If you’re anything like me, then you’ll agree that a beach holiday is the best kind of holiday. Why? Well, becausethere’s nothing better than being able to sit back, relax and let all your worries float away in the company of beautiful scenery and warm sunshine, right?However, I’m sure there are some people out there who’d argue that all beach holidays are the same. After all, how different one beach be different from another when it has sand, sea and sunbeds?
Well, whether you’re an individual who believes the latter, or if you’re a beach-lover who’s looking for a beach holiday in 2013 that will blow all the other beaches you’ve visited out of the water, then here’s my run-down of the best beaches to visit in the beautiful country of Portugal – because trust me, the region has some amazing ones…
1. Praia da Rocha, Algarve
Now, I’m sure when you try to name some places in Portugal, the first place you probably think of is the Algarve – after all, it’s one of the areas most famous regions. So, it’s only natural that you should go there to view some of the most stunning beaches. The Praia de Rocha in the Algarve boasts white sand, turquoise waters and breath-taking cliff landscapes. As it’s a relatively popular beach, it has a busy and vibrant atmosphere with people of all ages visiting it – so it’ll be perfect if you’ want to have a little fun whilst on your holiday! Trust me, you won’t be left disappointed!
2. Tavira, Algarve
If you’re also visiting the Algarve region, but you’re after a beach that provides a little more peace and quiet, then the Tavira beach, situated near the Spanish border of Andalusia will be perfect for you. With picturesque views, and the ability to visit three other isolated beaches nearby, you can have your pick of relaxing on whichever beach takes your fancy! This beach offers a plethora of villas and hotels satiated around the region, so you can rent out a villa such as those from http://www.PortugalProperty.com, or you can book you and your family in a luxury hotel, and explore every single one of the beaches each day at a time!
3. Santo Andre, Alentejo
The Santo Andre coastline, situated just above the Algarve is another popular beach in Portugal. But, rather than just offering the standard beach and sea setting, the Santo Andre beach offers two tranquil lagoons that offer calm and warm waters for swimmers!
Ella Mason, an experienced freelance writer, wrote this article. Ella specialises in providing useful travel and holiday advice to others.