View of the Portuguese coastal city of Faro, in the Algarve region
View of the Portuguese coastal city of Faro, in the Algarve region

From Seville to Faro

Travel by coach from Seville to Faro with ALSA for a quick, comfortable and pleasant journey. Only ALSA offers you the chance to travel from Seville to Faro by coach at the best rate guaranteed. And if you buy your tickets in advance at you can avail of our cheapest deals.

Useful information

Ticket price from: € 7.00
Frequency of buses: Over 5 daily services
First bus: 09:30 am
Last bus: 11:59 pm

Bus stations in Seville and Faro

Coaches travelling from Seville to Faro depart from the Plaza de Armas bus station (Av. Cristo de la Expiración, s/n), Prado bus station (Plaza San Sebastián, s/n) and from the Seville HSR (AVE) railway station.

All stations are connected to the public transport network and have public parking. Your journey will end at the Terminal Rodoviário Faro - Próximo, located on Av. da República 1, 8000-078 Faro, Portugal.

What to see in Seville

Succumb to the magic and charm of the Andalusian capital. This city oozes elegance like few others and boasts several monuments that were declared Unesco World Heritage Sites in 1987 including the Torre del Oro, “La Giralda”, and the Alcázar. A wide selection of cultural and leisure activities attracts people of all ages to Seville, with people flocking to the city to spend a few unforgettable days. If you love Easter, you will know that it is one of the best destinations to visit at that time of year. All kinds of restaurants, tapas bars, and nightclubs offer great entertainment and the best food. Seville's theatres, music, and the warmth of its people make it a welcoming city with its own unique personality. The River Guadalquivir helps to refresh this bustling city. The Isla Mágica theme park is filled with exciting adventures.

What to see in Faro

Enjoy the mild climate of this Portuguese city in the famous Algarve region on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Beautiful golden-sand beaches line the coast and offer lots of different outdoor activities. The cobbled streets of the city lead you to the Gothic Cathedral, the Estói Palace, beautiful squares and gardens, and the imposing wall. The city of Faro has the air of a fishing town. Lots of bars and restaurants offer tasty dishes made using fish and fresh local vegetables. It is the perfect place to walk around, savouring delicious food under the caress of the sun and the soft sea breeze.