Pensao-Residencial Oceano

R. Ivens, 21, 2nd floor, Faro, Algarve, Portugal
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And even the occasional wall paintingAnd even the occasional wall painting

Almost rural lane in the Old TownAlmost rural lane in the Old Town

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Hotels near Faro airport + contacts of the hotels

by valiak

I am searching for hotels that are very close to the Faro airport.
It seems that Eva hotel is the closest hotel. Do you have any contacts of the hotel and what is the cheapest and fastest way to get to the hotel from Faro airport?

Re: Hotels near Faro airport + contacts of the hotels

by Maurizioago

Eva hotel is near the bus station and not near the airport.

Re: Hotels near Faro airport + contacts of the hotels

by cubsur

The IBIS and the Monaco are both about five minutes in a taxi from the airport and much nearer to it that the EVA. Cost 6 or 7 Euros maximum. There are no buses to either of those.

However, the EVA might be more convenient if you are travelling later to another part of the Algarve, as it next to both the bus and railway stations.

A taxi to EVA will be about 10 or 11 Euros. The bus service at the airport is very limited but if you are lucky there will be a bus and for €1.75 you will be at the EVA in 18 minutes.

Re: Hotels near Faro airport + contacts of the hotels

by Pau365

The nearest hotel (nearer than the Ibis, nearer than the Monaco) is Hospederia Frangaria.

http://www.booking.com/hotel/pt/hospedaria-frangaria.en.html

I haven’t stayed there myself but it gets good reviews in booking.com. You could actually walk to the airport from Frangaria, it would take about 15-20 minutes. I presume the bus also bus also stops outside and would take you to the airport.

Another hotel that’s near the airport and with easy transport is the Aeromar, which is right on the beach. You can get a bus from close to the hotel to the Airport.

http://www.aeromar.net/en/

(The Aeromar is also in booking.com).

Here’s the bus timetable between the beach (Praia de Faro or P.Faro), the Airport and the city centre (Avenida: just opposite the bus station). The airport is between the beach and the city centre.

http://www.eva-bus.com/novo/horarios_tabelas_u16.php

Hope this is all helpful!

Pau

Re: Hotels near Faro airport + contacts of the hotels

by Pau365

Hi Pedmar, yes that’s a good idea, so that others can see it, I could put it as a tip as well, I’ll see if I can do that!

Travel Tips for Faro

Ria Formosa

by TinKan

Faro is also the home of the Ria Formosa lagoon, a nature reserve of over 17.000 hectares and a stopping place for hundreds of different birds during the spring and autumn migratory periods. You will find storks all over the town and the Algarve region.

From 1985 onwards, the Borough...

by ankx

From 1985 onwards, the Borough of Carvoeiro therefore became one of the five boroughs within the Lagoa Municipality, part of the Faro District, and it borders on the Estômbar and Lagoa boroughs to the west, north and east, with the Atlantic Ocean to the south. The borough area is 12.8 square kilometers, which is 13.7 % of the Lagoa municipal territory. Forty percent of the municipal coastline is in the borough, and its excellent cliffside beaches with scenic landscapes triggered the tourist influx, especially from the U.K., at the beginning, during the sixties. After that , visitors of other nationalities such as Germans discovered the attractions of the area.
However, in centuries gone by the Carvoeiro coast was coveted by other civilisations, especially in the view of its connections with the sea -fishing and coastal defense. The fact that archaeological relics have been found of the shore at Praia do Carvoeiro, such as a lead Roman anchor stock and a 13th century iron anchor, prove this point.

the brief moment of Happiness

by Faracy

for about five minutes, Spain did not know they had been eliminated from the next round of the Eurocup... for these five minutes I witnessed something pretty cool, Portuguese and Spanish people telling each other they loved each other (yeah they were drunk) and getting along brilliantly. They thought they were both advancing. I can´t speak for the Portuguese or Spanish, but from my experience this is rare..

Two nice villages. Alte and Estoi.

by Maurizioago

Estoi is a nice white village some 11 km far from Faro. It is well known for its palace and for the Roman ruins of Milreu. Well, unfortunately the palace was closed for restoration (it will be turned into a parador), it was not permitted even to visit the gardens. The ruins of Milreu have various ruins of buildings, but there aren't many mosaics.

The village has a nice main square with a church and a couple of cafes. If you climb a staircase, or follow some paths you arrive to a beautiful shaded square surrounded by some small houses

Alte is a nice village in inland Algarve. It is some 35 km far from Faro. It has lots of cafes, restaurants and a very interesting art gallery (Off the wall) where you can find some handmade presents to take home.

You can go to Alte by bus, but first you have to go to Loulè from Faro. Then you have to take another bus. Unfortunately in the summer there are few buses operating in the afternoon. So I'd recommend to vist Alte in the morning.

Sagres.

It was here that five...

by Kozzmozz

Sagres.

It was here that five centuries ago Prince Henry set up a school of navigation, which played a crucial role in the Portuguese Discoveries. Apart from the Nossa Senhora da Graça Chapel, you can visit the magnificent fortress (originally built in the 14th century, and later altered) and the 15th century rosa-dos-ventos (a 43 m-diameter compass card). Nearby, on the extreme southwestern tip of the European continent, is Cabo de São Vicente (Romans’ Promontorium Sacrum), opening on to a vast horizon of sea and sky.

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