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Charming fishing village with many lunch options and 2 wonderful beaches.

How do you get there?

By train, get on at any platform from Faro towards VRS Antonio and get off at Fuseta, by Bus or by car (follow the N125 or the A22)

What is there to do?

Surfing, kiting, SUPing, sunbathing, bocce, dolphin spotting, island hopping, swimming

Extra information

Fuseta hosts flamingos on both the west and east sides of the Ria Formosa

Fuseta is also called the white bride of the sea

About this place

The beach gem of the Algarve!


Here a ferry goes to the island just off the coast and you can have a wonderful beach day with a beach chair and parasol! You can order smaller snacks and drinks from the beach bars on the island and if you get really hungry you can take the boat back to the mainland for a good lunch or dinner. Every Portuguese person we tell that we live near Fuseta responds with a pleasantly jealous comment. They are happy for us that we live so close to the village that is known for fresh fish that is also affordable. It is indeed inconceivable that you get a bad fish in Fuseta, they would much rather honestly say that the fish you wanted is sold out, than that they would take a fish from the freezer.

With the exception of August, there is a nice flea/antique market in Fuseta every 2nd Sunday of the month. If you are really looking to find something beautiful at the market, we recommend that you come as early as possible!


And what else?

Eating out in Fuseta is delicious and we can give you some great tips. You will always find fresh fish at Capri restaurant, Dos Mestres, Casa Corvo and A Lota. The freshly grilled fish is really something that attracts people from all over Portugal!

If you are looking for tasty tapas, you can treat yourself to a light lunch or dinner at Mó de Cima and Borda d'agua.


Vegetarian food is also possible at Escandinavia Green Spirit. The menu changes regularly and don't forget to have a chat with the owners of this restaurant.

What's fun to do?

All kinds of water sports, or rent a boat to explore the Ria Formosa and spot dolphins in the Atlantic Ocean

Where is it and how do you get there?

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