Tag: marinha grande

  • Urban Adventures at Marinha Grande

    written by bongofury on 2012-07-09 #places
    Urban Adventures at Marinha Grande

    Marinha Grande cannot be considered as a big city can nor even as the best city, but it's my city, and I'm proud to be a Marinhense!

  • Parque da Cerca

    written by bongofury on 2011-04-09 #places
    Parque da Cerca

    The area of the park was an old area of gardens for the workers of the glass industry.

  • Places to Take Your Mother: Café da Praia

    written by zulupt on 2011-05-21 #places
    Places to Take Your Mother: Café da Praia

    A unique place to enjoy a cup of coffee right in the middle of São Pedro de Moel Beach, Café da Praia is a landmark and a place full of good memories from when I was a teenager and the view? The view is fantastic.

  • Night on the Town: Overlive Festival in Marinha Grande

    written by zulupt on 2011-08-13 #places
    Night on the Town: Overlive Festival in Marinha Grande

    Every year, Cisco Cultural Association promotes a three-day festival in the heart of Marinha Grande city. This is a great opportunity to grab my Cosina CX-1, load it with 400 ISO film and shoot some great bands.

  • Marinha Grande City

    written by zulupt on 2008-12-17 #places
    Marinha Grande City

    Marinha Grande is my home town, it is the place where I was born and raised, its located at 8 km of the Portuguese central Atlantic coast, and in the middle of the D. Dinis King pine tree woods, Marinha Grande is also known by the capital of glass due to the fact that for many years, hand made high quality glass and crystal was (and still is) produced in Marinha Grande and exported worldwide.

  • An Escape from the City

    written by bongofury on 2012-06-01 #places
    An Escape from the City

    Despite the beautiful beaches, there is a whole forest filled with strange trees near the famous Sao Pedro de Moel. When I want to run away from the city, I usually go to the coast near the ocean, especially during the winter when everything is calmer, sometimes I'll take a walk on the beach, other times, I just relax near the magnificent trees.

  • São Pedro de Moel

    written by zulupt on 2008-07-11 #places
    São Pedro de Moel

    Situated between pine-forests and the sea, São Pedro de Moel is a beautiful village with magnificent beaches, a place where you can enjoy the surrounding nature. Ideal for relaxing but also for those who seek open air sports like volleyball, surf, tennis, fishing, biking, etc.