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Welcome to Faro, the gateway to Portugal’s stunning Algarve region. With its golden beaches, charming villages, and rich cultural heritage, Faro promises an unforgettable holiday. 

In the region of Faro, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Explore the historic Old Town, with its cobbled streets and picturesque squares, or venture to the Ria Formosa Natural Park, a haven for birdwatching and outdoor enthusiasts. Indulge in fresh seafood at local restaurants, or embark on a boat tour to discover hidden caves and grottos along the coastline. 

During the summer months, Faro enjoys warm and sunny weather, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 30°C, ideal for beach outings and outdoor activities. 

Top attractions not to be missed include the stunning beaches of Praia da Marinha and Praia da Falésia, the historic Faro Cathedral, and the captivating São Lourenço Church. Explore the scenic beauty of Ponta da Piedade, with its dramatic sea cliffs and turquoise waters, or immerse yourself in history at the Castle of Silves. 

Discover the beauty and charm of Faro and the Algarve region, where every corner holds a new adventure waiting to be explored all direct from Teesside Airport. 

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Located on the western edge of the Algarve, Lagos is home to sandy shores and beautiful beaches, perfect for the family or just chilling out and soaking up the sun. 

Beaches such as the Praia Dona Ana offer not just miles of coastline and hot white sand but towering mossy rock formations that only add to the scenery. 

It isn’t all beaches though. Kick down cobblestone streets to a nearby café or restaurant and enjoy the weather with a full belly. There is plenty of choice no matter what you’re hungry for. 


The Vilamoura area provides a high-end holiday experience. With the Atlantic beaches such as Praia de Vilamoura, luxury golf courses and museums galore, you certainly won’t be bored. 

You can charter a yacht for a guided tour across the Algarve region and drink in the scenery of pale white sand, crescent shaped coves and rocky inlets that make up the beautiful Algarve coastline. The marina is also filled with boats owned by celebrities so you may even spot a star or two while you’re sightseeing. 


Alvor is a former fishing village that has since become a popular resort. They keep the traditions of the Algarve alive in Alvor and still offer local seafood caught fresh every day, in a litany of restaurants.

The beautiful blue bay has a variety of waterfront bars where you can sit, look out on to the water with a drink in hand and forget all your troubles as the world goes by.


There’s lots to do on your visit to Albufeira, including a huge number of beaches, bars littering the local strip and old town full of history and tradition.

Take to family attractions like Zoomarine, tee off in one of Europe’s golf hotspots or enjoy an unmissable day at a water park.

Sao Joao

Sao Joao offers a relaxing atmosphere with the option for a lively night out. Chill out during the day on the beach then get yourself to the famous Algarve strip for a wild night out.

Catch a boat to the Rio Formosa nature reserve, a lagoon that stretches into Spain and is perfect for flamingo spotting. Rent a kayak in the National Park, walk the walled Cidada Velha, or discover the weird and wonderful Capela dos Ossos (The Chapel of the Bones).

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