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Getting to ​​Sagres


By Air: 
Faro airport is located approximately 100km ​east of Sagres. The centre may be able to offer a transfer service from the airport for approximately €​35 per person. You can contact them for times, information and booking at sagres@ucpaplanete.com

To travel via public transport to the centre is possible, there are buses and they cost around €20. This ​suggestion should be used for guidance purposes only, bus timetables are subject to change and we recommend you check availability before you travel.  For some more information on public transport linking ​the airport to the centre, you might like to look at the site Rome2Rio. If you are using public transport please make sure that you check the times and ensure the routes are operating as normal for your date of travel. 

Car hire is also available from the airport, and there is some parking available nearby off-site.

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