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Here Are The Best Airbnb Stays In Faro, Portugal

By Parker Diakite

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There’s no doubt that Portugal is becoming one of Europe’s hottest destinations. While everyone is heading to Lisbon and Porto, try to sneak some time in your vacation for Portugal’s exotic Algarve region: the country’s most southern tip.

Faro is the capital of the Algarve region and it’s full of beautiful scenery, including crystal blue water, cliffs, and beaches.

To ensure that your accommodations match with the amazing time you will have in Faro, here are the 5 best Airbnbs to consider during your stay:

Seaside Views On Faro Beach

Located just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean, there’s no better place to stay if you want to wake up and sleep to the sound of the sea.

Not only are you steps away from the sand but this apartment has a balcony that offers amazing sea views as well.

Photo courtesy of Airbnb Faro, Portugal

Beach Villa On The Water

If you’re traveling with a decent size group, then this villa is for you. This home is large enough to accommodate seven people.

With four bedrooms, a large living room, and an open kitchen, you will have plenty of space to roam around. In addition to the beach just steps away, you will be right in the heart of the Ria Formosa National Park.

Photo courtesy of Airbnb Faro, Portugal

A Stay Out Of The Way

Just 16 minutes away from Faro is a stunning home that perfect for groups of eight or less. Located in the historic town of Olhão, this stunning 4-bedroom house was originally 3 different houses that were turned into 1 large space.

This home features beautiful and bright-colored interior, a terrace to enjoy the sunshine for breakfast and dinner, and a short walk to amenities, including the harbor, markets, restaurants, and bars.

Photo courtesy of Airbnb Faro, Portugal

Modern Downtown Apartment

Location can make or break your experience during a vacation, which is why we recommend a stay at this beautiful downtown apartment where you will be situated in the middle of everything.

You will be close to the city center, restaurants, the beach, and nightlife.

Photo courtesy of Airbnb Faro, Portugal

Charming Guesthouse Away From City Center

For those of you looking for a different side to Faro, then consider this Airbnb away from the busy resorts and in the countryside.

You will have access to a pool, hot tub, and you’re just minutes away from the Loulè shopping center.

Even though you will be away from the beach, this accommodation does not lack in scenery or beauty.

Photo courtesy of Airbnb Faro, Portugal
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