The Praia de Adraga is viewed as one of the best shorelines of Portugal for the most part because of the staggering landscape of bluffs, spiked rock out yields and brilliant sand. This sentiment was affirmed by a survey directed by a British national daily paper that evaluated Praia de Adraga as one of Europe’s main 20 shorelines. This perspective may be marginally misrepresented on the off chance that you visit amid the late spring weekends when the shoreline is occupied and the auto park is smashed yet nobody can question that Praia de Adraga is a lovely shoreline.
Praia da Adraga is 18km north of Cascais and 13km west from Sintra. Because of the semi-remoteness of the shoreline there is basically no open transport, so guests will require the utilization of a rental auto to reach Adraga shoreline. From Cascais the most lovely course is along the N247 which takes after the coastline and passes the shoreline of Guincho. At the town of Almoçageme turn left and take after this street for a further 2km, the shoreline is very much marked.
At the shoreline there is bistro, eatery and open toilets. The real issue with the shoreline is the extremely constrained stopping which at the stature of the season can be a torment to stop. This shoreline is best gone to amid the week. On the off chance that Praia da Adraga is excessively occupied for you preferring travel south along the N247 to Praia do Guincho.