Fourth day, Monday, April 29, Prara da Marinha

Where are we now?

Another twenty-minute ride took us to Prara da Marinha. From the parking lot you can get down winding stairs to the beach, where there is also a restaurant. It was still closed; there were a few more days until the season.

This is Portugal’s most famous coast, there are plenty of pictures and videos of it. Rock arches similar to the former Azure Window in Malta are shaped like a letter M. We didn’t go there because it was high tide. This stretch of coast is the furthest point of our tour; from there we turned back.

As we really wanted an authentic oceanfront dinner, we took the same oceanfront road back to the hotel…