That's a very rocky beach, but those home must have fantastic views.
Those stones are huge. I am thinking the tide must be out.What fun to have a private beach area though. The Queen and I---although she has been gone for a very long time. MB
I like the strange rock formations and the rock wall. I can see why this would be a favorite place to go.
Rocks are always beauty's on the beach :-)Amazing shots !!
It's tiny indeed, isn't it? And its water looks very calm... And there seems to be a bunch of exclusive homes at the waterfront!Nice place!God bless you!Cezar
JM!You're just trying to make us all jealous, aren't you?^_^-Dean
A very attractive place...most interesting is how the buildings are right at the water line...this is happening in some areas of Florida where the beach has eroded due to various storms/hurricanes.It looks like the water can get quite high at times and maybe even threaten some residences.
A quite secluded spot near the city, at least now. This name is very interesting because we have a 'Scoglio della Regina' (Queen's Rock) famous for about the same reason.
I have just realised how strongly I missed the sea.
Lovely rocky beach!:-)
The rocks look like buildings to house the tiny creatures of the sea.
I wonder...is Rainha Beach known for its healing waters and sands? The beach my family always went to in Portugal is Consolacao, next to Penich - and where it is really rocky people believe the salt water and sand have healing properties. You can see people sunning all over the rocks, with wet beach sand (which looks like mud in that particular area) packed onto sore, broken and arthritic limbs. In the old days, I know medical doctors used to counsel patients during my grandparents' era to go bathe at Consolacao to try to cure physical problems.
These photos are beautiful, the colour palette makes it look such a calm and pleasant place.
Absolutely beautiful both but my favorite is the first, an overview wonderful!:-)
It looks private enough for a queen.
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