It is a beach with the Blue Flag whose sand extends for 500 m. At its southern end, a rock known as Pedra da Agulha is located in the water, due to its vertical shape. It is located very close to the Arrifana Fort.
It is at the bottom of a cove protected by high escarpments and is one of the “illustrated postcards” of this region – the village houses go down the slope, almost to the sea. On the northern cliff, next to the ruins of the old fort, it is possible to enjoy one of the best views in the region. Held during the summer and frequented by surfers, almost all year round. Follow the sign on EN 120, just after the south exit of Aljezur. 
It is considered one of the best beaches for surfing and is widely used by young people and foreigners looking for the beauty of the place and the waves for sports.
For 4 years, the El Colesterol Restaurante bar has joined the Arrifana Fishermen’s Association on the last weekend of July to produce two already mythical parties in the area. The first (Saturday) is the responsibility of the Fishermen’s Association bringing to the public animation and a lot of sardines in honor of the saint of fishermen and on Sunday a party with lots of music for the youngest with renowned Portuguese and foreign bands.