There are 19 stops connecting Alvor and Zoomarine, stopping along the way at the main tourist spots in the Algarve, in “hop on hop off” mode.
“This means that the passenger, on the same day and with the same ticket, can have breakfast at Praia da Rocha, visit the famous Benagil Caves, take a dip in Marinha beach and even visit Zoomarine. You can also get off at a stop at any time and go through part of the Seven Hanging Valleys Trail in Lagoa, which was once elected the best hiking destination in Europe,” said bus company Vamus Transportes do Algarve.
The day ticket for the Eva Cliffs Line can be purchased on board, at ticket offices or at an EVA Kiosk at the main bus stations in the Algarve. The tourist pass is also valid on this route and can be used continuously for 3 or 7 days.
This pass also gives access to the entire network of intercity buses in the Algarve without any travel limit and can be purchased at Vamus Algarve Agencies, Tourist Offices and Adherent Ticket shops.
Download the Vamus Algarve app and, using on-board wi-fi, you can access information about the routes, stops, check bus timetables in real time and purchase transport tickets.
"Carvoeiro is a great place on the Algarve to stay, with many places of interest within easy reach. Had trips out to Vilamoura, Ferragudo, Portimao, Silves and Luz"
"We had many nice meals down in Carvoeiro, and particularly like 'Ela and Elas', 'Casa do Bife' and 'O Tascos'"
"Some of our favourite places to eat were L'Orange, Bon Bon (Sesmarias), Primavera (Carvoeiro) and Jophil's (Sesmarias)"