Baleal

Baleal

Baleal Beach is fast becoming the centre of the surf scene on Portugal’s Silver Coast. Miles of golden sand beach stretch along the coast to Baleal island and then continues in a huge bay round to Peniche. At Baleal relaxed beach bars and surf schools are dotted along the sand dunes overlooking the expanse of beach in front. A causeway allows you to drive over to the ‘island’ although it is very rare that the ocean actually crosses it now. In summer the beach is lifeguarded and there will always be a stretch of beach on one side of the causeway or the other that is calm for paddling.

  • from 749,00 €
    from 749,00 €
    Price per week:
    from 749,00 €
    Bedrooms:
    3
    Property Type:
    Villa no Pool
    WiFi:
    Yes, Free
    View:
    Countryside & Ocean
    Location:
    Baleal
  • from 644,00 €
    from 644,00 €
    Price per week:
    from 644,00 €
    Bedrooms:
    3
    Property Type:
    Apartment
    WiFi:
    Yes, Free
    View:
    Countryside
    Location:
    Baleal

Welcome to Baleal

Located on Portugal's Silver Coast more and more visitors are discovering this region of Portugal, still relatively unknown to so many. Praia d'el Rey sits along cliffs tops with stunning views over the endless beach which stretches for miles in either direction, and the dramatic Atlantic Ocean.

Baleal Beach is fast becoming the centre of the surf scene on Portugal’s Silver Coast. Miles of golden sand beach stretch along the coast to Baleal island and then continues in a huge bay round to Peniche. At Baleal relaxed beach bars and surf schools are dotted along the sand dunes overlooking the expanse of beach in front. A causeway allows you to drive over to the ‘island’ although it is very rare that the ocean actually crosses it now. In summer the beach is lifeguarded and there will always be a stretch of beach on one side of the causeway or the other that is calm for paddling.

For many though the draw to Baleal and Peniche is the surf and people come from all over the world to surf the waves on the Silver Coast. The Moche Ripcurl Pro Portugal competition brings the world best surfers to compete at Super Tubos and neighbouring beaches. If you are here during the competition, usually end of October, it is well worth going down to watch.

  • Cantina do Ferrel
  • Gaucho da Picanha
  • Sushi Fish
  • 3House
  • Surfer's Lodge
  • Surf lessons
  • Chill on the beach

Nearest Airport: Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport. 1hr 5 minutes

We can provide transfers to and from Lisbon airport. We can also arrange car hire with your car delivered to your accomodation. Find out more here.


Nearest Towns:

Obidos, 35 minute drive

Caldas da Rainha, 45 minute drive

Peniche, 10 minute drive


Nearest Supermarket:

There is a large supermarket at the entrance to Peniche. There is also a good smaller supermarket in Baleal.

The Silver Coast is a beautiful unspoilt stretch of coastline, stretching from Ericeira just north of Lisbon to Figueira da Foz, south of Porto, so called because the Atlantic Ocean turns to silver as the sun sets. The rolling countryside, medieval towns and easy access to Lisbon, one of Europe’s great capital cities, make the Silver Coast.

You could easily cope without a hire car during your stay in Baleal as most is within walking distance, but if you did you would be missing out on exploring so much of what they area has to offer.

Within a 30 minute drive of Baleal you could be exploring the medieval town of Obidos, choosing fresh fruit and vegetables and the colourful daily market at Praca da Fruta in Caldas da Rainha, or sailing or windsurfing on Obidos Lagoon.

There is so much you can see and do, great restaurants to visit and towns to explore.

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