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All reviews cobbled streets walled city orange trees worth a visit cafes and restaurants lovely town storks nesting walk around municipal museum cathedral tower nice walk bell tower few hours couple of hours ria formosa marina stroll
Renovation work is still going on here, but it is worth taking a little time to wander around. Nice buildings and small shops/workshops. Not a lot of shade in the middle of the day with sun high, but worth a quick visit, particularly the church.
It was quite as it was in the begging of October. The west was hot still sun beaming until 6-7 pm. I didn't expect it to be so hot still. We definitely go in October again as it is cheap. Only paid £58 rtn when...More
Although Faro is a large modern city, the old town is relatively compact and is fronted by the salt marshes of the littoral. It's well kept and has interesting old buildings such as the cathedral as well as restaurants, bars and craft shops, artists areas.
Its a lovely area.plenty of cafes bars clubs restaurant s shops..suit all ages.
Lots going on from early morning till late at night.
Unfortunately not suitable for persons with Walking difficultties really as quite hilly and cobbled stones.very picturesque.
We rented a car to visit smaller towns like Faro and Sagres while staying in Lagos. Parking is ample outside the old town so that you don't have to navigate the narrow streets. Lots of food choices and boutiques. History at every turn of the...More
More pleasant than Albufeira by a huge distance and a bit more genuine Portuguese feel than Vilamoura. Nice to stroll around. Lovely cobbled streets. Quiet when we were there. Good for a couple of hours site seeing excluding lunch or dinner.