Lagos is vibrant and full o life. An energetic, sunny town, its adorable cobbled roads swarm with bistros, eateries and bars. It's a magnet for explorers and surf men, who swing between its clubs and contiguous superb shorelines and striking ocean side straights. Lagos moreover has a notable clout, having dispatched numerous ocean operations in the midst of Portugal's Age of Discoveries
Vila Nova De Milfontes
One of the most splendid towns along this stretch of the coast, Vila Nova de Milfontes has an engaging, whitewashed town centre, shining shorelines in close proximity and laid-back people who can't consider living at a superior spot than here. Milfontes is all the more eased up than most resort towns, other than in August when it’s overflowing with surfers and sun-seekers (up to 50,000 people around the district). It's put in the midst of the beautiful Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina which is still a port, adjacent to a dazzling, sand-edged limb of estuary.
Zambujeira Do Mar
Spellbinding wild shorelines overlooked by intense cliffs build the background of this torpid sea side town. The key street closes at the cliff; routes lead to the charming sands below. Calmer than Vila Nova, Zambujeira attracts explorers, surfy swarms, however in August the town is a partying hot spot and hosts the colossal music fest, Festa do Sudoeste. The high-season swarms overshadow Zambujeira's off charms: fresh fish in family run eateries, raving incline top walks and a romantic, unblemished coast.
Costa da Caparica's virtually endless shoreline attracts sun-admirers, surfers craving to ride Atlantic waves, and holidaying families searching for clean sea and soft sand. It hasn't skipped commercialization, however travel south where the soaring buildings submit to pine woods and smooth beach side cafes. The town has the same name as the coastline, and is a dapper spot with shops and heaps of inflatable sea side tack.
Viana do Castelo
The jewel of the Costa Verde, Viana do Castelo is respected with both a mesmerizing medieval town and wonderful shorelines simply outside the city. The old quarters showcase nineteenth century boulevards and narrow alleys stuffed with Manueline bequests and grandeur fortresses. The town's setting just by the Rio Lima estuary suggests that Viana do Castelo is only a few strides from some splendid shorelines, besides it makes it a strategic base to explore the lower Lima valley and the nearby by Serra d'Arga mountain.