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Pata Roxas
A large sandy bottom area in which there are rocky outcrops of considerable length. One at one and a half meters high,
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Pedra Furada
The area is located a few hundred meters away from the coast, near the town of Cascais.
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Baixa do Broeiro Cascais
Large rock located a few hundred meters from Cabo da Roca that rises from 30mts to almost to the surface. Its top can be discovered at low tide.
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Baixa do Almirantado
Extensive rock and sand bottom area characterized by the diversity of its topography and the conditions of diving, current and visibility.
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Emissário
Subaquatic wastewater emissary of the Cascais area that extends for about 3km to the South from the zone of Guia's lighthouse.
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Gruta da Pombeira
Small cave located on the coast of Cascais near Boca do Inferno (translated from Portuguese "Mouth of Hell").
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Pedra do Ramalhete
The extensive rocky bottom area situated in front of Cascais Bay,
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Praia da Duquesa
On the Eastern limit of the Duchess Beach in Cascais, near the wall,
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Mesas
This dive site is formed by several rocks platforms at a maximum depth
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Pedra das Lagostas
The name Pedra das Lagostas (translated from Portuguese "Lobsters Stone")
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Pedra da Nau
Pedra da Nau is more or less located in front of the Hotel Villa Italia, in a small bay with rocks.
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Jardim das Gorgónias
This spot is one of the most popular in the area, only because of its easy orientation and the diversity of life.
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River Popa
River Gurara MV was a Nigerian cargo motor vessel that sank on 26th February 1989
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Parede Rabo de Asno
This is the dive that everybody wants to do (its name translated into English: Donkeys Tail Wall). The rock is famous
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Primavera
2000 ton Italian steam sunk in 1902. This wreck is the easiest dive in the Berlengas. Its privileged location allows us to dive there
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Almonda
The spring of the Almonda river (or "Olho do Moinho da Fonte") is located on the southeastern ridge of the Serra de Aire, Torres Novas anticline
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Catrapona
Catrapona is a popular spot for both recreational and technical divers in the Sesimbra area.
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River Proa
River Gurara MV was a Nigerian cargo motor vessel that sank on 26th February 1989
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Pedra do Leão
Stone that looks like a lion. The diving is done next to its walls, there is a wide underneath passage that crosses all the rock.
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Lago Azul
Located in central Portugal and around 100km northeast of Lisbon, the Castelo de Bode Dam built on the Zezêre River
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Gruta da Pena
Located in the heart of Portugal, near the city of Torres Novas, Gruta da Pena is just one of a hand full of springs and caves
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Lagosteiros
Here we can find several shelve shaped rocks where the lobsters seek refuge between.
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Forte da Baralha
This is a spot starting at around 22mts deep. Here we can find several dispersed rock formations that are condensing as we navigate to the North.
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Penedos
The general location of Penedos was given to us by a local fisherman around 20 years ago.
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Henry Mori
Henry Mori is among the wrecks of the Shipwreck Cemetary, in the Farilhões. It is badly dismantled, but
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Baixa das Gorgonias
This spot is very pretty, due to the large variety of gorgonians that it has in its background.
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Pedra do Meio
Spot with a maximum depth of about 13mts, consisting of a shallow stone that extends from West to East near the exit of the port.
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Baleeira
Bay with a small beach of rolled stones. Entering from the beach and going south we reach a depth of about 15mts.
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Baixa do Coral
This dive site is considered one of the best for technical diving in the Sesimbra area. A few nautical miles North of Cabo Espichel
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Ponta da Passagem
This is one of the most amazing and versatile spots in Sesimbra. There is a big canyon
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Paredes do Cabo
The "Cable Walls" are located next to the Cabo Espichel cliff. The depth is about 12-15mts and what makes it so special is the fact
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Pedra dos Safios
In a rock formation of low relief, the maximum height of the massifs
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Roberto Ivens
The Roberto Ivens minesweeper is an old trawler requisitioned by the Portuguese Navy
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Pedra da Caldeira
Diving in Portugal gives you, many times, the chance to observe quietly and in detail, beautiful and small marine species. And if you are an underwater photographer, this is what you get.
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Cavernas
Since it resembles an intricate maze, this dive is a real orientation challenge for the more adventurous.
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Barcaça "Maria Grécia"
Barge "Maria Grécia" sank in 1985 when giving aid in the works of the new pontoon of the harbor. Its very damaged and divided into 2 parts,
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Barco das Telhas
Shipwreck of a small transport vessel. Its cargo was constituted by tiles remains.
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P39
This dive site is an extensive rocky bottom area that lies at about 1.5 km west of Cape Espichel
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Zimbral
Located near Tróia, it takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to get there from Sesimbra by boat.
