The World's Most Beautiful Secluded Beaches

By Laura Ratliff - 2013-10-10T15:34:17Z

Photograph by Robert Harding World Imagery/Alamy

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Salema Beach

Algarve, Portugal

Salema is a small fishing village in Portugal's Algarve region. Although much of Algarve has been overtaken with high rises and beach resorts, Salema still has its original charm. Fresh seafood, stucco houses, and cheap rooms (called quartos) abound here.

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