Praia da Azarujinha is a very small beach between rocks in the district of Estoril. Some beaches are sandy and some are rocky. The beach is hidden behind a mountain that protects it from the winds and noise of the city highway. From Praia da Azarujinha beach there is a footpath to the next beach. It can only be explored by following the coastal path of Cascais or the many stairs along the vertical cliffs surrounding it, topped with houses and palm trees. Here you can spend a beautiful sunny day. The beach is shaped like a theater scene that is surrounded by cliffs.
Here, in the bay, surrounded by rocks, lies a small area of sand, which is almost completely flooded at high tide. Swimming is only possible in the narrow central part, around which the stone slabs go into the water.
Beach on map:
How to get:
By train from Lisbon Cais de Sodré station, take the train to São João do Estoril station and walk 4 mins from the train station. By car.
Water and beach cleanliness:
It is quite clean here.
Cafes and restaurants:
There are bars and restaurants.
Watersports and things to do:
You can also go sport fishing on the beach.