Algarve Transfers, Faro Airport Transfers and Algarve Private Taxis
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Sun Algarve Transfers takes your worries regarding Faro Airport Transfers, Algarve Private Taxis and Faro Private Taxis.
Sun Algarve Transfers transports guests to anywhere in Algarve providing low cost and reliable quality services.
Sun Algarve Transfers services are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year - including holidays. At arrivals lounge, all you need to do is look out for your name, we do the rest.
On The Return Transfer we will pick you up from the door step of your holiday accommodation and we will drop you at the door step of Faro Airport Departures.
There are No hidden costs, extras or night charges. No extra charges for delay of your flight.
Booking with us is free and easy. All we need is your flight details.
Once you arrive at Faro, airport arrival lounge all you need to do is look out for your name.
We provide Algarve Private Taxis and Faro Private Taxis; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year - including holidays.
Algarve taxi transfers and Faro airport transfers certified transfer provider.
As Faro transfers provide a door to door service, making it the ideal Algarve golf transfer service.
Our drivers speak fluent english and portuguese.
If booked in advance, can provide child car seats, free of charge.
WHY Sun Algarve Transfers is the Smartest Choice?
What We Offer
Reliable and with the best quality services
Book a private door-to-door taxi, minivan, or minibus. We service to all towns in Algarve.
Complimentary Wait Time
Take your time and relax. Airport pickups include 60 minutes of free wait time and all other pickups.
We Only Have Professional Drivers
Have peace of mind knowing that all our drivers are licensed, insured and regulated.
There are no hidden surprises with us. Your affordable all-inclusive rate includes all taxes, tolls, and fees.
About the Algarve, Portugal
The Algarve is finding your own perfect beach
The Algarve is one of a unique place in the world, a coastal strip just over 150 Km (95 miles). It combines its natural environment and cultural heritage with the traditions of coastal towns picturesque fisherman villages. Many of these natural areas are protected and considered a world heritage by UNESCO. The region is among the best tourism destinations in the whole European continent. The Algarve is mostly considered a beach destination, ideal for nautical sports, with some of the best beaches for sailing, surfing and windsurfing. But it has many other hidden gems like its rural traditions and villages, popular for country walking and hiking. The region is also known for its many and popular golf courses .
Enjoy Algarve with Sun Algarve Transfers
In the Algarve, you can choose to enjoy unique sightseeing towns like Tavira and Lagos, sunbathe on the beautiful white sandy beaches near Albufeira, enjoy birdwatching and boating among flamingos in the Natural Park of Ria Formosa, or feel the calm of an inland city and the weight of history in Silves.
Algarve is the perfect relaxing experience; a region known for its slow cities movement philosophy. A relaxed pace of life and exquisite gastronomy , with affordable prices for anyone who decides to visit. In this tourist guide, you will get to know the different municipalities and cities of the Algarve region, get a glimpse of the main tourist attractions and unexplored gems, as well as tips and useful information that will help you plan your stay and routes efficiently.
Faro(FAO) Airport Guide, Faro airport transfers
Tourist Guide about the Algarve, Portugal
Faro(FAO) airport is the main airport that serves the southern side of Portugal and the popular tourist region of the Algarve. The airport is centrally positioned along the coastline and is close to the town of Faro, which provides all of the public transport options to the other resort towns. Faro(FAO) Airport is a seasonal airport with vast numbers passing through in the summer months while is comparatively quiet in the low season.
Faro(FAO) airport has a more personal and smaller feel than many of Europe's ultra-modern and massive airports but Faro has services and amenities that are able to handle the busy summer season. English is the second language of the airport and is spoken fluently by all customer service representatives.
Few passengers have serious complaints or misgivings about Faro airport and it is a relatively easy to both fly into and out from. The main issue with the airport come from the actual airlines, especially the low cost airlines who insist on having massive queues for check-in and bag drop off.
Tourist Advice in the airport
The airport is very logically designed, at one end of the long terminal is departures while at the other end is arrivals. This means the airport is very easy to navigate and the distance from security to the departure gate is minimal. There is a smoking area for passengers who have passed through security, it is on the first floor, above all of the shops and restaurants . There is free public WIFI (requires login) but the real annoyance is the limited number of power sockets to charge phones, computers or other electronic units.
The main complaint about the airport is the length of the queues at the check in desks, this mainly applies to the low cost airlines. For these low cost airlines always perform online check in, arrive with plenty of time and have the correct size hand luggage as they can be heedlessly fuzzy about weight or size.
As Faro is a busy international airport, all the expected services are contained within the departure or arrival lounges. Money (in Euros) can be withdrawn from the ATM machines or changed at the currency exchange stalls. All of the major car hire companies are represented at the arrivals hall and there is a tourist information booth for last minute decisions. In the public area before security there are three food vendors all selling fine but inflated priced foods and drinks. There is a wider selection once through security along with duty free shops. For those visitors travelling in Europe, supermarkets are generally cheap than the duty free stores. Key shops are open from 5am until the last flight of the day and this includes a pharmacy.
8001-701 Faro Portugal
Telephone: +351 289 800 800
Fax: +351 289 818 802
Phone: +351 289-800-688