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Fuseta

Fuseta is a beautiful fishing village that is located in the Eastern Algarve. Embraced by the Ria Formosa, in it over the years they have developed a set of activities related to the sea, which makes the village unique Fuseta and unparalleled in the Iberian Peninsula.

The Fuseta is known for its sea, which embraces.

It is known for its two beaches of fine, golden sands that are the delight of those who visit it :

Praia da Ria, even in the village, about five minutes walk from our studios, where you can find several bars

The island of Fuzeta, which is nothing more than the continuation of the island of Armona, front Fuzeta. It is one of the most beautiful islands in the Algarve, with regular routes, about 5 minutes on a boat tour of the Ria Formosa, in itself, is already a pleasure.

It is known for fresh fish, and the fresh produce from their market, whose aromas flood the town's streets. With an open market every day can get excellent quality products, particularly vegetables and fruits coming from the Serra, as well as fish and seafood coming directly from the sea.

It is known for its grilled fish, unmatched quality, and can be found in almost any restaurant in the village. For its seafood, particularly its clams and razor clams that delight local and nonlocal. The octopus, which is abundantly caught by the people of Fuseta.

It is known to have the possibility, in addition to the beach rent a bike and to find adventure in extensive Salinas Fuseta which seram rise to our name, or follow along the sea to practice birdwatching . With a mild climate and a sun always shining, Fuzeta has ideal conditions for practicing sports throughout the year!

Basically, it is known to give visitors to enjoy the small details that make it unforgettable visit to this little treasure of Ria Formosa.

The Fuseta dazzles for its authenticity, its slender streets and single-storey houses that intertwine. By its people, the warmth that they convey. For its beach, marked by the Lifesaving built at the time when the village lived on fishing. The Salinas which for so long held part of its population. And for his island, an extensive beach that lets anyone want to return!

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