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The wife and I are spending a week in nazere in June any one recommend any british owned bars worth a visit , any any nice portugese restaurants to visit

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asumming you nean Nazarre...

No I expect they mean Nazaré. It is quite touristy however I've always found that bit of coast to be very Portuguese. In fact a lot of the people around here (Santarem, Almeirim) go to the beaches there for their holidays.

Nazaré is also of course famous for the big wave surfing. Some incredible footage online...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... tugal.html

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hi nic
yes i do mean Nazare
but my old machine doesnt have the 'accent' thingy
so i get around it by typing 2 'r's
hoping 'the reader'
to see it as NAZ AR RE

??
plausible?

and agree the beach is terrific
(better imo at Bom Sucesso)
have seen the waves on line, also terrific

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and agree the beach is terrific
(better imo at Bom Sucesso)
have seen the waves on line, also terrific

I've always found it really packed there actually which kinda puts me off, but I like the bit at the top where you can look down on both beaches. Some of the other beaches on that stretch are beautiful especially S Martinho do Porto which is gorgeous and great if you have small kids.

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i suspect you thinking of the Foz beach as being the crowded side
over in BS it is NEVER crowded

its too far for most to actually come for the day
500mtrs if you fly......from Foz
20 kms if you drive

we get fishermen of course, but they usually first and last thing rather than midday

I have walked from BS down to Pria del Rei in midsummer and passed almost no one (its about 3 miles and you have to watch the tides!!)

agree San Martinho as well but again its crowded in season

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i suspect you thinking of the Foz beach as being the crowded side
over in BS it is NEVER crowded

Sorry I was still talking about Nazaré! I've not been to the beaches down by Obidos but it's on the list. They're actually nearer to us than Nazaré. My wife likes Areia Branca as well, down past Peniche.

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