Not far from the Atlantic Ocean and just across the Spanish border, Castro Marim dates back to Neolithic times and was later occupied by the Phoenicians and Romans. Two castles, both sitting atop hills, provide sweeping views of the salt marshes, pastoral lands, the Guardiana river, and Spain to the east. Trails around the area and the reserve, which are home to some 153 species of birds—including storks, avocets, sandpipers, and flocks of flamingos—afford nature enthusiasts plenty of visually stunning escapes. Take a leap back into the past with the Medieval Days festival in August every year.
FAO - Faro Airport
Nearest train station
Castro Marin Train Station
Spa & Recreation
Yoga/meditation, massage, health and wellness, and more
Food & Drink
À Terra: Mediterranean cuisine, grocery store with regional produce, and pool bar
Conference & Meetings
A 105-square-meter room can hold up 50, while a 37-square-meter room can receive up to 15. Both are fully equipped.