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Why Fly to Faro?

Faro is the capital of The Algarve and is Portugal’s most southerly province. The Algarve offers over 100 miles of beach and an average of 300 days of sunshine every year. The Algarve is also a favourite with golfers, who take advantage of a large number of courses.

Faro has a flight time of less than two hours and provides a quick-fix getaway for a sunshine break that’s not too far away from home. Flights to Faro operate out of most UK airports, with many airports offering a daily service. Low-cost carriers offer cheap flights to Faro and are a popular choice of travel on a small budget.

Flying to Faro from the UK

Flights to Faro can be found for little cost from a range of airports across the UK. The route is popular all year round and flights from London to Faro run several times every day. More regional airports have recently opened up links to Faro airport, making it even easier to fly over to Portugal without having to travel far to the nearest airport. Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle and Bristol offer direct flights to Faro, amongst the many other airports across the UK.

Which Airlines Fly to Faro?

The short flight time makes this route servable by a number of low-cost carriers, including easyJet and bmibaby. also operates flights to Faro from the North and East Midlands. Portugal’s national carrier, TAP, also offers direct. Most airlines do not include the cost of carrying any sports equipment, so golfers should always check the prices. Other national carriers provide indirect and considerably longer flights to Faro, with little or no saving on a direct flight.

Mini Travel Guide to Faro

Faro serves the whole of The Algarve, but the town itself is home to points of interest. The old town, still contained within Roman walls, dates back to the ninth century. Faro is a fusion of Moorish and Roman design; old cathedrals stand side-by-side with ornate gold leaf patterning.

The city is 7km from the beach, which is a long sandy spit easily accessible by footbridge from the airport.

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