Flights to Faro - Discovering Portugal

 Faro's Marina

 

 

The Algarve


The Lagos marina, which has been awarded the Euromarina Anchor Award for its top-notch infrastructure, is a great option for those who enjoy the jazz music genre, with live performances frequently taking place in the surrounding areas. For those looking for adventure in Lagos, our suggestion is, beyond doubt, Meia Praia, a long stretch of sandy beach popular with water sports and diving enthusiasts.    
In the municipality of Albufeira, you can visit Zoomarine for closer contact with marine animals or go to Praia da Oura, from where you can set off on a cruise along the coast. In Loulé, specifically in Vilamoura, you'll find one of Europe's most developed tourist developments. At its lush marina, you can practice several water sports or simply enjoy the scenery and take a relaxing boat trip.    
Vilamoura's golf courses will delight golf lovers. Around the marina, you'll find stores run by well-known fashion designers, where you can shop before dining in the various restaurants in the Vilamoura tourist complex.

Algarve must see places, Faro

 

 

About Faro


Located in the south of Portugal, Faro, known worldwide for its Mediterranean climate and fabulous beaches, is a cosmopolitan city with a pronounced tourist scene. Although accommodation in Faro is predominantly on the coast, overlooking the Algarve's famous beaches, it is also possible to stay inland so that nature lovers can enjoy the fantastic landscapes covered in greenery.     
The Roman and Arab presence is still felt today in the Algarve's cuisine, mixing the flavors of the sea with pleasant countryside aromas.     
As Faro is a city with a massive tourist flow, entertainment could not be overlooked. Live music, restaurants, and bars are available for visitors to enjoy their stay in the city in a pleasant and relaxed fashion. + info

Algarve's beach

 

 

Must see places in Faro


  • Beach of Faro – It's common knowledge that the Algarve's beaches are true natural wonders, recognized internationally. Faro Beach fits this description perfectly. Located on the Ancão Peninsula, it combines sunshine and temperate waters with the region's typical fauna and flora.
  • Ria Formosa – Classified as a Natural Park since 1987, the Ria Formosa is one of the most beautiful and appealing landscapes a nature lover can visit in Faro. Chosen as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of Portugal, this Natural Park is a true wonder for birdwatchers, acting as a refuge for many birds coming from Northern Europe on their migratory journey.
  • Roman Ruins of Milreu – For archaeology and history buffs, the Roman ruins of Milreu, located in the village of Estói, are certainly a must-see. Classified as a National Monument, the Roman ruins are significant evidence of the Roman presence in the Algarve.
  • Algarve Regional Museum – Inaugurated on December 15, 1962, the Algarve Regional Museum aims to show the Algarve's culture and tradition to all interested. To this end, it exhibits photographs and around 1100 pieces that reconstitute the Algarve's houses and taverns of the past.
Faro Algarve

 

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