Who can resist a good petisco?

There is nothing better to end a day of holidays than a tasty petisco (traditional portuguese tapas).

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Thousand Landscapes by the Sea - From Meco to Espichel

Moinho de Baixo beach, better known as Meco, due to its proximity to the village of the same name, is characterised by the long beaches that extend down to the Bicas beach and became known as one of the the…

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A Thousand Landscapes by the Seaside- The south facing coast

After "doubling" the Cape, we come across small inlets hidden in the rocks, from which stands out one of the most beautiful beaches of Portugal - Ribeiro do Cavalo. Continuing along, we arrive at the Harbour, giving on to the…

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The aromas and flavours of the countr

Although essentially associated to the sea, the municipality of Sesimbra has much of its territory in rural areas, or "campo" as it is commonly called.

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Meco in natural

At the beginning of the 70s, of the twentieth century, the first naturists appeared on the Meco beach,  which drew its name from of a small village nearby. Away from the crowds of the busiest bathing areas, they found the…

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The "Pexito" means a fish, or small fish, and is the name by which locals from the village of Sesimbra are known. Most of the "Pexitos", especially those of the older generations, use very peculiar expressions and have a typical…

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