Visit the islands of Ria Formosa near Tavira, with flexible hours and the speed of an aqua-taxi. Avoid queues and come to know the barrier islands.
- Cabanas island
- Tavira island
- Cabanas de Tavira
- Good restaurants
- Fisherman’s neighbourhood
- Market and auction
- Beach Terra Estreita
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Due to the need for disinfection between passengers boarding and disembarking, the interval between trips may be delayed. We apologize for the inconvenience.
- Santa Luzia:
Fishermen village, the intense fishing for octopus and the various ways in which it is cooked in the local restaurants has made it known as the “capital of the octopus”. This village can be your starting point to discover:
- Praia de Terra Estreita:
High quality of beach support, bar and activities available.
- Tavira island:
Voted one of the best beaches in Europe, the route between the estuary and the beach is surrounded by the campsite and several restaurants and bars.
- Beach Deserta:
Accessible only by private boats or aqua-taxis, the Deserta beach on the island of Cabanas is one of the favourite beaches for those who want to escape the seasonal crowd and/or stroll through the Ria Formosa Natural Park and all its biodiversity.
A city divided by the Gilão River, flanked by commerce and restaurants, and by a historic center rich in Phoenician and Islamic archaeological remains, convents with marks from the Gothic and Manueline periods, the Renaissance churches and Baroque chapels.
- Cabanas island:
Beach located on the southwest side of the island. One of the most sought-after beaches in the eastern Algarve due to its location, in front of the city of Cabanas de Tavira and easy access via rowboats or water taxis.
- Cabanas de Tavira:
Fishing village with a riverside area rehabilitated with a new wooden walkway that runs through the village from end to end, passing countless cafes, restaurants and craft shops.