The best way to get acquainted with the city is to wonder around its streets.
We propose a walk in the City’s Downtown (Route 1 – The Other Side of the City Centre) or in the Historic Quarters (Route 2 – The Old Town).
No less interesting are the routes in the villages of Estoi (Route 3 – The Village of Estoi ) and Santa Barbara de Nexe (Route 4 – Santa Bárbara de Nexe and the Views).
Apart from having a wide architectural and religious heritage, Faro is a municipality set in the midst of an outstanding natural setting, featuring all requirements for the practise of nautical and nature tourism.To enjoy the Ria Formosa Nature Park, considered one of the 7 Natural Wonders, just accept our invitation and take (Route 5 – Ria Formosa Islands). You can find regular boat services schedule here, http://www.cm-faro.pt/421/barcos-para-as-ilhas.aspx.
In Faro’s Waterfront Route you get to know some birdwatching locations and discover the Ria Formosa Nature Park scenery.
The Ria’s special features allow practising a wide range of activities such as Kytesurf, cannoning, row, boat trips or birdwatching all promoted by several existent ecotourism companies.Ecotourism companies also develop activities in the town and inland. You can also choose from a horse-drawn carriage ride through the city or, instead, take a tourist train ride.