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Faro | Apartment T4

Price: From 140


Description : Tourist Rental Licence: Nº Registo 43174/AL

This four bedroom apartment is located in Faro, about 900m from the center of the city, and about 9km from Faro Island, and from Olhão, where you can get the boat for Armona and Farol Islands.

The apartment comprises of 4 bedrooms (one with a double bed and the other three with a single bed each), a fully fitted and equipped kitchen (fridge/freezer, hob, oven, microwave, washing machine, coffee machine, toaster, iron and iron board), a living/dining room with a television set and Cable TV, a shower room and a cloackroom.

There is free wi-fi throughout.

Totally equipped for 5/6 people. Bed linen and bath towels available.

.Smoking not allowed in the property
.Pets are not allowed


It was during the Roman period that this region developed and gained standing. It was then known as Civitas Ossobonensis, with its borders stretching to where modern Tavira lies, and included a number of towns with specific productive, rural and maritime functions.
This historical past come from interpreting archaeological finds made in the city which can now be seen in the Infante D. Henrique (Prince Henry the Navigator) Archaeological Museum, and the Milreu Ruins to be found in the suburbs of Faro.

In the 9th century, the town was renamed Saint Mary Ibn Harun after the Arab family that governed the region. The name, would result in Faro. Throughout the period of Muslim rule, Christian religious practices were allowed, hence "Saint Mary" remained as part of the name. In addition to archaeological remains from that period, the Arab Gateway (part of the Arco da Vila (Town Arch)) recalls one of the entries into the walled centre, known as Vila-Adentro (Inner Town).

Vila-Adentro would be definitively returned to Christian rule in 1249, during the reign of Afonso III. The Sé Cathedral would be built on the site of the former Mosque and the walls, reinforced to highlight new rulers had taken over.

In the 16th century, Faro became an important trading centre on the Algarve, a role it kept up throughout centuries. It became a city in 1540 and the Bishopdom formerly located in Silves was relocated to Faro. Many of the city's religious monuments date from that period reflecting the economic wealth in the artistic grace of the Church of Misericórdia (Compassion) and the convents of Saint Francis, Nossa Senhora da Assunção (Our Lady of the Assumption - now the Infante D. Henrique Archaeological Museum), of Santiago Maior and of Saint Anthony of Capuchin.

In the 19th century, Faro was administratively reorganised, centralising regional powers and, along with its role in the regional economy, became one of the most important cities in the Algarve. The nobility and bourgeois contributed to this urban renovation building palace-like residences. the wealthier families built second homes on the outskirts. These include the impressive Palace of Estói.

In addition to the architectural heritage already described, a wander around Faro must also include a family visit to the Museum of Living Science, with its interesting range of activities especially for the younger visitors.

On the outskirts of the city, the sheer beauty of the Ria Formosa Natural Park ensures it is well worth a visit.


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Living room with dining area
Washing Machine
Expresso machine
Cable TV
Iron and Iron board
Bed and Bath Linen available


01 to 16 July: €140/day
17 to 21 July: €235/day
22 July to 31 August: €140/day

* Minimum stay – 3 days

*Municipal Tourist Tax is not included on the price.
Tourist Tax is required at check in (in cash): €1.50 per overnight and per person (up to 7 consecutive nights). Guests under the age of 13 are exempt.
Payment is required for stays from 01 March till 31 October. Remaining months are exempt.

Payment Terms: 50% at the booking and the remaining 50% at entry, with a €100 deposit refundable at the check out

Check-in at 15h and check-out at 10h.


Faro Airport: 6 km
Faro Beach: 9 km
Armona, Culatra and Farol Islands: 9 km
Centre of the city: 1 km
Forum Algarve Shopping: 2 km


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