Activities and Experiences
Holidays in Tavira
The eastern Algarve is a region of outdoor experiences, with some of the best golf courses in Europe, some of the best beaches in Portugal, nature tourism including birdwatching, walks through the salt flats and boat trips on Ria Formosa and the Guadiana river, horse-riding, gastronomic and cultural tours in historic towns such as Tavira, Castro Marim, Cacela Velha and Vila Real de Santo António, as well as water sports, including kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing and so much more.
Outdoor activities for the whole family
There are numerous activities that you can book at the hotel throughout the year, including four-wheel driving, trekking, sport fishing, many in partnership with specialist companies in the Algarve. And in Ozadi Tavira Hotel we have a Padel court and sessions of accompanied training with our personal trainers.
Close to this four-star hotel there are also several amusement parks for the whole family, including Zoomarine and Aquashow. And over the border into Spain, you can easily reach Seville, where adults will enjoy the tasty food at tapas bars, while children have fun at the Isla Mágica.
NOT TO BE MISSED
Cacela Velha: Still with vestiges of the Roman and Arab occupations, Cacela Velha is the ideal spot for those looking for peace and quiet. Affording a unique view over the Ria Formosa, this little town is also highly regarded for its traditional cuisine.
Castro Marim: A historical town renowned for its monuments and the scenery of the Castro Marim Marshland Nature Reserve. Every year, in late August, Castro Marim turns the clock back several centuries and hosts a mediaeval fair.
Monte Gordo: An international holiday resort with an extensive beach, Monte Gordo also offers a variety of other leisure activities such as a casino and a vast array of bars and restaurants where diners can appreciate the best Algarve cuisine, rich in fish and seafood.
Tavira: Its origins dating back to the year 2000 BC, Tavira is a living museum with a hugely historical past. The Ria Formosa Nature Park, the uplands and the beaches round off the tourism offering of a city also known for its 37 churches.
Seville: The capital of Andalusia and the fourth largest city in Spain, Seville is packed with life and colour, heritage, cuisine, festivities and a buzzing nightlife. With its traditional flamenco, bullfighting, bohemian atmosphere and popular and noble neighbourhoods, Seville is also renowned for the sheer entertainment and excitement available at places such as Isla Mágica.