4.5 based on 230 reviews
The white sand beach is very nice with open beach on either side of the established beach. There are two restaurants, though I think the food at Pego Beach was better.
5 based on 127 reviews
The experience was outstanding, so worth every cent! We went to meet donkeys before the riding and the horses were well taken care of, seemed happy and healthy. There was about a 15 minute ride thru the forest before we reached the beach and IT WAS AMAZING! The views, Luis (the host) and the experience in all was amazing. Book now!
4.5 based on 63 reviews
An amazing golden sand beach line stretching for more than 20 kms. Easy sand road access to a beach with no crowd. A must go!!
4.5 based on 51 reviews
The beach was OK, if a little windy. The car parking here is free, unlike some other nearby Beaches, but the parking area and the surrounding properties are very rundown and there seemed to be people wild camping there and they were untidy.
A good lagoon for bird watching.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Tuesday to Friday: 10 am >>17h Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: 10 '17h. closed on Monday and on days 1 May 24 and 25 December and 1 January.
We took both tours with a lovely young lady who's English was marvoulus, she was very knowledgeable, educational, and had great since of humour. The total cost was 10euro. The tour was very informative and we had a super afternoon. The local guide dog was very friendly, I hope he is still ok, would recommend this museum to all my friends. We especially liked the little quiz we had the highest score!
5 based on 4 reviews
It’s at a peaceful and wild beauty landscape, where nature and tranquility merge, that the Brejinho wines are produced. Under the best portuguese sun, joined by the close Atlantic and a sandy soil, you’ll find truly unforgettable wines…
Fizemos em grupo uma visita a esta quinta, para fazer uma prova de vinho apenas por conhecer e gostar do vinho desta casa. Fomos surpreendidos com uma excelente recepção, com uma visita por todas as instalações com explicações detalhadas de todo o processo, e até uma visita às futuras instalações. Desde a prova do vinho directamente do barril, a uma fantástica prova de vinhos ao ar livre num cenário inimaginável, com prova de produtos regionais para acompanhar. De salientar o atendimento/acompanhamento de todo o pessoal envolvido na prova, simpatia e disposição para esclarecer qualquer dúvida ou capricho.
No final, a visita à loja é uma perdição, tendo os vinhos à disposição para compra, e ninguém consegue sair de "mãos a abanar", com tanta variedade e qualidade para nos satisfazer.
Valeu em todos os aspectos e iremos voltar mais vezes.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
This small museum mis installed in the church of “São Sebastião and is presenting a permanent collection of sculptures and decorative arts. The entrance is for free.
And from here it is only a few steps away to the Jardim de 1 de Maio, a park where you can sit or walk
3.5 based on 3 reviews
4 based on 2 reviews
This building is from the 18th century, and considered one of the most important Noble houses of the city of Grandola, you can see this on the shield from Francisco Paula Frayão Metello who is above the entrance. The house is today turned into a museum, and is also a Cultural Patrimonial of Grandola.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
On our way home, we had a short stopover in the small town called Grandola, in order to made a walk in the historical part of the town The Igreja Matriz is one item aong the several to visit in this town, and she is possebly built in the 15th century, is in a real good shape and compared to the other churches in Portugal, is the inside kept very sober and not as luxures. But nice to see.
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