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Half Day Boat trip from Faro to Deserta and Farol Islands

Trip Summary: Boat trip in Ria Formosa with stops

Best thing about this trip: Leisurely tour in Ria Formosa to the islands.

Departure Point: Faro Marina

Route: Faro to Farol and Deserta Island

Duration: 3 hours

Lunch included: No

Visits inside caves: No

Visits Benagil (including going inside the cave): No

Swim stop: Yes

Boat Summary:

Best thing about this boat: Pontoon Boat

Type: Pontoon

Motor or Sailing: Motor.

Toilet: No

Bar: No

Indoor space: No

Outdoor shade: No

Half Day Boat trip from Faro to Deserta and Farol Islands – 3h duration

Low Season (1 January  – 31 May | 1 October – 31 December)
Adult (8+ years old) – 25€
Children (up to 8 years old) – 20€

High Season (1 June – 30 September)
Adult (8+ years old) – 30€
Children (up to 8 years old) – 20€

Notes:

  • Includes a stop of 1 hour in Farol and 20 up to 30 minutes in Deserta
  • A minimum of 2 adults per booking is required.
  • A maximum of 11 people per booking.
  • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Reference X452

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Half Day Boat trip from Faro to Deserta and Farol Islands25.0030.00

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We are going to depart from Marina of Faro, also known as Portas do Mar and we will sail through the lovely channels of one the 7 Natural Wonders of Portugal – The Ria Formosa. During this time we can enjoy the beautiful landscape. Sailing with direction to Culatra Island we will have the opportunity to see many species of birds that usually use this area to feed. Once we see the light house of the Culatra Island we know our first stop is right ahead.

Taking a look around we will have the chance to observe the work of the clams and oysters farms and if we give a closer look in the direction of the coastline we will notice one of the most traditional markets of the country, the market of Olhão.

Time for the first stop! The Lighthouse Farol Island, where you can be delighted by walking around the streets of this lovely community. Once you pass by the lighthouse, make sure you appreciate the extensive white sand beach home of the Santa Maria Cape – the most southern point of the country.

Leaving the Farol Island, it’s time for our second stop at the Barreta Island, mostly known as Deserta Island. Here we will have the chance to explore the fauna and flora while walking along the island or as an alternative, bath in the crystal clear waters of this lovely beach.

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