This is a lovely beach to walk along in the Winter. The shells are fabulous and you will find a wide variety - if you like that sort of thing!
was a wonderful beach and even though it was quiet now can see it as busy. lovely area and people were very friendly.
We came in the off-season (february) so the entrance to the beach/cliffs was closed and thus there was nothing interesting to see. As opposed to Ponte da Piedade - this was not very impressive. Perhaps in the summer, when you can actually swim, you can consider this attraction.
Small beach with wonderful view. You can see other cost with buildings, its seems so pretty. The cliffs done like little lagoon, so You can play in water with children safety like in the swimming pool!!! I like this Praia very much
Gorgeous red/orange cliffs and studded with large rocks. Good for photographers. I was surprised at how relatively short the beach was (about a 10-minute walk from end to end), compared to some of the others in the area. (I read the TripAdvisor reviews before visiting and perhaps was expecting too much!) I was much more impressed with the dramatic views... More
What a beautiful spot! The views from the hills are spectacular and after climbing down to the water you are rewarded with a gorgeous sandy beach. The rock formations are spectacular. We visited on a sunny windless winter day so the beach was nearly deserted. The beach is within walking distance from town which is a real bonus.
We stopped at this beach after our boat cave tour at Ponta da Piedade--you actually go past this and Camillo Beach. We chose Dona Ana because it is a bit longer and has one restaurant, so not really commercial--just nice to be able to have a beverage and/or bit on a hot afternoon after a long walk along the cliffs!... More
This was a lovely beach, with a very nice and reasonably priced bar/restaurant to one side. Great for chilling, sunbathing or swimming (Yes, the water was warm enough). From here you can take a small boat with a guide to tour the fabulous cliffs and grottoes of the Ponta da Piedade for a cost of c. 12 euro per person... More
This beach was recommended by our hosts but we found it to be very crowded, even in mid September - we are used to no people where we come from! Pretty, nonetheless, and easily accessible.
One of the prettiest beach I ever seen. The rocks are just incredible. It was one of the picture perfect sights I will remember . Suppose can be very busy thru the season, it wasn't so bad in October .hopefully I will have chance to see it again
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