Senhora da Rocha Beach (Lady of the Rock) - Porches - Portugal HD
Senhora da Rocha (Lady of the Rock) is a small fishing community in the municipality of Lagoa, specifically on the coastline of Porches parish, in the Algarve, Portugal.
One of its beaches is Praia da Senhora da Rocha (Lady of the Rock beach), the more rustic in the area, it is used as a refuge for the boats of fishermen.
The beach is flanked by high cliffs, but the particular interest is to the west cliff, where the Fort and Chapel of Our Lady of the Rock.
Also in this cliff there is a tunnel carved into the rock, which connects the Senhora da Rocha beach to Praia Nova beach.
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Algarve - Portugal's southernmost region
An impression of the Algarve, Portugal. More videos of Algarve:
Faro - Albufeira - Carvoeiro - Vilamoura - Quarteira - Loulé - Sagres - Praia da Marinha - Vale do Lobo - Quinta do Lago - Praia da Falésia - Olhos de Água - São Lourenço
Algarve is the most popular tourist destination in Portugal, and one of the most popular in Europe. It is currently the third richest region in Portugal, after Lisbon and Madeira.
Tourism and related activities are extensive and make up the bulk of the Algarve's summer economy. Production of food, which includes fish and other seafood, fruit, oranges, carob beans, figs and almonds, is also economically important in the region.
The western Algarve is also known as “Rocky Algarve” due to the impressive limestone rocks dominating the coastline. Small romantic bays, hidden creeks and caves formed by the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, accessible only by boat, are surrounded by rugged rock formations. This scenario is interrupted by several large bays with sandy beaches.
According to World Travel Awards, Algarve is the Europe's Leading Golf Destination 2013 and 2014. There are over 25 top-class courses in the Algarve, most of which were designed by legendary names such as Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus and Christy O'Connor Jnr.
The Algarve is famous for its pottery and ceramics, particularly hand-painted pottery and azulejos, which are painted, tin-glazed ceramic tiles. There are numerous ceramics and pottery outlets throughout the Algarve. For working potteries and ceramics workshops the main, or best-known, pottery centers are located in the towns of Almancil, Porches and Loulé, but there are many other potteries and workshops in the Algarve region.
Algarve (from Arabic: al-Gharb the West) is the southernmost region of continental Portugal, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
Portugal - Unbelievable Algarve beaches from above [Drone]
Weekend trip to Portugal with Raquel and the drone.
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0:29 Day 1 (Arrival and Albufeira)
0:52 Beautiful Beach in the middle of nowhere (sorry no name)
1:49 Sunset at Albufeira
2:23 Day 2 (Praia de Benagil, Benagil Cave and Praia da Marinha)
2:28 Praia de Benagil
2:50 Benagil Cave (Caverna de Benagil)
4:21 Praia da Marinha
7:17 Day 3 (Praia dos Tres Irmaos)
7:20 Praia dos Tres Irmaos
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Beach Trip Portugal - Armacao de Pera - The Algarve
Armacao de Pera is one of the hidden treasures on the Algarve coast of Portugal. Frequented mainly by the locals and expats of various nations who call Portugal home, this fabulous stretch of beach has some fantastic views, activities and a wide selection of good food.
A compilation of a couple of day trips to Portugal's Armacao de Pera, located on the coast in the Algarve. There's a strip of this beach that is pretty touristy, down by the hotels, but many of the area locals also frequent Armacao because it is off the main tourist strip.
Beach volleyball, Pedro's beach bar, tractors and cave-tour boats all add to the character of this beach - and the waves can get pretty decent, too.
