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One end of the beach has fishing boats and the other end is far from town and is lined with enormous rocks and tropical vegetation. The water is warm. Somedays have waves perfect for surfing. There are a few places on the beach to eat,...More
This beach is very authentic with colourful fishermen boats and a wild beach. The waves are not strong and the water is clean. I advise you to walk along the beach until you see the dunes on your right. Then climb up the highest dune...More
This is one more lovely beach on the island. This one is also picturesque as it has a fishermen's village. It is a colourful place as this was a settlement from fishermen from the Azores. There are places to stay, cafés & restaurants. As it...More
Very pittoresque with a lot of local fishers earning their living. Very flat beach. Great for swimming. You can see wales after having given birth to the young ones from july to september. It is the second most southern beach of the island, about 30...More