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Vapor do Trigo
Located in a sheltered spot near the UNESCO Nature Reserve of the Berlengas Islands,
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Olho de Mira
This karst spring is part of the Mindinho - Mira system.
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Baía Cerro do Cão
This bay is in the northern part of the Berlengas, adjacent to a cliff that has the silhouette of a lying dog.
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Cova do Sono
This is the simplest dive in the Berlengas. The Sleeping Pit (translated from Portuguese) is a sheltered bay,
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Rinchão
This reef is located North of the Berlengas. It is a very dangerous place to navigate, but it is fantastic for diving.
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Baixa do Broeiro Berlengas
One of the richest spots in Berlengas Archipelago. It has currents, therefore
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Farilhão da Cova
The second biggest rock of the Farillions, neighboring Rabo de Asno (Tail-of-Donkey), has caves and a wall of gorgonias.
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Dago
The SS Dago is at a depth of 50mts, about 3 miles offshore. The SS Dago was a 290-foot-long British steam freighter
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Flandres
A very easy and relaxed dive in Berlengas island. You start the dive on a shallow sandy bottom where you can find some streaked Gurnard
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Alviela
The spring of the Alviela is a permanent karst spring located to the West of Alcanena in the gentle contact of the Limestone Massif Estremenho on the Tertiary Basin of the low Tejo
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Lage Sebastião Fernandes
South of the islet of Pessegueiro, less than half a mile of land.
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Baixa dos Moledos
Massive high walls with steps in the shape of a rampart and blocks in the form of battlements.
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Ilha do Pessegueiro
It's a small island located along the Southwest coast of the civil parish of Porto Covo, in the county of Sines.
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Espingardeiro
North of Porto Covo, one mile of land. Set of 3 huge rock blocks oriented from NE - SW. The bottom consists of gravel and rolled pebbles,
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Baixa do CPAS
Set of underwater elevations of noticeable slope (wall type) located off the coast of Sines that rise from 90mts to a depth of 45mts
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Baixa das Âncoras
Set of stones and walls with holes and cracks in the middle of the sand.
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Baixa dos Silenciosos
Located near Espichel Cape, South of Lisbon. There are two ways to get there:
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Cabeça Gorda
Located in central Portugal, 86 miles northeast of Lisbon, the Cabeça Gorda (translated from Portuguese: Fat Head) on the Zezere River
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Medas
Pedra do Avião
This spot's name (translated from the Portuguese "Airplane Stone") is due to
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Algar das Morenas
Algar das Morenas is located in the village of Alandroal, Portugal. It's a singular cave inserted in the anticline of Estremoz-Cano.
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Baixa do Tiago
Wall between 28 and 45mts with lots of small holes and caves
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Cavernas do Burrinho
A half mile of land North of Porto Covo. This spot consists of a set of three large caves with corridors between them,
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Barreira do Queimado
South of the island of Pessegueiro, less than half a mile of land. Wide wall with many recesses and shelters for marine life.
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Pedra do Manel
South of the islet of Pessegueiro, a mile of land.
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Molhe de Sines
Cement blocks with galleries between them and some caves with lots of life.
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Pedra do Porto de Sines
This spot is located West of the Sines Port. Gigantic stone blocks with regular cuts that go from the top to the bottom
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Pedra SW Percebeira
Set of stones in the middle of the sand, the West side is vertical
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Pedra Gonçalves de Fora
Block of stone oriented from East to West with sandstone wall.
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Portinho da Arrábida
Located in the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park, Portinho Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal.
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Pedra de Porto Covo
This rock is West of Porto Covo, one mile from land. Round wall with 3 to 4mts of unevenness, ending in a huge block
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Pedra das Âncoras
The name of this spot (translated from the Portuguese "Anchors Stone") is due to the existence of several anchors, lost through time.
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Rebocador da Percebeira
Small shipwreck of an iron ship half-buried in the sand, near a stone wall.
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São Torpes
Here we can find some pieces of archeology such as anchors and cannons from an ancient vessel.
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Pés de Galo
This spot consists of blocks of stone that form the entry point into the harbour.
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Malha Branca
Praia Alpertuche
The beach of Alpertuche is a small beach with many stones and clear waters that are little known
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Gruta dos Pampos
This spot is very close to our famous wreck dive spot: River Gurara.
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Praia dos Galapos
Beach of Galapos is located in the Luís Saldanha marine park. This site consisting of a sandy bottom,
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Sapho
Greek freighter that sank in 1932, with wreckage up to 32 meters.
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Agios Nikolaus
Agius Nikolaus is a shipwreck, that was sunk in 1964. One of the largest shipwrecks that you can dive in Peniche.
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