Ferreiras in Portugal, from Europe region, is best know for Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks. Discover best things to do in Ferreiras with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Ferreiras
5 based on 471 reviews
Move from tree to tree through a series of games and trails at varied heights such as zip lines, skateboarding, rope Bridges and ascenders. Also offering Paintball, only booking. Located in front of Santa Eulalia Beach, 10 minutes walking distance from Oura Beach. More information at our website.
Took my 10yr old daughter to this park and she loved every minute of it. Sonya her instructor was so attentive and caring and really helped my daughter feel at ease as she had never done it before, she was ziplining through the forest, climbing trees, running through nets and walking over wobbly planks and she had such a fun time. The staff are so lovely and attentive and she was allowed to go round the course as many times as she wished. Really reasonably priced activity and such a fun way for kids ( and adults) to get back to nature in this beautiful place. We would definitely return.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Discover the mysteries of the oceans at the Algarve best family theme park. Located in Guia, just a few kilometers from Albufeira, you can watch presentations with dolphins, seals and sea lions, with tropical birds and birds of prey. Besides these presentations, there is also an amazing aquarium with sharks, various habitats, 4D Cinema, attractions, amusements, swimming pools and the new Zoomarine Beach, that will make your visit to Zoomarine unforgettable. Unique sensations on a journey through world of knowledge and adventure where adults and children discover the mysteries of marine life in a day full of surprises and emotions.
A visit to Zoomarine today was such a pleasure with pleasant staff and many interesting shows and experiences. In particular, the dolphin show was superb and the sea lion show very entertaining, we haven't seen better even at the well renowned SeaWorld.
The member of staff at The Americas bird habitat was very informative and made that visit really interesting. The cafeteria was clean and the food tasty. We would highly recommend Zoomarine for all the family and will definitely return on our next visit to the Algarve.
The food at the cafeteria was tasty
4.5 based on 984 reviews
We just love this beach!
So much to offer.
Can walk as far as Armacao de Pera where there are nice beach bars and restaurants too.
Beach bars open in the season all the way along the beach
Beautiful sand and safe bathing
Great to watch the surfers when the waves are big
Lovely to sit in a sheltered spot to watch the world go by.
Behind the beach is a board walk amongst the sand dunes.
Further along is a nudist beach which may not appeal to some!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
4.5 based on 516 reviews
We weren't sure what to expect after Reading this was a nature reserve. What we found was a fantastic location for a family outing. The beach is endless and has golden sand running out into a shallow surf. Perfect for our adventurous 6 year old and his new body board. The cafe is clean and has friendly staff. It also has nice tidy showers for 1 euro. The boardwalk into the nature reserve was perfect for cooling off when we visited with a breeze coming off the water.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
One of the nicest Beaches in the Algarve. Easily accessible and safe bathing. Small beach but so very pretty. We love it. There is also a restaurant on the beach so you can get food and drinks. It is a little on the expensive side though, as are all beach restaurants.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
We walked to this beach from Vilamoura early one morning. Wonderful views, peaceful beach. Not that many spots to stop for a drink along the way so make sure you take plenty of water along. Stopped here for a drink and a bite to eat. Sat in the beach bar, Golfinho, looking out to sea and didn't want to move. If you are walking back to Vilamoura too the tide comes in and the beach is a little sloped and harder to walk along on the way back.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
lovely safe little beach in olhosa d'agua, sandy clean, we visited in Feb so didn't go in for a dip but the water looked as if it was a shallow walk in cafe's restaurants close by public w/c on the front which makes a change from some locations, this beach will be hopping in mid summer no doubt, but it is beautiful.
4.5 based on 162 reviews
My husband and I visited Friends Bar during our stay in Olhos de Agua. I highly recommend a stop to this bar if you are anywhere in the area. Fantastic atmosphere, amazing cocktails and lovely host! Definitely a highlight and only wish we had discovered it earlier in our trip! Stop by and say hi to Lisa -- you will not be disappointed!
4.5 based on 72 reviews
The name "Olhos d'Agua" is derived from various underwater Freshwater Springs that flow into the sea, along the beach, the sand and rocks. Only visible when it is low tide.These famous "olheiros" gave the town its name. A phenomenon of rare beauty and a major tourist attraction. Here settled Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and Romans, who practiced fishing and developed salting and drying of fish. It is a tradition go to olheiros and taste the water.
We have stayed in olhos de agua a couple of times. It's a quiet area the beach is very pretty with its fishing boats. Out of season the views are unspoiled by sun beds and umbrellas. There are an increasing number of good restaurants on the way up to the square. It's only a short walk to falesia beach. We like the area and don't mind walking, it may be a bit too quiet for younger people, it seems to be expanding we hope it can maintain its charm and character
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