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Praia de Albandeira is an idyllic small beach that in contrast to most other beaches has no stones in the water on the left side. When the tide is low, you can walk through the rock tunnel to get to the neighbor beach and an...More
Lovely beach with sand all the way into the sea, no seaweed or broken shells when we visited. No problems parking at 4pm at end of July. Access is via road with lots of single track passing spaces which was easy with a small car.
Between Quarteira and Carvoeira on the Algarve coast you'll find this little gem of a beach tucked away. Just a short piece of dirt road needs to be driven.
Tide was high when I came and still it was stunning.
There's work being done to...More
We went to this beach because the last time we were in the Algarve two years ago, this was our favourite beach. We were a little disappointed this time. The rock formations are amazing and just how we remembered it. This time we noticed a...More
typical Algarvian beach but with a great feeling about it. Difficult to find, lovely setting, romantic, small yet practical and with a good restaurant to eat and drink. Absolutely amazing at sunset with great colours and a great view of the arch
We visited this beach in March and the scenery is stunning. There were not a lot of people there at the time, most were enjoying the beautiful rocks, cliffs and views. One thing to be mindful of is the time that the high tide comes...More
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This review if it is permitted by the TA adjudicators is intended to warn but not put off future travellers, not just here but all beaches out of season and unattended by life...More
Yes, the beach is lovely (similar to praia da Maringa I would say), however I probably wouldnt spend the whole day here. A) it is not a commercial beach so less people go her, but as the beach is fairly small it can get crowded...More