If you, like us, are one of those people who get into the water on their toes and immediately shrink your belly, we got you! Today, we bring you 5 beaches with warm water in Portugal. They’re all located in the South of Portugal and, besides the warm water, they are all very instagrammable.
The selection we bring you was made by the Brazilian magazine “Viagens e Turismo” and, if the Brazilian people think the water on these beaches is hot, we should believe them!!
São Torpes Beach, Sines
On the Alentejo coast, we find the beach of São Torpes. There, the water temperature can reach 30ºC. It’s a very attractive destination with clear and transparent waters. There is a thermoelectric power station at the bottom of the beach, which may be the explanation for the warm temperatures. (TripAdvisor)
Manta Rota Beach, Vila Real de Santo António
At the border of Portugal with Spain, there is the Manta Rota Beach. This beach is very extense, which makes it the perfect beach for the lovers of hiking. Integrated into the Ria Formosa Natural Park, this beach is located in a bay, explaining the warm water of the sea. It’s one of the busiest beaches in the region of Algarve. (TripAdvisor)
Praia da Rocha, Portimão
As the name implies, this beach is surrounded by rocks, which transform it into a true natural beauty. The rocks also concentrate the water making its temperature quite warm! It’s a very popular beach, frequented by tourists of all ages. There are many cafes near the beach, so you won’t get bored during the days and nights. (TripAdvisor)
Ilha do Pessegueiro Beach, Sines
In the Southwest Alentejo and Vicentine Coast Natural Park, we find the Ilha do Pessegueiro Beach. It’s a small piece of land located in Porto Covo. It has a beautiful and charming beach that even deserved a tribute of the singer Rui Veloso. (TripAdvisor)
Marinha Beach, Lagos
The Marinha Beach is considered one of the 100 most beautiful beaches in the world! This beach is all lined with picturesque cliffs that concentrate the water and make it very warm. It’s an attractive beach in the Algarve and, in any small part of it, you can take a photo worthy of a postcard. (TripAdvisor)
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