The Molhe Beach owes its name to the pontoon that dominates the landscape and delimits the zone where you can swim. With a Blue Flag award and a length of 168 meters, the Molhe Beach was once the most important seaside resort of Porto, starting in the early years of the twentieth century. Distinguished by the Pérgola da Foz - a cement colonnade built around 1930 that offers a privileged view of the sea - this beach is one of the most iconic and most often seen in postcards of the city. Today, it is frequented by Porto residents, especially families. It is equipped with beach tents for rent, numerous cafes, bars, and restaurants with outdoor esplanades that invite you to eat fresh grilled fish or to sunbathe away from the sand.