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All reviews boat trip local ferry atlantic side fishing village beautiful beach sand dunes light house bars and restaurants well worth the visit golden sands euros return sea bass seafood clams ria formosa beaches island
From the ferry drop off point to the beach is quite a long walk and not very accessible. Quaint little place where a lot of local islanders live still but not much else to do apart from sunbathe. Still, a lovely place to visit.
We visited in October 2018 on a beautiful warm/ hot sunny day.The ferry trip was interesting as we could see seabirds on the sandbanks and the breeze was heavenly.We docked on the Farol side and ate lunch in an ominously quiet and expensive restaurant.The beach...More
We were dropped off on this small but busy fishing island when our dolphin viewing boat trip was cut short due to rough seas. We stayed less than an hour but enjoyed a coffee at one of the cafes on the front.
Taken to a restaurant off the beaten track by the boat captain/crew. Can only think that the restaurant was operated by a family member. Food was awful, ordered shrimps and they were so badly cooked I was reluctant to eat them and risk a serious...More
Went here on a boat trip for the day. There are some nice bars and a restaurants here as well as a lovely beach which is a bit of a walk. There is a small town on the island which is also interesting to see...More
Caught the ferry from Olhao on a very hot Sunday afternoon. There are lots of cafes and bars, mostly crowded with the shady tables already full. However, a very full glass of wine is €1, Somerset cider €2.
It’s an interesting little village to wander...More