The beach is beautiful, sandy and spacious. I agree with people who claim that. But hold on, I'd like to point out and underline a characteristic that anyone seems to care about: water is literally FROZEN. I experienced swimming in Tenerife (Canary Islands) last year and Australia as well, both are bathed by the ocean but, though bit colder, I went to swim as usual. This year I stayed in Costa da Caparica for 10 days. I think I swam twice. Just the surfers (with wetsuit) and a couple of brave men were IN the water. No children, no women, it was too cold. Fortunately, this applies for the area right in front of the village. The further you go south, towards the Cabo, the warmer (and more desert) is. If you have children, definetely go there.
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