Aeroporto De Faro Apt.2024View on map
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For those looking to explore the magic of the Algarve and southern Portugal, Faro Airport is the ideal starting point. With nearly six million passengers passing through each year, during the summer time it becomes one of the most used airports in Europe. Europcar is present in Faro Airport, always ready to help with any of your car hire requirements. Our huge fleet of comfortable, safe and reliable vehicles is on hand to meet your needs, no matter your size of party or budget, and services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, plus our expert and experienced customer service personnel always being available to help deal with any issues, mean your journey out of Faro Airport can get underway with the minimum of fuss.
Faro Airport, also known as Algarve Airport, serves the southern regions of Portugal and is a hub for Ryanair, which bases seven of its aircraft there. Faro Airport hosts flights from all over the UK, Scandinavia and Europe, as well as many internal Portuguese flights. It is located less than three miles outside of the town of Faro, so close to the beach you feel you could almost land in the sea. The southern coast of Portugal, known as the Algarve, is one of the premier European holiday destinations, and Faro Airport is the ideal entry point to experience everything this sun-kissed paradise has to offer.
The Algarve – Faro Airport by far the closest airport for those wanting to bask in the Algarve sun, and visitors come from all over the world to sample its luxury and atmosphere. The southernmost tip of Portugal is a world famous playground for the rich and famous, but also an idyllic sea-and-sand destination for the rest of the world too. Gloriously soft, sandy beaches spread far and wide, and deserted islands sit just off the coast, while the calm, clear, warm waters encourage swimming and all kinds of water sports. Historic cities like Silves and Lagos provide glimpses into times gone past, with ancient architecture and populations that date back thousands of years, while Portimão and Albufeira provide the more cosmopolitan pleasures of shopping, fine dining and lively nightlife. The region is also rugged enough to allow satisfying walks and mountain-biking, as well as natural spas and golf courses.
The City of Faro – Portugal's southernmost city is a prime destination for sun seekers, but also offers more than just sea, sand and sangria. The Cidade Velha, or Old City, is a look back in time to an 18th century Moorish and Portuguese history, while the Rio Formosa lagoon has been attracting visitors since the Palaeolithic era and boat trips out are still popular. The city obviously offers some of the legendary Portuguese nightlife to those that can't sleep, as well as many top quality restaurants and shopping experiences.