Azenha do mar

azenha do mar

What does Azenhas do Mar mean?

Azenhas do Mar means Watermills of the Sea and the name derives from a once-powerful stream that moved the watermills as it made its way to the sea. It is located just 30 km (19 mi) away from Lisboa, near Cabo da Roca, Palácio da Pena ( Pena Palace ), and other attractions.

Where to go swimming in Azenhas do Mar?

There a number of popular beaches located near the Azenhas do Mar, namely Praia da Aguda, Praia do Magoito (mostly frequented by locals and surfers), and Praia das Maçãs.

How to reach Azenhas do Mar from Portela de Sintra?

Bus 440, of the Scotturb company, departs from the Portela de Sintra terminal and has Azenhas do Mar as its final destination. It reaches it in about 25 minutes, but it’s a rather infrequent service. Bus 441, whose destination is the village of Terrugem, has more frequent departures, and stops in Azenhas do Mar in about 20 minutes.

How do I get to Praia da Aguda from Azenhas do Mar?

Bus 441, whose destination is the village of Terrugem, has more frequent departures, and stops in Azenhas do Mar in about 20 minutes. Walking up the coastal road from Azenhas do Mar, you’ll see a sign pointing to Praia da Aguda.

What is Azenhas do Mar?

Azenhas do Mar is one of Portugals postcard villages A zenhas do Mar means “Watermills of the Sea,” and the name derives from a once-powerful stream that moved the watermills as it made its way to the sea.

How to get to Azenhas do Mar from Portela?

How much space you have to spread your towel depends on the tides (at high tide the beach often disappears), and there’s also a platform meant to trap the sea water and create a pool. Bus 440, of the Scotturb company, departs from the Portela de Sintra terminal and has Azenhas do Mar as its final destination.

How do I get to Praia da Aguda from Azenhas do Mar?

Bus 441, whose destination is the village of Terrugem, has more frequent departures, and stops in Azenhas do Mar in about 20 minutes. Walking up the coastal road from Azenhas do Mar, you’ll see a sign pointing to Praia da Aguda.

How to get to Azenhas do Mar from Portela?

How much space you have to spread your towel depends on the tides (at high tide the beach often disappears), and there’s also a platform meant to trap the sea water and create a pool. Bus 440, of the Scotturb company, departs from the Portela de Sintra terminal and has Azenhas do Mar as its final destination.

How to get to Sintra in Portugal?

If you’re based in the resort towns of Cascais or Estoril and want to visit Sintra, there are buses that terminate in Portela de Sintra (a short walk from the center of town) and by the train station. From Cascais you may take bus 403, which stops in Cabo da Roca on the way.

What is Azenhas do Mar?

Azenhas do Mar is one of Portugals postcard villages A zenhas do Mar means “Watermills of the Sea,” and the name derives from a once-powerful stream that moved the watermills as it made its way to the sea.

How to get to Praia da Aguda in Azenhas do Mar?

Bus 441, whose destination is the village of Terrugem, is a more frequent service, and stops in Azenhas do Mar in about 20 minutes. The stop is right above the beach. Walk up the road from Azenhas do Mar, and you’ll see a sign pointing to Praia da Aguda, a wild beach found about 15 minutes away, down a staircase.

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