Offers dolphin-spotting trips in zippy rigid inflatables with marine biologists on board.
On the western side of the centre is a restored section of the stout town walls, built (atop earlier versions) during the reigns of both...
Statue of Dom Sebastião
In the centre of town, this curious 1970s sculpture commemorates the ill-fated founder of the city.
Run by a yacht charter company, this small bar upstairs at the marina has a lightly worn nautical theme and makes a pleasant spot to sit...
Adega da Marina
This barn-like place is a bit like a Portuguese grandmother: she hasn’t changed her hairstyle in a while, but she still dishes out...
Bom Dia information
The oldest operator, and based at the marina, Bom Dia runs trips on traditional schooners, including a five-hour barbecue cruise with a chance to swim (adult/child €49/25), a two-hour grotto trip (adult/child €25/10) and a family fishing trip (adult/child €40/25).