Beach in Porto Moniz
In a perfect nature, with a little human touch, Porto Moniz offers a variety of beaches, natural pools and a beach complex that satisfy any visitor, both for its infrastructure, but mostly by the landscape, the time and sharing feelings of union between being human and mother nature.
The Bathing Complex Seixal Yacht Club has a natural pool where you can rent kayaks and diving equipment, while the Naval Club facilities of Seixal, in addition to the beautiful landscape also offers a solarium area with sun beds, a bar support, shower and toilet facilities. It is open Monday to Sunday from 10h00 to 24h00, the bathing season.
The natural pools of Porto Moniz are formed by volcanic lava where the sea comes naturally, leading to crystal clear water of these pools, which are the “ex-libris” of this village. A space that also offers a children’s pool, playground and disabled access, parking, locker and changing rooms with lockers, snack bar open in summer season, first aid, sun loungers and parasols for hire. During the summer it is open from 9:00 to 19:00 and in winter from 10:00 to 17:30.
Already the natural pools of the Sperm Whale has a volcanic origin, and as a most popular business card of the village, standing near the Aquarium of Madeira, the Life Science Center and the natural pools of Porto Moniz. Even without infrastructure support or sanitary facilities, has an outdoor shower and surveillance during the bathing season.
And the Natural Pools of Seixal, already close to Laje Beach, have a volcanic origin, its surrounding areas have been recovered, but retained their unique characteristics, being lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean. This beach has a bar and sanitary facilities with a shower, but it is not guarded.
Beach of Porto do Seixal black sand, this is wrapped in one of the most beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and on the north coast of the island of Madeira. This small beach formed along the Port of Seixal.
And the Laje Beach is a black sand beach with toilets, but unattended. This is also known as “Jamaica Beach” by planting palm trees on the sidewalk. This lies hidden between rocks, wrapped in a painted landscape of green mountains and blue crystal clear sea.