Moncarapacho in Portugal, from Europe region, is best know for Factory Tours. Discover best things to do in Moncarapacho with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Moncarapacho
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Learn more, taste better. Visit us, and learn more about our extra virgin olive oils. Come visit our olive grove and mill at Horta do Felix,Moncarapacho. Discover the olive tree culture, the olive oil production process and the origins of our mill, which dates back to roman times. Participate in an olive oil tasting, the best way to compare olive oils and chose the ones you enjoy most.
While holidaying in Fuzeta we discovered purely by chance that there were guided tours available of the Monterosa Olive Oil Farm in Moncarpacho - less than 15 minutes drive away. The family owned company are artisan producers of quality olive oil, being international award winners....MoreDear Peter582014, Thank you for the wonderful in depth review. I am very glad you enjoyed it and you are always welcome to visit us again. With best regards, António Duarte
4.5 based on 391 reviews
This lovely island is accessed by ferry, ask for a return ticket costing 2 euros On the island there are toilets, sun beds and two bars. The bars sell drinks and snacks all reasonably priced. The island has miles of sans so lovely fir walking but the sea is really rough, constant waves so not good for small children
5 based on 301 reviews
Contact for availability. Discover the story and witness the processes of one of the most characteristic industries in Portugal. You will never look at cork the same way. CLOSED from 27.July.2017 to 20.August.2017.
We have taken the tour several times. Each year the tour is more developed and more options for tours are available. We stopped in at the factory store to buy cork which my wife uses to make purses etc. A roll of cork one meter ranges in price from 15-19 euros for the kind to be used in making purses. Some of the cork can cost up to 200 euros a meter. Friendly staff.
5 based on 45 reviews
We found this shop by chance and were very happy. The vendor explained everything about the products (salt flowers, Chilly jelly, petiscada of mackerels, almond liquor and others) as well as their origin, production and use. And he did all of that with great passion...MoreThanks Jutta for taking time to write an excellent review on Tripadvisor. We are very grateful to our customers that give their important feed back. We hope to see you again in Estoi!
5 based on 35 reviews
Known as the Algarve's "hidden Gem" - Bela Romao is a very unique 14 acre ocean front property with private & secluded onsite accommodation, private dining and grass croquet lawn. Villa Madresilva, a spacious traditionally restored flat roof Moorish country house(very few left in the Algarve)is completely separated within its own tropical Gardens, fig, almond and 200 year old carob trees. Has its own private pool, sleeps 10 with a semi-detached 3 bedroom cottage(for teenagers and the mother in law!) all within its own fenced 14 acres of countryside, perfect for romantic moonlit walks, bird watching, or just peaceful serenity! Electronic gated entrance, security cameras, 1/4 mile private access road off the main route, yet 5 minutes away from white talcum sandy Beaches, Blue flag crystal clean waters & the hustle and bustle of the tourists. Bela Romao itself is an exclusive private residence and also a private members croquet club, touted as one of the Algarve's "Secret Romantic Escapes". It is the 1st & only croquet club in Portugal, perched high overlooking the beautiful Ria Formosa paradise Islands and national parks. The property is nestled into an oasis of 14 acres of tropical Gardens, a fun gold tiled swimming pool, petanque court, eccentric fun club house with a Buddha bar, upside down Xmas tree hanging from the ceiling full of trinkets left from visiting guests, English telephone box(filled with cocktails and aperitifs). Mediterranean slow food Tapas plates, created daily by proprietor & Culinary Institute of America Chef de Cuisine. The shared tapas infusions are based on our organic vegetable and herb Gardens, orchards and local artisinal farmers, utilizing only the freshest of ingredients. This unique property is for private members only but our guests staying at our Villa Madresilva accommodation are more than welcome to enjoy gastronomic food and play the fun(often competitive)game of croquet. Reservations required for Lunch, Dinner, Afternoon Tea(48 hr notice for baking), Birthdays, Anniversaries, small boutique weddings etc. Important Notice:- The club does not have credit card facilities, Cash Only! Only well behaved children may be admitted to the club out of respect for other guests relaxation.
After having visited the club in April 2015 we came back again in April 2016, this time as a group of 8 croquet players from Latvia. Bela Romao club is excellent place for a croquet holiday. Can only recommend for everybody who wants a relaxing stay and gourmet meals, as Sarah is a top class chef. Absolutely cozy place, rooms and kitchens well equipped, everything clean, hosts very friendly.
Already started to plan our next visit for 2017.
4.5 based on 311 reviews
The Gypsy Market, as our guide described it, was on Saturday morning, the first day of our stay in the Algarve so was worth visiting. The stalls of clothes, shoes and presents were all much cheaper than at home but, for me the highlight was the display of fruit, vegetables and fish.
The fish market had a much greater selection of fresh fish than we ever see at home but sells out quickly so an early start is recommend.
5 based on 11 reviews
We specialise in KITESURFING and SUP Lessons, Courses, Tours and Holidays; KAYAK, KITESURF and PADDLEBOARD equipment rental; and BOAT We are based in and around the unspoilt lagoons and Islands of Fuseta in the Ria Formosa, between Faro and Tavira in the Eastern Algarve. If you want Water Sports in clear, warm water in a stunning, uncrowded, eco-location, you’ve come to the right place.
I stayed in Fuseta for 3 weeks in August 2015 and had a fantastic time with the folks at Your Algarve Adventure. Excellent professional instructors, personal coaching, the whole team very warm and welcoming and a great friendly and fun atmosphere. Beautiful Beaches with flat water lagoons one side and and the sea on the other. This part of the Ria Formosa natural park is a fantastic, unspoilt and uncrowded kitesurfing spot. I can't imagine a nicer place to learn how to kitesurf and will definitely come back to carry on learning!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Okay this is afriendly community centre which just happens to have a nice little restuarant in the complex.You need to book a table easiest is by e-mail [email protected]
There are a lot more things to do including portugese lessons bridge basic stage and many more.You can become a member for just 12 euros which gives you a discount of one euro on your food and various discounts on other activities like dances etc its multi cultural with people from all walks of life and agreat place to meet people...
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The beach is beautiful and very clean. I usually walk, but it is possible to go out on the little train which owes its existence to the tuna fishery of bygone days. Other reviewers have referred to the "anchor cemetery". This also is a relic of the times when tuna were caught and landed here and there is a museum within the buildings behind the beach which explains the network of nets, anchored to the sea floor, into which the fish were herded. It is well worth a visit. I find the restaurants less worthy of praise. You are a captive clientele. Quality is mediocre at best and prices are high.
4.5 based on 653 reviews
Went to Culatra by local ferry, which goes regularly throughout the day and is inexpensive.
We walked through the village of Culatra and across to the Atlantic side of the island, this walk is along a raised boardwalk and didn’t take very long.The beach is fantastic and deserted, but there are no facilities, even the toilet was boarded up in November! The beach was completely deserted in November.
We are not sunbathers so we walked along the beach and collected shells of which there are loads. Be aware if you have small children that there is a lot of swell and big waves, even on a calm day.
We walked to Farol along the beach, although it has a different name it is all part of the one island, the walk took about 45 minutes and you can get the return ferry from there or walk back to Culatra.
There were lots of restaurants and café’s open in Culatra but at this time of year Farol was a ghost town with everything shut.
This island is well worth a visit.
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