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The region

Moncarapacho e Fuseta

The village centre of Moncaparacho is a 2-minute drive from Quinta da Romã, where you will find cafés, restaurants, supermarkets and church, as well as some shops with local handicrafts.

This peaceful village has around 8000 inhabitants and is full of citrus, carob and olive groves.

In the village of Fuseta, located 10 minutes away from the Quinta, you will find postcard sceneries. It is known as the place where “the sun wakes up and falls asleep wrapped in shades of fire” as well as for the friendliness and authenticity of its people. In every corner you will find restaurants with grilled fish.

15 minutes away is the town of Olhão, where you will find all kinds of commerce: hypermarkets, restaurants, the renovated Olhão marina, among many others.

In any corner you will find restaurants with grilled fish.

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Beaches

In the surroundings of Quinta da Romã you will find absolutely stunning beaches, where the fauna and flora surprise you every day. Some of them, marked below, have the blue flag, symbol of water quality and environmental respect.

Praia da Armona
(Blue flag)

14 km from the QDR

Praia da Armona
(Blue flag)

14 km from the QDR

Praia da Ilha da Culatra

14 km from the QDR

Praia da Ilha da Culatra

14 km from the QDR

Praia dos Tesos
(Fuseta Ria - Blue flag)

8 km from the QDR

Praia dos Tesos
(Fuseta Ria - Blue flag)

8 km from the QDR

Praia da Fuseta Mar
(Blue flag)

9 km from the QDR

Praia da Fuseta Mar
(Blue flag)

9 km from the QDR

Praia da Ilha de Tavira

25 km from the QDR

Praia da Ilha de Tavira

25 km from the QDR

Praia de Cabanas

25 km from the QDR

Praia das Cabanas

25 km from the QDR

Praia de Cacela Velha

30 km from the QDR

Praia de Cacela Velha

30 km from the QDR

Typical cuisine (and more!)

Fuseta and its surroundings are known for their fresh fish and seafood with an unbeatable taste.

It is also possible to find restaurants whose speciality is meat, vegetarian and vegan options, as well as restaurants serving international cuisine.

As for sweets, you’ll find typical Algarve delicacies, including almonds, figs and carobs. Not forgetting the beach balls!

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Ria Formosa Natural Park

The Ria Formosa Natural Park is home to an average of 20 000 bird species and is therefore considered an IBA – Important Bird Area. Take the opportunity to go for a walk or a bike ride and spot the flamingos!