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 during the sunset. You'll visit some points of interest, where you can take photographs, check some bird species and also have a drink aboard our phenomenal boat. This tour is perfect if you're just passing by, but still want to have contact with this amazing paradise called Ria Formosa. You'll have the opportunity to admire one of the best sunset's that you ever saw.We'll offer you a bottle of water for your ride, but we strongly advise you to bring your camera, your soulmate and a bunch of good mood!
Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer, navigator, colonizer, and citizen of the Republic of Genoa. Under the auspices of the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, he completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean. Those voyages, and his efforts to establish permanent settlements on the island of Hispaniola, initiated the European colonization of the New World.
In the context of emerging Western imperialism and economic competition between European kingdoms through the establishment of trade routes and colonies, Columbus's proposal to reach the East Indies by sailing westward eventually received the support of the Spanish Crown, which saw in it a chance to enter the spice trade with Asia through a new westward route. During his first voyage in 1492, instead of arriving at Japan as he had intended, he reached the New World, landing on an island in the Bahamas archipelago that he named "San Salvador". Over the course of three more voyages, he visited the Greater and Lesser Antilles, as well as the Caribbean coast of Venezuela and Central America, claiming all of it for the Crown of Castile.