FATACIL launches online ticket sales

Tickets for FATACIL, the largest fair of Crafts, Tourism, Agriculture, Commerce and Industry in the Algarve, can, for the first time, […]

FATACIL lights have vine and wine as the theme for this year
FATACIL lights have vine and wine as the theme for this year

Tickets for FATACIL, the biggest fair of Crafts, Tourism, Agriculture, Commerce and Industry in the Algarve, can be purchased online for the first time, through the ticketline platform, in three versions: individual, family and pass for the ten days of the event.

The single ticket costs €3,50, the family ticket (for 4 people) €12,50 and the ten-day pass €20,00. Entry to FATACIL is free for children up to 12 years old.

Taking into account that the number of visitors to the fair has grown «spectacularly in recent editions (already approaching 200)», the organization recommends purchasing tickets in advance, in order to avoid long waiting times at the ticket offices.

The ten-day passes must be exchanged for a bracelet, an operation that can already be carried out at the FATACIL secretariat, on the premises.

Fatacil is in Lagoa between the 19th and 28th of August with music, equestrian shows, exhibitions and gastronomy.

The Algarve's largest summer event and the region's center of economic dynamism, FATACIL welcomes this year its more than 200 visitors and hundreds of exhibitors in a renovated space with greater security conditions.

In the new configuration of the venue, with capacity for more visitors, the Espaço Lounge is also inaugurated in this 37th edition, which hosts the “aMAR a TERRA” and where it is possible to discover the most genuine things in the Algarve, from “Flor de Sal” to honey, sausages, gastronomy or wines.

This year, FATACIL celebrates Lagoa as the "City of Wine 2016", honoring one of the most prestigious and recognized wine regions in the Algarve, and presents the Lagoa Reserva DOP 2014, which stars in a toast that intends to be worthy of registration in the Guinness Book of Records.

The gift is scheduled for the 27th, and the date is still subject to confirmation by the Guinness Book of Records.

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