Praia da Samarra

Praia da Samarra, Sintra: Address, Praia da Samarra Reviews: 4.5/5

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Miupe1978
Lisbon, Portugal164 contributions
Hidden Beach
Sep 2017 • Couples
Hello Travellers this is a must go one if you are near , this beach is unique, dont go there too soon beacuse of the sun it starts to warm around 10 am, it has an amazing view and a big variety of aquatic fauna.
CAUTION: It has Spider Fish that has a venom fin so i advise taking that neoprene shoes or for kids sandals.
the Worst part is when you leave it has a big ramp to go up, but i think its whorthy.
Go there hope it helps!
Written 3 October 2017
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RAUL BASTOS
Sintra, Portugal34 contributions
Praia da Samarra
Jan 2016 • Couples
A small beach in the municipality of Sintra, where it is difficult to arrive, to park, but despite all it is worth visiting. Docked at the mouth of a small stream this small beach has a resulting beauty of its small size.
Written 1 June 2016
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johnpedro2014
Lisbon, Portugal19 contributions
A very small beach with a very bad acess
Dec 2015 • Family
That's a small beach mostly used by non professional fisherman. The road is bad even for cars. The place was a prehistoric site for seasonal fisherman. Today that's just a memory because the all area is just a mess .
Written 4 January 2016
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Mabedui
Lisboa349 contributions
Beach to be discovered if you like genuine sea coast!
Jun 2015 • Friends
It has no facilities! Located on a rural area it is a natural beach that is said to have been used by the romans as a natural harbour. It is one of the few beaches of the region that is protected by cliffs from the northern wind. The unpaved road is in good state. There is a small parking site close to an old watermill - the only house in sight. It has one of the most ioded air of the coast and shellfish can be found on rocks. The cliffs are also used by fishermen and randonneurs. Nearby you may see a small roman bridge and a trace of a roman via.
Written 13 July 2015
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