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The water was cold, which is typical for northern Portugal in September. The lovely sandbar where a river feeds into the ocean makes it a perfect hangout for families with small children. We were impressed with the number of nice looking and fit young people...More
Great beach for all, very large, all sand. It shelves into the water quickly but there’s a sand bar straight after it so not so deep. Great for surfing (I watched not participated), you can body surf in on the waves. No large stones or...More
I thoroughly enjoy this beach. It has adequate surf and amenities. Plus its got a nice river mouth for family and children to enjoy the water when the surf is too rough and/or cold. To be honest this is the beach that makes me want...More
My wife and I rented a motorcycle and ended up at this beach by way of a small unmarked road. The parking at the top was a long way from the beach so we turned around and drove right to the front with the other...More
A lovely sandy beach with a shallow river running into the sea. Fabulous location for families with children who can experience the sea and the river and explore the river and rocks.
Ample parking in the area and there are also some eateries next to...More
This is a pretty seaside village, with a safe beachs, a nice winding road along the beach, and a pleasant pedestrian shopping area. We stopped here on the drive south back to Lisbon.Nice sunset good restaurants.
The Lizandro beach is well known for being a beginners surf beach. When we were there the conditions and weather were terrible so no one was out. It seems to be very small and narrow with it’s triangle shape and gets probably overcrowded when the...More
This beach is perfect if you have children. There is a river that runs from the sea which allows younger children to play safely in slightly warmer water that is only max 4 feet deep. For those looking for waves the sea is right there...More