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Boats to the islands of Fuseta, Old Bay, New Bay ply from the pier next to the fisherman’s wharf in Fuseta.
€5 for a return trip. You have to specify a time when the boat should come back to pick you. In case you want...More
We visited recently and we're so thrilled the whole experience ... From the Swift spin in a small fast boat out to the Island and it only cost 10.00 euros return for 2 people. The Island is very beautiful with Golden sands that stretch for...More
The passenger ferry runs a shuttle service from the quay beside the fish market in Fuzeta, plenty parking around so never an issue. Two or three nice outdoor bars/restaurants overlooking the town beach which is sheltered by the sandbar from the ocean. Ferry only takes...More
Nice enough beach. Wouldn't rave about it, but nice not to have waves crashing in on the quieter inlet here. Boats also run from Fuseta out to main beach. Cafe at back of beach, which isn't the cheapest but really good and also has showers...More
This spot is the perfect day at the beach! The island (sometimes called the Sand Bar) is spacious, with simple facilities that maintain a natural and unspoiled environment. The ferry to and from the main land is cheap and frequent, making it easy to access....More
This is how we like a beach!
When you take the ferry from Fuseta a short boattrip brings you to the island.
There are some small beachbars and facilities. Also beachchairs for rent. Walk for a couple of 100 meters and you are totally alone...More
I have wanted to visit here for a long time and will be going back! Firstly, we went to Fuseta which is closer than Olhao, or Tavira to get to the island. Once in Fuseta, walk to the sea front and you will see the...More