7 People
€59 /pp
6 People
€63 /pp
5 People
€73 /pp
4 People
€84 /pp
3 People
€98 /pp
2 People*
€143 /pp

Minimum*

Number of People

Duration: Full day 8 hours

Location: Olhão & Tavira

Price from: €59/pp

Availability

Sundays to Mondays. Please note monuments are

closed on Mondays and

the fish market is not opened on Sundays.

Tour Highlights

Historical sites of Tavira, Olhão and Cacela

Visit to Olhão famous fish & fruit Market

Tavira the city of the churches,excellent for sacred

art lovers.

This Tour Includes

• Walking tour of the towns

• Guided visit to the most important monuments-

castle and churches

• Bottled water and a map.

Not Included

• Entrance Fees to the monuments.

• Lunch- wonderful options for octopus,fresh fish

and seafood (oysters)

In

this

journey

you

will

be

able

to

see

the

roman

presence

in

Algarve.

Along

the

coast,

the

first

town

we’ll

visit

is

Olhão

for

a

colorful

and

lively

experience

at

the

market

as

well as the fisherman quarter.

Then

Tavira,

this

town

became

important

during

the

Age

of

the

Discoveries,

serving

as

a

base

for

Portuguese

expeditions

to

North

Africa.

There

you

will

see

beautiful

white stone-tiled streets.

Finally

we’ll

explore

Cacela!

The

history

of

the

surrounding

area

dates

back

to

the

settlements

of

the

Greeks

and

Phoenicians

in

the

Algarve.

It

is

the

most

eastern

link

in

the

chain

of

islands

and

peninsulas

of

the

Ria

Formosa

between

Manta

Rota

and

Faro

protecting

the

lagoon

landscape from the open sea.

It’s the cherry on the top of the cake!

Sights of This Tour

Price
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7 People
€59 /pp
6 People
€63 /pp
5 People
€73 /pp
4 People
€84 /pp
3 People
€98 /pp
2 People*
€143 /pp

Minimum*

Number of People
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Duration: Full day 8 hours

Location: Olhão & Tavira

Price from: €59/pp

Availability

Sundays to Mondays. Please note monuments are closed on Mondays and

the fish market is not opened on Sundays.

Tour Highlights

Historical sites of Tavira, Olhão and Cacela

Visit to Olhão famous fish & fruit Market

Tavira the city of the churches,excellent for sacred art lovers.

This Tour Includes

• Walking tour of the towns

• Guided visit to the most important monuments-castle and churches

• Bottled water and a map.

Not Included

• Entrance Fees to the monuments.

• Lunch- wonderful options for octopus,fresh fish and seafood (oysters)

Many

travelers,

landing

in

the

Algarve

unknowingly,

turn

their

back

to

this

spectacular

part

of

the

coast.

Sandy

not

rocky,

quiet

not

busy,

historical

not

touristic.

Therefore,

on

this

journey

you

will

be

able

to

see

that

since

the

roman

presence

the less-visited eastern coast was stage for an intense activity.

Here, the long white beaches are secluded and the port towns are sleepier.

Along

the

coast

we’ll

stop

at

Olhão

for

a

colorful

and

lively

experience

at

the

market

as

well

as

at

the

fishermen

quarter.

The

fishing

of

tuna

and

sardines

was

the

main

activity

of

this

town,

where

an

important

fish

canning

industry

developed during the second half of the 19th century.

Then

Tavira

,

white

stone-tiled

streets,worn

smooth

by

centuries

of

feet,

line

the

pathways,grand

boulevards

and

picturesque

church

squares.

Tavira

became

important

during

the

Age

of

Discoveries,

serving

as

a

base

for

Portuguese

expeditions

to

North

Africa,

supplying

provisions

(especially

salt,

wine

and

dried

fish)

and

a

hospital.

The

Roman

settlement

of

Balsa

was

just

down

the

road,

near

Santa Luzia ,today the capital of octopus catch.

Finally

Cacela

:

The

history

of

the

surrounding

area

dates

back

to

the

settlements

of

the

Greeks

and

Phoenicians

in

the

Algarve.

The

name

Cacela

most

likely

originates

from

the

Arabic

during

the

Moorish

occupation

period.

It

is

the

most

eastern

link

in

the

chain

of

islands

and

peninsulas

of

the

Ria

Formosa

between

Manta Rota and Faro protecting the lagoon landscape from the open sea.

It’s the cherry on the top of the cake!

Sights of This Tour

Price
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