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All reviews beautiful beach dirt road left path nudist beach white sand climb down rock formations rugged coastline sturdy shoes huge rocks westernmost point fit enough hiking boots bus stop the atlantic ocean by foot an amazing view
This was not on our travel plan, but one of our Tuk Tuk drivers said we had to fit this in, so we did. I am glad we made time for it, though I wish we had had more time to explore the many paths...More
Go in the morning when the sun is just coming up over the cliff. I went in December, so was not crowded at all. Perfect temperature, probably couldn't swim, but go meditate. Unbelievable scenery, fun climb down.
Beautiful walk along Cliffside from Cabo de Rocca (would be treacherous in bad weather) with the beach emerging at the end. Slight scramble to get to beach- trainers and hands used even in perfect weather. Difficult walk down to but totally worth it- the difficulty...More
You can do this on your way to Cabo da Roca. We took bus 403 from Sintra to Cascais with luggage and paid $1.37 euro (if my memory served me) with viva card ( this one is only works at Sintra/Cascais). The visitor center at...More
If you're looking for something different from your normal, loud, packed beach, full of yelling kids, look no further! There is no need to say that it's beautiful and an amazing experience as you can see that from the photos. You get to swim in...More
After about a 25 minute drive from Cascais, we arrived to the Ursa beach. It’s a tough walk down to the beach, but once there it is a really nice place to stay at for some hours. Note, there is no sales or infrastructure of...More
nice beach especially if you are photo-lover. Hard to access though, so make sure you plan ahead and have snickers for the down-ride. Water again, is very cold to swim even during summer and it can get really windy as well.
It is truly a gem of our trip to Portugal. I've never seen beaches more beautiful. We took a train from Lisbon to Sintra, got to Cabo da Roca by bus. The 30-minute hike from Cabo da Roca to Praia da Ursa makes the whole...More
The same places are very close from lisbon.if you want to visit prais da ursa you must walk about 30 or 40 minutes to arrive in the beach the uber you will leave at the main road and after you walk, take the left path is... More
The same places are very close from lisbon.if you want to visit prais da ursa you must walk about 30 or 40 minutes to arrive in the beach the uber you will leave at the main road and after you walk, take the left path is more secure if you go with your family and of course you must have running shoes to cross the path!
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If you park the car in the road to Cabo da Roca it's about 10-15 minutes walk until the last parking spot (but I wouldn't recommend to go all the way to this spot and try to park the car because 1. If you gave a small car... More
If you park the car in the road to Cabo da Roca it's about 10-15 minutes walk until the last parking spot (but I wouldn't recommend to go all the way to this spot and try to park the car because 1. If you gave a small car the road has too many bumps and holes and 2.all the space will be already taken by others).
So, when you get to this last parking area choose the LEFT path, it will get you to the beach all right (in about 25 minutes)
And do wear comfortable shoes)