Info on Olhos de Agua
Traditionally a small fishing village, Olhos de Água (Eyes of Water) gets its name due to the freshwater springs to be found among the rocks at the eastern end of the beach. At low tide, it is very easy to spot them bubbling up through the sand and feel the freshness arising from the depths. In recent years, the village has grown significantly but this very pretty beach, surrounded by its ochre shaded cliffs, has maintained its beauty. Indeed, this very pleasant spot enjoys a high quality range of facilities and services, including excellent seawards facing restaurants.The beach is made prettier by the umbrella pine trees on the cliffs and its rocky outcrops. Generally it is not too busy, but well used by local fisherman, whose boats you'll see scattered on the beach.This content was automatically translated, please feel free to write us if you think it contains some mistakes.
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