Bathing area once known for its therapeutic characteristics for bone diseases.
Though this is not a beach for swimming due to the large amount of rocks, it is highly sought after during the bathing season because of its orientation and solar exposure. It features a pedestrian zone (walkway) along the beach, and though it does not connect to other beaches you can find restaurants, bars and terraces.
Beach with good access routes, underground tunnel and car park.
Activities: Paddleboarding, windsurf
Length of beach: 0,13km
Safety: Beach lifeguard/flagged (in bathing season)
Facilities: Medical Centre/First Aid, restaurant, bar, windsurf school
How to get to the beach:
By car - Take the EN6 - Marginal – or through the inside roads of Parede. Park in a designated area and walk to the beach
By train - Exit at Parede train station and walk to the beach.
Access to the beach through a stairway and ramp.