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Lisbon is surrounded by Blue Flag beaches only a few miles from the city centre and easily reached by car or public transports, with excellent facilities and exceptional value for money places to stay, eat, drink and enjoy a lively summer nightlife.
from We Love Lisbon

10 best beaches in Lisbon

Lisbon is surrounded by Blue Flag beaches only a few miles from the city centre and easily reached by car or public transports, with excellent facilities and exceptional value for money places to stay, eat, drink and enjoy a lively summer nightlife.

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Portugal. Travel in Portugal and learn fluent Portuguese with the Eurolingua Institute http://www.eurolingua.com/portuguese/portuguese-homestays-in-portugal

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Praia do Guincho

Praia de Guincho, near Cascais, Portugal | Praia do Guincho (English: Guincho Beach) is a popular Atlantic blue flag beach located on Portugal's Estoril coast, 5 km from the town of Cascais, and is located in the municipality of Cascais. | Photo by Serge Michaux on 500ox at: https://500px.com/photo/112207607?utm_medium=pinterest&utm_campaign=nativeshare&utm_content=web&utm_source=500px

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Flag of Portugal: History, Meaning, and Other Interesting Facts

Portugal has a rich history of ancient navigators, such as Ferdinand Magellan and Vasco da Gama, and this sphere, or the Coat of Arms, is emblematic of the nautical culture of Portugal. Description from buzzle.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Coat of Arms from the capitals of the 18th districts of Portugal.[[MORE]]Note: Portuguese districts don’t have any coat of arms or flag to represent themselves, so in this map the coat of arms are the ones from the “district’s capitals”.Light blue (top): Viana do Castelo Light pink: Braga Light green: Vila Real Blue-marine (top right): Bragança “Yellorange”: Porto (oPorto) Blue-grey: Aveiro Yellow: Viseu Red: Guarda Blue: Coimbra Light purple: Castelo Bran...

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