Best way to get from Faro – Seville / Seville-Faro

How to get from Faro-Seville / Seville Faro in private transfer

Are you in Portugal and would like to visit neighbouring Spain or vice versa? Or more specifically, are you in Faro or any nearby town and would like to visit the capital of Andalusia, Seville? What if we told you that you can visit two countries in one trip? Impossible? I know, many questions, but in this blog, we will answer all of them and you’ll discover the best way to get from Faro-Seville / Seville-Faro!

Where would you pick us up?

If you’re in Faro and want to go to Seville

Our private car will pick you up at the hotel where you are in Faro or even if you are in a village near Faro as well.

If you’re in Seville and want to go to Faro

Our car will pick you up at your hotel in Seville or a nearby town and in just a few hours with our comfortable and direct transfer you will be in Faro!

How long is the trip?

If you go to Faro from Seville or Seville from Faro, the journey takes about 4 hours. This comfortable transfer is direct but if you want you can customise your journey with us! This is the fastest and best way to get from Faro – Seville / Seville-Faro!

What type of vehicle would you pick us up?

The transport would be in a private vehicle and with our driver. You don’t have to worry about anything this trip is stress-free, just relax and enjoy the views that the landscape will offer you! Before you know it, we’ll be in your destination where an array of activities and festivities await us! This is, for sure, the best way to get from Faro – Seville / Seville-Faro

Why should I visit Seville if I am in Faro?

If you’re in Portugal this is the best way to visit Andalucia! The Andalusian capital is an essential visit for any tourist who travels to Spain, as it stands out for its people, its art, and its food. In Seville you can see the largest historic center of Spain, and tourist sites as incredible as the Giralda, the Alcazar or the Cathedral.

Why should I visit Faro if I am in Seville?

Faro is the capital of the Algarve, from where you can also hire a transfer to Seville with us! The Capital stands out, mainly, for four things: the marina, the commercial area that surrounds the north of the old city, the old town and, (already in the suburbs) the natural park of the Ria Formosa.

These are the main questions you should know if you plan to visit two countries in direct transfer! If you have any other questions, please contact us and we will be happy to answer them! Either from our social media: @notjustatourist or from here!

23 thoughts on “Best way to get from Faro – Seville / Seville-Faro

  1. Ben says:

    Hello! I’m looking for a private van to take 2 adults and 4 children from Faro to Seville on July 19th. Could you tell me what the price would be if we made a more direct trip with no stops?

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Ben,

      Thanks for getting in touch. The price for a private transfer in a van is 339 euros, The luggage capacity is one medium size suitcase and one bag per person. Please let me know the age of the children to see if they need child boosters.

      I will need your address in both Faro and Seville too. To book I will send you a payment link (+4.5% cc fee).

      Let me know if you have any questions or need anything else.

      Have a great day!

  2. Kelly says:

    Hello, Looking for a private car service for 4 adults (2 Americans, 2 French) on Sunday May 26th from Faro Airport to Seville airport with departure in mid-morning. We would like to stop at 2 or 3 of the most beautiful and historically significant sights along the way (per your recommendation), including one stop for lunch. I understand the extra stops are for an extra fee.

    Please let me know if this date is available, what vehicle would be possible and the price. Thank you.

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Kelly,

      Thanks for getting in touch. Sure, we can arrange a private transfer for you. There are so many options to visit on the way and they are all equally nice. however, as the coastline and beaches of this part are quite nice we can include a visit to a nice beach, a stop in an incredibly picturesque tiny village with a castle and great view over the Atlantic beach and also the picturesque and very unique town of el Rocio in Spain that hosts the most traditional pilgrimage in Spain and is very special. You can have lunch at any of these stops.

      Let me get back to you shortly on the price.


  3. kim says:

    we would like to get a price for 2 from Faro to Seville on Feb 29th possibly 9 am.
    Please let us know asap.
    Thx in advance

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Kim,

      Sure! A private transfer from Faro to Seville for 2 people costs 240 euros. Let me know if you need anything else in Seville or Faro.


  4. sam says:

    looking for (2) people transfer from Faro to Tarifa, Spain on December 24,25 or 26 (flexible). What is the cost? Looking to leave early / mid-morning so we can catch the ferry to Tangier in the afternoon.


    • Mahsa says:

      Dear Sam,

      These dates are Christmas dates and as such prices are higher than usual. A direct transfer costs 459 euros and takes about 4.5-5 hours.

      I hope this is of help to you. Let me know if you need help with our onward trip to Mororcco too as we have a great team there.

      Warm regards,

  5. Andrea Gambaro says:

    Hello! We are a family of 5 looking for a private transfer from Faro to Seville on August 4, 2023. Can you accommodate all 5 of us? Can you tell us cost of this transfer? I would like to cost for direct transfer as well as for 1-2 stops.
    Thank you!

  6. Sammy says:

    Hi, I am interested in a transfer from Faro to Seville on July 4, 2023. This is for 3 people and it would be great to see one of two sights along the way! Let me know the price and process for booking. Thanks!

