Where to stay in Faro
Faro is right in the middle of a stretch of the Portuguese coast called the Algarve. It also seems to be a dividing point because to the west of Faro the coast is heavily developed with first rate facilities, great beaches, tiny coves and resorts. To the east are a series of ilhas, small sandy offshore islands that reach towards the border with Spain.
This is the reason why the hotels Faro has are so popular all year round – the weather, the nightlife, the facilities all add up to a great holiday. Even in winter, the weather can be mild and the advantage is you can often have the beach all to yourself. As for the hotels Faro has a whole range waiting to be filled with happy holidaymakers.
The sorts of hotels Faro offers
Fortunately, because the resort is so popular, there are plenty of hotels Faro offers that can be booked all year round. Unfortunately this does mean the hotels Faro has can get full up very quickly so it is almost essential that you book before arriving, especially during the summer months.
However if you are really stuck and rock up without a room in one of the hotels Faro has, it is worth asking at the airport tourist office if they can help with finding you some accommodation.
The choice of hotels Faro has is fantastic with most of the best hotels Faro has concentrated in the area north of the harbour. In one of the hotels Faro offers, during the summer the roof is opened up to accommodate dorm beds, while in another hotel Faro locals make sure the service is top notch and the rooms really comfortable.
Sights to see in Faro
When you step out of your hotel Faro has many delights to see and indulge in. A popular evening spot is around the marina. Here you can sip a cocktail or two while people-watching or admiring the sleek yachts and boats that bob up and down on the water.
If you fancy a stroll you could follow the railway line near the maritime museum that takes you along the seafront with the town walls on one side and the mud flats on the other.
Before you return to your hotel Faro has one more sight to see – the Museu Arqueologico housed within a 16th century convent. Outside stands the imposing statue of the conqueror, Alfonso, who was king between 1249 and 1279. Inside is a Roman mosaic of Neptune, Roman statues, Moorish artefacts and some Renaissance paintings.
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