Monte Gordo Transfers
to/from Faro Airport
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Goodchoice Transfers is a reliable transfer company offering transportation from Faro Airport to Monte Gordo and all other destinations in the Algarve and Western Andalusian locations (Spain).
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When you book online a transfer to Monte Gordo with Goodchoice Transfers, you don't need to provide us with your credit card details and no payment is taken upfront. You'll pay the driver for your transfer while you are in the vehicle.
Your designated transfer driver will be awaiting your arrival at Faro Airport before you land. He will be holding a clearly visible sign with your lead passenger name printed on.
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Monte Gordo Bay boasts the largest beach and warmest waters in the Algarve.
The town has developed considerably as a holiday destination in recent years, catering for Portuguese and foreign visitors alike and is perfect for Algarve family beach holidays.
Monte Gordo, itself, has very little to do during the day other than relax along the beach or by the pool but one can still hire a bike and enjoy a cycle ride, take a boat trip on the Guadiana river or a jeep safari to the Nature Reserve, try some watersports or have a round of golf at one of the nearby golf courses.
Going inland from Monte Gordo you see Castro Marim, famous for its two mammoth castles high up on hills.The original castle to the north of Castro Marim was built in 1319 and served as headquarters for the crusading Order of the Knights of Christ.
Other historic attractions within the town include Alcoutim's Roman remains, and there are ancient copper mines up here. Evidence of human presence dating back to the Neolithic and Chalcolithic period - that's around 4000BC, have been found in the Alcoutim area of Portugal.
With Spain in sight across the bay many visitors choose to make a visit to the nearby town of Vila Real de Santo Antonio from where there is a ferry across to the Spanish town of Ayamonte.