This tour will take you around Ria Formosa, more precisely in Fuseta area, and will take about one hour. Point A - Starting and End Point from this tour. Point B - First stop in this boat tour. You'll have the opportunity to have a different perspective from Fuseta. Point C - In this point probably you'll have the chance to check some bird species that usually fly around. Point D - Interesting point where the Atlantic Ocean meets Ria Formosa. Point E - Photograph point to check the well known building from Lifeguard Authority. Point F - Armona Island where you can have your welcome drink.
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In this tour we'll offer you a quick and pleasent ride in Ria Formosa. You'll visit some points of interest, where you can take photographs, check some bird species and also have a welcome drink in Armona Island. This tour is perfect if you're just passing by, but still want to have contact with this amazing paradise called Ria Formosa.We'll offer you a bottle of water for your ride, but we strongly advise you to bring your camera, lots of sunscreen and a bunch of good mood!
Pedro Álvares Cabral was a Portuguese nobleman, military commander, navigator and explorer regarded as the discoverer of Brazil. His fleet of 13 ships sailed far into the western Atlantic Ocean, perhaps intentionally, where he made landfall on what he initially assumed to be a large island. As the new land was within the Portuguese sphere according to the Treaty of Tordesillas, Cabral claimed it for the Portuguese Crown. He explored the coast, realizing that the large land mass was probably a continent, and dispatched a ship to notify King Manuel I of the new territory. The continent was South America, and the land he had claimed for Portugal later came to be known as Brazil. The fleet reprovisioned and then turned eastward to resume the journey to India.