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Our most recommended Fuseta Tours

From Fuzeta: 2-Hour Southeast Ria Formosa Boat Trip

1. From Fuzeta: 2-Hour Southeast Ria Formosa Boat Trip

Discover the Natural Park of Ria Formosa, Portugal's 7th natural wonder, and its wildlife and culture on this boat trip.  Departing from Fuseta, travel to an oyster and lamb farm, where you will learn more about the park's fishing and agriculture industry. Along the way, don't forget to keep an eye out for migratory birds making their way to their new home. Enjoy an explanation of Ria Formosa's native bird species and other wildlife from your guide. Your next stop will be Armona Island. Here, enjoy a cup of coffee or go for a swim in the island's crystal clear waters before heading back to Fuseta.

Fuzeta: Dolphin Observation Tour

2. Fuzeta: Dolphin Observation Tour

Your dolphin watching activity will depart from Fuzeta Island. It is a tour that offers a 95% probability that you will be able to find and observe dolphins that live near the Ria Formosa. The tour lasts 2.5 hours, where within this time limit, the travelers and skipper responsible for the boat will leave the Ria Formosa Natural Park in search of such this beautiful and friendly creature. Keep your eyes open! When the boat gets to the open sea it will be time to look for the dolphins. The skipper is very experienced and knows exactly where to find the dolphins. At the conclusion of your tour, you will pass back through the Rio Formosa to return back to your point of origin.

Fuzeta: 2.5-Hour Sport Fishing Tour

3. Fuzeta: 2.5-Hour Sport Fishing Tour

After meeting with your tour, you will embark on a Fuzeta, a boat ride to the perfect spot to begin your fishing experience. Your tour team will provide all of the necessary material, throughout your experience which will last about 2.5 hours. Even for those who have never fished in their life, your skipper who will be in charge of the tour will be available to teach those wishing to learn this unique skill. This tour aims to show that fishing is not just a matter of luck, but mainly of persistence. This is a tour recommended for those wishing to fish for the first time, and also for those wishing to sharpen their skills.

From Olhão: Discover the typical village of Alcoutim

4. From Olhão: Discover the typical village of Alcoutim

Far from the hubbub of the coast, the village of Alcoutim is nestled on a serene hillside and offers a breathtaking view of the border river, The Guadiana, and the village of Sanlucar de Guadiana on the Spanish side. Discover the charm of Alcoutim on a guided tour including a walk and boat ride. Set off on a guided walk and admire beautiful views of the river with its soft curves and soothing landscapes. Take a break and watch the boats sailing on the water. Reach the ruins of the medieval Castelo Velho and take in panoramic views of the valley. Continue and discover a beach that's ideal for cooling off, mills, and a display of Portuguese tilework. Back in the village, you will have the opportunity to visit Alcoutim Castle, its garden, and its archaeological museum which presents beautiful pieces including a collection of ancient games. Take some time for lunch at one of the many restaurants in the city or simply enjoy a stroll if you prefer. In the afternoon, take a boat ride and admire the incredible beauty of this region from another angle as you sit back and relax.

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We had an absolutely fantastic time on the dolphin spotting tour, seeing lots of dolphins both from a distance and up close - it’s quite a buzz when you see the first one jump out the water! Would recommend getting the morning trip - parking around Fuzeta marina can be very difficult during the day but first thing you shouldn’t have any problem finding a space. It isn’t very clear where to get on the boat but once the other travellers arrive and there’s a group waiting you will collectively work it out!The Portuguese have a relaxed attitude to timekeeping so don’t be surprised if nothing appears to be happening at the start time and you don’t end up departing until after the stated time - once you’re on the water this won’t matter one bit as you get a good 2-2.5 hours on the water. It can be bit choppy out on the ocean so bring your sea legs. We’ve been on many boat trips and this was easily one of the best we’ve done - highly recommended!

The boat trip was lovely and we enjoyed the island we were taken too. However due to the weather we didn’t get much information about the oysters and the other things we were supposed to be informed about. However the thing l was must upset about was we were given life jackets to wear, but were given no guidance on how to fasten them and to inflate them should an emergency arise. Apart from that we enjoyed our trip and the pilot of the boat was very hospitable.

Enjoyable sea trip in comfortable launch but it's all about the WOW moment when you first see the dolphins. For us it happened about 2 hours in. The dolphins seem to enjoy the attention and race alongside, sometimes diving under the boat and coming up on the other side. They like to swim in pairs leaping and diving together and tricking you by resurfacing somewhere new. Fantastic finale!

Very enjoyable couple of hours, Kids where free, and very reasonable price.