Setting off from Golden Club Cabanas, you can walk on the beach or follow the pathways along the salt pans, lagoon and orange groves within the Nature Reserve of Ria Formosa, with friends or with family, on foot or by bike.
Discover the most charming of the landscapes making up the Eastern Algarve (the coastline, the Ria Formosa lagoon, the hinterland and the Guadiana River) and its historical towns (Tavira and Faro), and savour the traditional local cuisine.
Explore the Ria Formosa Natural Park over the course of a week. Spend time in the historical town of Tavira, with its 37 churches, castle and Roman bridge, and in the white village of Cacela Velha, with its stunning views of the lagoon. Head down from the hills to the Guadiana River, along the border with Spain. Visit the historical centre of Faro, the Algarve’s capital, and cross the Ludo area for bird spotting.
We take care of everything: transport, an experienced guide and meals served in local restaurants.
You can cover the extent of the Algarve coast by bike or on foot. Take to the ecovia that includes nature trails through protected areas and stretches of little used roads, and passes right by Golden Club Cabanas.
Taking the Tavira Route, discover the salt pans, the birds and sea breezes of the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve. Heading eastwards, you pass through Cabanas and onto old municipal paths through orange groves and golf courses as far as Cacela Velha.
To rent bicycles, please speak to the Golden Club Cabanas reception desk.
The Castro Marim salt pans, on the banks of the Guadiana River, have been producing sea salt for the last 2000 years.
In Tavira, they talk of “Tavira snow” and “Atlantic cream” in reference to the sea salt produced in the local pans.
Discover the landscapes and the peoples of the Algarve hinterland on foot - or by bike, for those in excellent shape.