Fly from Liverpool to Faro
Take some time out to visit the Algarve by flying to Faro, Portugal from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Regular and direct flights with easyJet and Ryanair mean you can begin your Portuguese adventure faster than you can say ‘sun cream’! Book your trip online with us today and discover Faro for yourself.
Why you should go
Whether you’re stopping over or just passing through onto somewhere else in the Algarve, Faro is the perfect connecting point to explore Portugal. Whether you’re a sun seeker or city breaker, the Algarve is a popular destination for those looking to bask in sunshine, take in stunning architecture or sample local cuisines. There’s also something for everyone; if you’re a wanderer, there’s plenty of historical streets to walk down and for those looking for a relaxing holiday, you’re spoilt for choice in terms of resorts.
If you’re after a cultural experience, venture to Faro itself where Museo Municipal has lots of historical artefacts to view, including works by Carlos Filipe Porfíro, depicting local legends. It’s also worth visiting the Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo, a gorgeous baroque church. Behind it is Capela dos Ossos, a curious 19th century chapel built from the bones and skulls of more than 1,000 monks.
Portugal has some of the most impressive coasts in the whole of Europe, with beaches hidden by natural limestone rocks. Whether you’re looking to spot some dolphins or just discover the variety of different coves, spend your trip looking out onto the Atlantic and visit beaches such as Praia da Marinha or Praia da Falésia.
When you should go
Depending on what you want to get out of your trip, there are various times in the year when you will be best suited to visiting Portugal. Springtime is filled with fresh blooms and wild waves perfect for surfing, whilst summer temperatures from June to September can reach up to 30°C, making this the most popular time to travel.
Where you should stay
Faro’s surrounding areas have plenty to offer, and the Algarve itself has countless resorts and long stretches of beaches which are ideal for sun worshippers. Albufeira is a livelier destination which also has a picturesque old town that’s definitely worth a visit! Lagos is known for its impressive 16th century architecture and chilled out beach, whilst Olhos D’Agua is the place to be if you fancy sampling the catch of the day in one of its great eateries in the harbour.
The uniqueness and originality of southern Portugal will make your holiday one to remember, but don’t forget to take a look at these secrets off the beaten track:
- Costa Vicentina – this natural park can be considered as one of the most impressive natural sights in Europe, which is also largely forgotten about by tourists. Discover the breath-taking coastline and take a walk along this popular route.
- Guia – around a 40-minute drive from Faro, Guia is considered as having the best selection of peri-peri chicken, as well as being a hotspot for the rich and famous.
- O Castelo – located in Faro, O Castelo is a great place to let your hair down and put on your dancing shoes for great live music and evening entertainment.
If you’re interested in finding out what Faro, Portugal is all about, why not book your trip from LJLA today?
easyJet & Ryanair have regular flights between Liverpool and Faro and you can now book your Faro flight right here using our SkyScanner booking system. Whatever the nature of your trip our regular flights from Liverpool to Faro in Portugal are quick and convenient and fly into Faro Airport.
Once you book flights to Faro, Portugal you might want to browse information on Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you planning to book one of the easyJet & Ryanair flights from Faro to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
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