The word "paradise" comes to mind at Troia Beach, where a stretch of soft white sand meets the calm blue Atlantic. The area has been well developed for tourists, including a resort near the beach, yet the beach itself remains largely unchanged, with its sands extending out seemingly endlessly. Amenities include nearly every water sport imaginable, plus golf and tennis. To reach this gorgeous beach, take a ferry from Setubal. It can sometimes get crowded on the weekends, so just walk down the coast if peace and quiet is what you're after. Take a look at our Troia itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Troia Beach and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Fui passar um dia a esta praia e jurei para nunca mais... Tem demasiadas moscas e o pior de tudo é que passam o tempo a morder quem quer estar na toalha more »I went to spend a day on this beach and swore never again... There's too many flies and the worst of all is that they spend time biting who wants to be in the towel
Nach Troia sind wir mit der Fähre von Setubal übergesetzt (4 Pers. dav. 2 Teenager ca. 30€, Rückfahrt inkl.). Die Halbinsel umfasst eine Marina, mehrere Hotels und Restaurants sowie einen mehrere Kilo... more »To Troia we are transferred by ferry from Setubal (4 people dav. 2 teenagers approx. 30€, return incl.). The peninsula includes a marina, several hotels and restaurants, as well as a sandy beach several kilometres long behind a dune landscape. The sandy beach is as you would like it to be. White fine sand, clean, clear water. There is a certain current and the water is typically cool. The beach can be reached via wooden walkways. The way to Las Lulas is definitely worthwhile. Now in the low season, perhaps 50 people spread out on several kilometers of beach in the afternoon. A dream and recommended in any case.
New beach spot for this summer. Always loved the peninsula. Very quiet and clean. people taking their time to do things. Amazing beaches and always sunny
Nice Atlantic Beach, very wide and long. The sand is very fine. Water can be chilly, but also comfortably warm, but always enjoyable during summer.
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