Faro and its surroundings will welcome you for a memorable stay in the Portuguese sunshine.

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5 good reasons to go to Faro

A picturesque old city
A picturesque old city
Faro and its old city exude a certain charm. You can explore the city gates known as the Arco da Vila, the cathedral, the episcopal palace and churches. Take the time to stroll down the pretty cobbled streets lined with typical Portuguese houses.
Relax on the quiet beaches
Relax on the quiet beaches
Faro is a sunny destination lined with stunning beaches that delve into the Atlantic Ocean. Faro’s beach is one of the most beautiful in the area and is several kilometres long. The beaches of Barrinha, the Desert Island and Cabanas Island are also beautiful and fairly quiet.
Exploring protected natural heritage
Exploring protected natural heritage
Lush nature is ready to be discovered right outside Faro. The Ria Formosa nature reserve offers a unique landscape and is home to migratory birds. The storks have found another place to call home: Faro’s rooftops! As you walk, you can discover the local fauna and flora.
An incredible wide range of activities
An incredible wide range of activities
Faro and its surroundings are known for their sporting activities. The coast offers countless water sports: surfing, kitesurfing, scuba diving and more! If you prefer quieter activities, opt for a boat ride. Golf enthusiasts will love it: there are close to 20 golf courses around Faro!
Fantastic cuisine in the Algarve
Fantastic cuisine in the Algarve
You must try the local gastronomy during your stay in Portugal. As a seaside city, Faro offers a wide range of fish and seafood dishes. Rice with razor clams and whelk casserole will delight anyone who tries these dishes. For those with a sweet tooth, there are some delicious cakes made with almonds, dried fruits and carob flour - from carob tree seeds.

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Culture and history

A majestic cathedral

A majestic cathedral

The Sé de Faro cathedral cannot be missed. One of the Algarve’s most remarkable religious sites combines Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements. Inside, the altarpiece, azulejos, chapel and the tomb of António Pereira da Silva, bishop of the Algarve in the early 18th century,are most definitely worth a look .

Ancient Rome in the Algarve

In Estoi, just 10 km away from Faro, lies an archaeological site that highlights the remains of a Roman villa dating back to the 2nd century. Well-preserved baths were discovered, with marvellous sea-themed mosaics. This journey back to the past is one of the region’s most enriching.

A eerie chapel

A eerie chapel

A surprising visit awaits you at the Capela dos Ossos - the Chapel of Bones. Not for the faint-hearted. Right next to the Nossa Senhora do Carmo church, skulls and bones are set deep in the walls. As the cemetery could no longer welcome any bodies, the overflowing bones were mounted into the walls. The result is both fascinating and mournful.


Eating outside in the centre of Faro

Eating outside in the centre of Faro

Fancy having a drink or a meal out on the terrace? Rua Santo António is one of Faro’s most lively places to go. There are many nice cafés, bars and restaurants there. Sangria and regional dishes are on the menu! Rua Vasco da Gama also boasts several pleasant restaurants.

New flavours at Portas de São Pedro

The Portas de São Pedro restaurant offers typical dishes from the Algarve, as well as Portuguese tapas. The local cuisine is simple yet fresh and will delight curious travellers. There’s something for everyone: grilled seafood (octopus for instance), cured meats, cheeses and more. Faro’s many flavours will awaken your taste buds.


Cataplana, a speciality from the Algarve

This Portuguese dish is one of the Algarve’s most famous. Cataplana refers both to the recipe and utensil in which it is cooked - similar to a closed wok. To prepare the dish, you need seafood, peppers, chorizo and ham or lard. The clam version is without a doubt the most appreciated.

Chocolate cake lookalike

Chocolate cake lookalike

Bolus alfarroba looks incredibly like a chocolate cake, but is far from it. Alfarroba, known as carob, is a tree from which a pulp is extracted. It is then dried and turned into flour used in cooking. Its brown colour and slightly bitter taste make it very similar to cocoa. Don't let them fool you!

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Time difference

-1h GMT




1060 km

Average temperature


20°C (max 26°C)


24°C (max 29°C)


17°C (max 23°C)


14°C (max 19°C)

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