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Aljezur Portugal (HD)
ALJEZUR, é uma vila portuguesa pertencente ao distrito de Faro, localizada em pleno Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina. É uma terra de origens remotas, habitada desde os tempos pré-históricos, cuja antiguidade é atestada pelos muitos vestígios arqueológicos que têm sido encontrados. A zona histórica que se estende pela encosta, oferece uma vista particular de ruas estreitas com casas caiadas e vãos coloridos em volta das janelas. Do património arquitectónico destacam-se: O Castelo de Aljezur, construído pelos árabes no sec.X e que actualmente se encontra em estado de ruína, conservando ainda as muralhas e duas torres, de onde se observa em toda a volta uma vista panorâmica deslumbrante; A Igreja da Misericórdia, no centro histórico da vila; o Museu de Arte Sacra, instalado no edifício do antigo Hospital da Misericórdia; a Casa Museu Pintor José Cercas na Rua do Castelo e ainda a Igreja Matriz de Nossa Sra de Alva, também chamada Igreja Nova. Fora da vila, a costa de Aljezur com mais de 40 Km de extensão, é um tesouro repleto de vida marinha e belíssimas praias, quase em estado selvagem, frequentadas principalmente por praticantes de surf.by*carl0spais*2013
ALJEZUR,is a Portuguese village in the district of Faro, located in the Natural Park of Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina. It is a land of remote sources, inhabited since prehistoric times, whose antiquity is attested by the many archaeological remains that have been found. The historic district that stretches along the hillside, offers a particular view of narrow streets and whitewashed houses with colorful gaps around the windows. Architectural heritage include: Aljezur Castle, built by the Arabs in the 10th Century and which is currently in ruins, there still remaining walls and towers and a stunning panoramic view; the Church of Mercy in the historic center of the town, the Museum of Sacred Art, housed in the former building of the Mercy Hospital; the Museum House of the Painter José Cercas in Castle Street and even the Church of Our Lady of Alva, also called New Church. Outside the village, the coast of Lagos with over 40 km long, is a treasure full of marine life and beautiful beaches, almost in the wild, mostly frequented by surfers.by*carl0spais*2013
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Best Beach in Algarve Portugal? | Exploring Praia da Marinha (HD Cannon M6)
Check out Algarve's best beach, Praia da Marinha (Navy Beach). It's recognized by the Michelin guide as one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Europe. Watch this and see why!
This was one of the best days of summer 2017. Put this beach on your bucket list! Part vlog part beach review, this video will give you a great sense of what to expect when visiting Praia da Marinha. Hope it helps you make the most out of your trip to Algarve!
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Algarve Beach, Portugal - Best Travel Destination
The Algarve is the southernmost region of mainland Portugal. It has an area of 4,997 square kilometres (1,929 sq mi) with 451,006 permanent inhabitants, and incorporates 16 municipalities. The region has as its administrative centre the city of Faro, where both the region's international airport (FAO) and public university (the University of the Algarve) are located. Tourism and related activities are extensive and make up the bulk of the Algarve's summer economy. Production of food, which includes fish and other seafood, fruit, oranges, carob beans, figs and almonds, is also economically important in the region. The Algarve is the most popular tourist destination in Portugal, and one of the most popular in Europe. Its population triples in the peak holiday season thanks to a high influx of visitors, and receives an average of 7 million foreign tourists each year. In total, including national visitors, almost 10 million people visit the Algarve annually. The Algarve is currently the third richest region in Portugal, after Lisbon and Madeira, with a GDP per capita 86% of the European Union average. The maximum recorded temperatures in the Algarve fluctuate between 25 °C (77 °F) in winter and 48 °C (118 °F) in summer, with the temperature almost never falling below zero in the winter months. The winter of 2008/2009 was exceptionally cold and wet. Temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F) were recorded in coastal areas for the first time in many years. Check out more awesome videos at
Pestana Viking Hotel - Armacao de Pera - Algarve October 2017
A look around the Pestana Viking Resort at Senhora da Rocha near Armacao de Pera, Porches district Algarve.
Filmed with permission of chefs and restaurant staff.
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Beaches in Portugal's Algarve Coast
A look at the stunning beaches on Portugal's Algarve coast.
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