JUST ARRIVED! FARO FOR PENTECOST
PENTECOST HOLIDAYSSTOCKHOLM - LISBON - PORTO - MUNICH - HAMBURG AND... FARO!
From May 29th, we invite you to fully enjoy your Pentecost holidays. Enjoy Stockholm, Porto, Lisbon, Hamburg, Munich... and FARO.
So you can take full advantage of a week full of holidays to visit friends and family or simply to take a breath of fresh air. Luxair & LuxairTours have put special measures in place to guarantee your safety when travelling with us. Your health, well-being, safety, and comfort are always our highest priority.
So we have also included FARO as an additional destination in the Pentecost offer.
Let us guide you
Will hotels and restaurants be open? What can I do once I arrive at my destination?
We have been looking for the best inspirations of the moment for a successful trip!
Faro is known for its healthy and locally sourced food.
From the 18th of May, restaurants, cafés, pastries and outdoor terraces are open at 50% of their capacity, until 11pm and in accordance with specific measures.
Partnered with low population density, hygiene and health protocols for hotels, restaurants and activities, this should give confidence to travellers seeking to visit Portugal in the post-lockdown world.
The Algarve is justly famous for its magnificent beaches. They are beautiful and varied, from long expanses of fine sand to picturesque and secluded cove beaches. Some are only accessible from the sea which ensures they are less frequented, others are so vast that social distancing is not an issue. And there are so many beaches in the Algarve that even during the busiest season, it is possible to find a quiet, sparsely populated beach. For 2020, measures will be in place to define the “load capacity” for each beach to ensure safe social distancing for beach-goers.
The climate is delivering daily doses of vitamin D and sunlight to lift our spirits.
Golf is a popular activity in the Algarve, as well as sailing or kayaking.. you can discover historical small villages and enjoy open spaces to explore and clean air to breathe.
Many of the activities that people enjoy in the Algarve are open-air activities. With clean air to breathe and plenty of vitamin D to absorb, being outdoors in the Algarve is good for you.
There are some superb trails to explore the countryside and coastal routes on foot or by bike. Population density is low in the Algarve, particularly inland, so keeping your distance is not an issue.
Since the 18th of May, museums, monuments/palaces, art galleries, and zoos are open.
Portugal has set up a new Clean & Safe policy for all the touristic industry. It's an initiative developed by Turismo de Portugal to provide guidance for restaurants, accommodation, tourism companies regarding hygiene, cleaning and the main protection measures to use for the future. More information on the situation on the website of the Portuguese government.
At Faro airport, measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of all, employees and passengers. A system for measuring body temperature has been introduced on arrival at the airports. More information on the ANA website.