Ilha da Culatra, Olhao
Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
Experience untouched natural beauty at Ilha da Culatra, a large sandbar island that is part of the Ria Formosa national park. This island is heavily protected from development and does not have any paved roads, only wooden walkways, and you can reach its beaches only by ferry. Discover colorful lagoons on the north side of the island, or enjoy clear water and sandy shores on its southern side. Relax at this tranquil beach, walk along the shoreline, and float in the calm water. Watch for wildlife, view indigenous plants, or visit one of the island's two small villages. Using our custom trip planner, Olhao attractions like Ilha da Culatra can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Culatra es un isla maravillosa. Poco masificada y con un pueblito precioso. El acceso es por barco desde Olhao. Sus playas son tranquilas y con aguas limpias y claras. Si estás por la Ría Formosa es u... read more »Culatra is a wonderful island. Little mass and with a beautiful village. Access is by boat from Olhao. Its beaches are quiet and clean and clear waters. If you are by the Ria Formosa is a must-see.show original
Ein Fischerdorf auf einer der Sandalgarve vorgelagerten Insel, gut von Olhao zu erreichen, endloser Sandstrand zum Atlantik hin. Toll!A fishing village on one of the offshore Sandy Island, to reach from Olhão, endless sand beaches to the Atlantic and. Great!show original
traversée, aller-retour par le bateau (avec sièges) du port de Olhao pour ....1€85 ! non, non, ce n'est pas une erreur de ma part ! 20 à 25mn à l'aller et 30 mn au retour avec une ballade en bateau ju... read more »crossing, round trip by boat (with seats) of the port of Olhao for... €1 85! No, no, it's not a mistake on my part! 20 to 25 minutes to go and 30 minutes to return with a walk in boat to Farol island where we took some passengers, it was the last boat of the night around 18 h 30/45. Culatra is a very authentic island that has preserved places without disfiguring them! Island of fishermen, we had a demonstration of reclamation of a net, by a sailor who worked outside his home in the Sun! Residents are gay and love to do is photograph with them in front of their houses decorated with azulejos. The beach is nice to enjoy a rest after the 1st part of the visit to the island and the calm is extraordinary! We were at "Robinson" and in return we get why there was a small wooden bridges which enjambaient Sandy spaces against the bottom! the sea go up very quickly at the beginning of the high tide, it's very surprising even to us who live on the edge of the sea in Brittany, because the sand seemed so dry and there are islands of vegetation. A must see!show original
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