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  • 1 Faro is the gateway to Portugal's Algarve Coast and you can fly direct for a great price all year round so don't go indirect.
  • 2 Cheap prices are available from all over the UK with some of the lowest fares available from Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, Edinburgh and East Midlands.
  • 3 Flight prices are very cheap in winter, more expensive in spring and autumn and most expensive in summer - make sure you book early to get the best prices, and be flexible on your exact dates too.

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    OUTBOUND : 21/02/18

    19:10 STN » 22:05 FAO

    0 changes

    INBOUND : 24/02/18

    15:45 FAO » 18:45 STN

    0 changes

    £ 67 pp
  • London - Faro

    British Airways
    OUTBOUND : 05/05/18

    19:30 LGW » 22:20 FAO

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    INBOUND : 09/05/18

    20:45 FAO » 23:30 LGW

    0 changes

    £ 102 pp
  • London - Faro

    OUTBOUND : 10/05/18

    17:00 LGW » 19:45 FAO

    0 changes

    INBOUND : 17/05/18

    20:30 FAO » 23:05 LGW

    0 changes

    £ 117 pp
  • Manchester - Faro

    TAP Portugal
    OUTBOUND : 22/05/18

    19:00 MAN » 11:15 FAO

    1 change

    INBOUND : 29/05/18

    18:50 FAO » 11:00 MAN

    1 change

    £ 124 pp
  • Manchester - Faro

    Brussels Airlines
    OUTBOUND : 29/05/18

    07:10 MAN » 12:20 FAO

    1 change

    INBOUND : 07/06/18

    13:10 FAO » 18:00 MAN

    1 change

    £ 126 pp
  • Manchester - Faro

    OUTBOUND : 13/04/18

    20:35 MAN » 21:50 FAO

    1 change

    INBOUND : 20/04/18

    10:40 FAO » 09:15 MAN

    1 change

    £ 136 pp
  • Birmingham - Faro

    OUTBOUND : 23/05/18

    19:20 BHX » 14:45 FAO

    1 change

    INBOUND : 30/05/18

    16:20 FAO » 13:25 BHX

    1 change

    £ 155 pp
  • London - Faro

    OUTBOUND : 30/03/18

    21:00 STN » 08:40 FAO

    1 change

    INBOUND : 11/04/18

    10:05 FAO » 20:15 STN

    1 change

    £ 180 pp

The gateway to Portugal's Algarve coast, cheap flights to Faro put you close to some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Faro is in the ideal location for getting around the Algarve, which is made even easier with car hire, but don't forget that Faro itself can be a great holiday destination too!

It's easy to overlook Faro as a holiday destination, because it's lacking in beaches. But Faro's Old Town is crammed with beautiful and historical buildings such as the Cathedral of Faro. Albufeira offers the best of the Algarve's nightlife, and golfing fans need look no further than the exceptional courses of Vilamoura or Vale do Lobo. If you're feeling flush and want to treat yourself then choose a five-star hotel by the Marina in Faro or along the beach front. You can read more on Faro and the Algarve here.

Getting to Faro

Starting your holiday in Faro or the Algarve is easy with flights available from all over the UK, particularly during the summer. The flying time from most UK airports is around two and a half hours. If you want to save money then look for package holidays in Faro, but if you're after something a little more unusual then book your flight and hotel separately and strike out on your own!

Direct Flights to Algarve

Faro is a popular year-round destination, which means direct flights are not difficult to find there throughout the year, and from a number of different UK airports. Ryanair offer competitive prices from Bristol, Newqyay, Birmingham, Cardiff, Newcastle and Manchester, and with easyJet, you can choose from nine UK airports including Belfast. Monarch Airlines and British Airways also offer flights to the Portuguese city.

Faro's close proximity to Algarve's seaside resorts means that the airport is very well connected, and competition between airlines is fierce. It is not uncommon to find direct flights to Faro for under £50, and if you combine this with a hotel, you can bag yourself a fantastic Algarve holiday deal, especially outside the peak summer months, which are the most popular times for an all inclusive Algarve holiday.

Travel to Faro

There are plenty of flights to Faro, with over 20 airports offering direct flights from all over the UK. Many of these are operated by budget airlines so it's easy to get a cheap flight if you're prepared to be flexible on dates and flight times.

On arrival in Faro

Faro Airport lies just to the west of the town and there are two bus routes from the centre that include the airport, as well as a dedicated shuttle bus. Taxis are available but if there's a group of you then booking a private shuttle may prove cheaper. Car hire is also popular but can easily sell out during the busy summer months so booking ahead is important, and this will also get you the best rates. If you're heading off on holiday along the Algarve coast it's certainly worth checking out the prices of adding a shuttle transfer to your holiday package. This is usually the cheapest and easiest way to get around after your flight lands in Faro.

Getting around Faro

Car hire is vital if you've hired a villa in the Algarve, or if you're planning on exploring the region. There are buses, even to some of the most remote villages, but as there may only be one or two per day they don't compare to the convenience of having your own wheels. However if you're planning on just staying in Faro itself then you'll easily get by on foot, by bus or by taxi.

Travelling further afield

Portugal has a good public transport network comprising trains both regular and high-speed for longer journeys, and intercity coaches. It's easy to get to Lagos, Lisbon and Porto as well as into Spain to Madrid and Seville. Driving in the Algarve is also easy, there are plenty of signs and fewer toll roads than further north.

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Faro Weather

Faro experiences long hot summers with barely a drop of rain between June and September, and temperatures in the high 20°Cs. The water temperature during the summer months reaches around 23°C. Winters are mild and mostly dry, with rainfall on less than a third of the days on average. Daytime temperatures average around 15°C and night time temperatures tend to dip just below 10°C.

Faro's Tourist Season

Summer is the height of the tourist season for Faro, particularly during the school holidays throughout Europe so it's important to book your accommodation early and arrange your car hire in advance as well. Spring and autumn are the best times to appreciate the diversity at the Ria Formosa and Faro is generally quieter then but the weather is still good. Visiting in winter you'll brilliant prices, though be aware that it can get so quiet that the attractions close too!




€ Euros. ATMs and small currency exchangers generally offer better rates than the banks. Some smaller restaurants and cafes may not accept credit cards so look for signs or ask to be sure before you order.


Portuguese. English and Spanish are also very widely spoken in Faro, as well as some French and German.

Dialling codes:

+351 for Portugal followed by 289 for Faro.


The local mosquito population can be rather fierce, particularly by fresh water so make sure to take some mosquito repellent!


As part of the EU, all you need to enter Portugal is a valid passport, which entitles you to stay for up to 3 months. After this time you'll need to register yourself as a resident with the local authorities.

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