Sagres Beaches

Martinhal Beach

A sandy expanse sheltered from the prevailing waves and westerly winds. The calm and crystal waters of this beach call for magnificent days. In the summer months in particular, the beach is internationally renowned for its ideal windsurfing conditions. The Islands of Martinhal, set a short distance from the beach, are famous for their rocky crags and underwater caves and form an essential part of the scenery. The high dunes of warm, soft sand are sloped perfectly for you to stretch out your towel. However, if you feel like stretching your legs, visit adjacent Rebolinhos beach. Set around by cliffs, this peach of pebbles (rebolinhos) is surrounded by well preserved coastal scrubland that will enthral nature fans.
Distance from Hotel: 10 minutes walk
By car: Leaving the town of Sagres in the direction of Vila do Bispo, follow the road with signs to the resort of Martinhal, leading to the beach around 2Km away
Restaurants: 2 beach restaurants serving fresh grilled fish
Good for: tranquil bathing in calm waters, fresh fish lunches, admiring the marvellous Islands of Martinhal, windsurfing.

Mareta Beach

Inside the town of Sagres, Mareta bay shelters the extensive sands from the prevailing waves and winds. The sheer limestone cliffs at both ends of the beach create a natural shelter so that the sea is calm for bathing. Numerous underwater caves attract divers and give the place an air of adventure and action that awakens our imagination. The evening light, the boats, the locals fishing along the cliffs - these are things you will always remember.
Distance from Hotel: 10 minutes walk through the town
Directions: from Sagres town centre go down towards the sea.
Restaurants: 2 beach restaurants serving fresh grilled fish
Good for: tranquil bathing in calm waters, renting a Kayak, fresh fish lunches, the evening light, the calm waters of this splendid bay

Tonel Beach

This beach is set in a cove stretching from the headland of Ponta de Sagres to Cape St. Vicente. At the foot of the cliffs, whose warm-colours define the sand, we can see the 16th century Sagres Fortress on one side and on the other Cape St. Vicente, whose lighthouse marks safe passage for ships as they corner the extreme south of Europe. After a dip in the lively sea, have a drink at the beach bar and admire the surfers as they plough down the coast's constant waves. Although this is one of the most visited beaches, due its proximity to the town, finding a peaceful spot only takes a short walk.
Distance from Hotel: 1 km / 2 minutes by car
Directions: from Sagres town centre, go in the direction of the fortress for 500m. You will see a sign to Tonel Beach on the right;
Restaurants: 1 beach restaurant serving drinks and snacks to the sounds of Reggae music.
Good for: being close to the town of Sagres and secluded at the same time; swimming in rough seas, surfing and windsurfing.

Beliche Beach

To get to this beach you need to descend a long set of stone steps. You will find a true shelter within a cove that seems like it has been hewn from the warm colours of the tall cliffs that surround it. The caves also help make this beach a unique place. The waves that rise over the perfect, sheltered sands make this place a must for the surfers and bodyboarders who visit Sagres.
Distance from Hotel: 4 km / 5 minutes by car
Directions: from Sagres town centre, go in the direction of Cape St. Vicente, following the EN 268 for around 3km
Restaurants: beach restaurant serving drinks and snacks to the sounds of Reggae music.
Good for: surfing, kayaking

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