The beaches are one of the main business cards of Portugal, millions of tourists visit the country every year in search of the sun and the sea.
Portugal, along its Atlantic coast of 942 Km, offers an immensity of beaches, more of 500, all different, presenting only one characteristic in common, its rare beauty.
The Algarve region has always been the main bathing area of the country, has 200 km of beaches that can satisfy all tastes, one full and very lively, others deserted and unexplored, some with long sandy beaches, others small between large rocks On the beaches of the Algarve, the sea is generally calm and the water is warm and clear, in its landscapes predominate cliffs and rocks.
Still in the south of the country we have the beaches of southwest Alentejo, quite preserved, there are still almost deserted beaches where the visitor can still be in contact with nature.
In the Lisbon region, we can enjoy the beautiful beaches that start on the Costa de Caparica and extend to Aldeia do Meco, the Estoril, Guincho, Ericeira and Nazaré beaches.
To the north of Lisbon, we find the beaches of the central coast of the Country, known for their very deep sand, limited by dunes and pine forests, by its beaten and agitated sea of a very dark blue.
Finally, the beaches of the northern region, of equal beauty, but of cooler waters and rough sea.
Not forgetting the beaches of the Portuguese islands, the one of Porto Santo with its incomparable beach of 9 km and the beaches of volcanic origin of the Azores.
Not so, the most of 200 river beaches scattered from north to south of the country.
All the coast, and also the interior, in the case of the fluvial beaches, present beaches, generally, safe and watched, with services of quality support, many of them with blue flag (320).
Who does not like to take a walk by the sea, listen to the sound of the sea and extend in the sun? Let's discover all the beaches of Portugal.
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