Lagos is a popular town in southern Portugal’s Algarve region. It’s known for its walled old town, staggering cliffs and stunning beaches. The town is located 91 km from Faro Airport, which is southern Portugal’s main airport. You have 3 direct transportation options when travelling from Faro Airport to Lagos; taxi, private transfer and bus. Taking a local taxi from the airport to Lagos will get you there in record time and without much hassle. The journey takes around an hour and costs approximately €85.
An inexpensive way to travel to Lagos is by taking the Aerobus 56. The service is direct, runs a few time a day and will cost you just €12, however, the journey time is double that of a taxi, taking about 2 hours to reach Lagos. Alternatively, you can catch a combination of buses; Bus 16 to Faro centre and then an EVA service to Lagos, or you could transfer onto a train in central Faro, taking around an hour and a half and costing less than €10.
To avoid hidden fees, long waiting times or to just treat yourself to a premium experience, you can pre-book a private transfer to ensure competitive prices and a hassle-free arrival in Lagos.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Faro at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.