    • Mahsa says:

      Hola Sammy,
      Thanks a lot for getting in touch with us. Sure! It can be a very nice day to explore the southern region of Portugal and Spain. For the stop on the way, there are many options to choose from. I can suggest the charming town of Tavira which was a sleepy fishing village a few years back. Now it is a beautiful quaint town with many restaurants and designer shops and a waterfront promenade. Also, el Rocio in Spain is a very unique and picturesque town with a nice small lake and one of the most visited chapels in Spain. The village has a very interesting design and a unique vibe. Many times you can see wild horses around the lake too. The first stop can be 2 hours and in Rocio 1.5 hours. The price for the private transfer is 250 euros. Each stop is 45 euros.
      Apart from that, you can also stop in a bodega and do a wine tasting or visit the Roman Theater of Italica close to Seville.
      In order to book I need your address in both towns as well as your phone number please and I will send you a payment link (+4.5% cc fee).
      If you need any activities in Seville let me know. There is so much to explore!

  7. Mark Reichel says:

    Hi 2 Americans want to get from Carvoeiro to Seville Sunday morning June 11.

    Excited to book a drive with your company. Please contact me soon. Greatly appreciated.

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Mark,

      It will be 439 euros including a driver, a brand new AC sedan and a 1.5 hour stop on the way if you wish in a beautiful village called Rocio. Let me know if you need anything else or need another stop. There is a lot to discover!

      Thanks a lot!

  8. Ann Nguyen says:

    We would like to get to Seville from Faro, then from Faro to Madrid to catch our flight back to Canada. Is this possible. How much is the trip from Faro to Seville for 2 people? We plan to stay in Seville for 3 days.
    We plan to catch the train from Seville to Madrid.
    thank you,

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Ann Nguyen,

      Thanks for getting in touch. Could you tell me your dates please to check our availability first?  In any case, I can arrange a private transfer for you from Faro to Seville. It can be direct or you can stop at some beautiful destinations on the way to combine it with some nice stops too. For example, Rocio is one of the most unique and attractive destinations right on your way or you can do horse riding on the beach and above the cliffs around the Doñana National Park with a view over the Atlantic ocean.

      A direct transfer is about 2 hours and costs 250 euros. In 3 days in Seville I’d suggest the following tours and activities: 

      Day 1:
      Panoramic Walking tour of Seville to explore the highlights and most emblematic monuments in Seville. This tour takes you through more than 2000 years of history and beauty without entering too much into historic details. We will visit the monuments from outside so that you can have time to get back to any of them at a later stage. Duration: 2 hours. We could also do this on a Bike or Electric Bike as Seville is a flat city and very safe and easy to cycle around.

      If you like monuments we can arrange a private guided visit to the Cathedral and Alcazar with an official guide. They are the must-see monuments in Seville. The Cathedral is the largest Gothic monument and Alcazar is a fine example of Moorish and Arabic art with delightful gardens. Duration: 2.5 hours.

      We will finish the day on the other side of the river, in the old neighborhood of Triana with a Flamenco and  Tapas evening. You will be guided by a professional flamenco dancer and might be able to even join her on her performance and have some tasty tapas and relaxing drinks, On this tour you can visit one of the most authentic districts of Sevilla and sample some of the best food and drink that Seville has to offer. Your guide will take you to 3 bars where you can taste some delicious tapas, both traditional and modern, you will enjoy an authentic flamenco show and wonder at this amazing and expressive type of music and dance. Duration: 3.5 hours and starts at 7.30 pm.  

      Day 2:
      You can have a day off to wander the old town by yourself or I can arrange a 2 hour Off the Beaten Path Walking tour for you in the bohemian area to get to know the residential area far from the touristy sites and oldest market in Seville with some beautiful churches from the Moorish time. We can also do a nice Sunset tour and enjoy the skyline of Seville with a nice drink on top.

      Day 3:  
      We could drier to Ronda and beautiful white villages and do wine tasting and olive oil tasting or visit Jerez and Cadiz, the oldest European city and do sherry tasting. 

      You can take easily the train from Seville to Madrid (2.5 hours) or if you wish to visit Cordoba I can arrange a private transfer and private tour of Cordoba and at the end of your visit drop you off at the train station to go to Madrid. Your luggage will be safe with us.

      Let me know what you prefer and I would be happy to send you more details and prices. Please note as a small team we have very limited availability

      Thanks so much!

    • Mahsa says:

      Hola Rumila,

      Sure! I can arrange a private day trip from Seville to Algarve, Faro as well as Tavira. I will send you more information shortly.

      Muchas gracias!

  9. Amit Joshi says:

    Hi we are a family of 4 travelling to Villamoura in April. We were hoping to do a day trip to Seville. Do you do guided tours – we won’t mind if it’s in groups (if it is cost effective). Thanks

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Amit,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. Do you need a transfer to Seville and back too or just a tour in Seville? We don’t have any group tour from Vilamoura to Seville and back but I can arrange a private tour for you from Algarve to Seville if you wish. I don’t know of any other company that offers tours from Portugal to Seville either. A day trip will be about 10 hours in total and the cost depends on the things you would like to do in Seville. Let me know first if you have your own transportation and then we can work on it.

      Thank you!

  10. Nadiana says:

    Hi, I am thinking of a day trip from Albufeira to Seville and would like guided tour to the main attractions for two persons in November. Please advise cost

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Nadiana,

      Thanks for getting in touch. Sure! Can I just clarify if you need a return transfer too from Albufeira/Portugal or only the tours in Seville? I assume you cannot spend a night in Seville, right? If you could we could visit a lot more and enjoy different activities, watch a flamenco show and explore the evening ambiance in Seville. 
      Let me know please.

      Thank you!

  11. Philip Barton says:

    I was looking to book a car to bring my wife & myself from Faro to Seville. How do i request a booking on your website?

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