Tavira (15 km)
The Ria Formosa is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Portugal. The coastal area can be compared to the Dutch Wadden Sea. It is a tidal area with many islands, white sandy beaches and blue lagoons. The lagoon is connected to the sea. In this area you can encounter interesting bird species such as spoonbills, purple coots and flamingos. In addition, there are about a hundred other bird species. You can also find special nature on land and in the water. This area is home to turtles and a large population of seahorses.
Moncarapacho (33 km)
Moncarapacho is a small, authentic Portuguese village. Here are several restaurants, shops and terraces. There are banks and a large supermarket.
Fuseta (27 km)
Faro (53 km)
You mainly go to the Algarve for the beaches, the mountain villages and the beautiful nature. Visiting a city is probably not the first thing you think of. Yet a look at Faro, the capital of the region, is the icing on the cake during a holiday to the Algarve. Everyone will quickly feel at home in this hospitable city. The beauty of Faro can be found within the city walls of the old center. It is nice and quiet and there are beautiful corners everywhere, alleys with white-painted houses and squares with orange trees.