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Yes its a bit of a climb down but people with young toddlers were doing the hike with relative ease. Unless you have a real mobility issue this should not be a big problem.
The beach itself was stunning the views were great....More
I visited Ribeira do Cavalo with my family and it was awesome. I warn you to take a good pair of sports shoes because you will have to make a little walk and to not take to many things with you. The beach itself is...More
This beach is amazing, beautiful, secluded, but be ready to walk and hike a bit, as the access is not easy. Get your picnis bag and spend the day there. Blue water, a bit cold as we are in the Atlantic ocean. Worth the adventure
So we were looking for a beach and heard about this beach. Being the typical Americans, we packed a cooler, had chairs, umbrellas, etc. for a day at the beach. Do not do what we did! When we happened upon the parking (on the side...More
We set off about 11.30am and parked up near the signs to the beach on the mountain road. We had a few bags packed with some picnic items and we headed off down the small path through the olive and rosemary bushes. Along the way...More
Hello Travelers, this was kind of secret beach but no more, you can reach beach in two ways, more confortable you can travel by boat its 10€ come and go when you go you arrange the hour of your return with the captain of the...More
Intensive walk down: comfortable shoes recommended, though locals go on flip flops, carrying umbrellas, boxes, babies and grandparents... Nice beach with stones, so if you like to walk in the water, better keep something on your feet. Take along water and snacks if you plan...More