the views are spectacular.
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As far as I know the official answer is 'no'. There are signs at all the beaches (from Altura to Mata Rota certainly) prohibiting dogs but in practice many people do bring them and they seem to be tolerated. I hope this... More
As far as I know the official answer is 'no'. There are signs at all the beaches (from Altura to Mata Rota certainly) prohibiting dogs but in practice many people do bring them and they seem to be tolerated. I hope this helps