Due to its location, the Algarve enjoys good transport connections, both internally with other Portuguese cities and externally through Spain, Also it has its on Airport, with a variety of national and international airlines have regular flights to the Algarve, making Faro a busy international airport.
The Algarve also benefits from a good road network, composed of motorways, trunk roads and a range of secondary roads, making the journey comfortable and efficient whether you’re travelling by bus or driving in a rented car.
The Rail transport is also another alternative for visitors to the region. The Portuguese rail service (CP – Comboios de Portugal) has a line going thorough the Algarve and also a connection to the major cities in Portugal.
International Access Faro Airport
Tel.: 289 800 800 (General)
Tel.: 289 800 801 (Flight information until midnight)
Tel.: 289 800 617 (Flight information after midnight)
Trains “Alfa Pendular”
These are fully equipped, fast and comfortable trains for long travels.
Intercity trains: connections to various cities in Portugal, such as Lisbon-Algarve.
Inter-regional trains with services between Lagos and Vila Real de Santo António.
There are Several Express and Normal Service Bus Stations, were you can easily get anywhere in the Algarve, Portugal and Spain, the biggest ones are in Lagos, Portimão, Albufeira and Faro.
International Access by Road
N431 (Huelva, Spain) / A22 – (Via do Infante, Portugal)
Port of Portimão
Tel.: 282 400 680
National Access by Roads
IC1, N2, N120, N122
Algarve Access by Road
Main road links
A22 – (Via do Infante), N125
Average Time and Distance for Flight connections to Faro Aiport
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