Quarteira and Vilamoura streets will be closed to traffic on Sunday

There will also be parking restrictions as of Thursday

Traffic in Quarteira and Vilamoura will be restricted on Sunday, October 27th, due to the Tri Run 5.0 and Mamamarathon 2019. from Friday the 25th.

On Sunday, traffic will be closed to all vehicles on Rua da Comporta (6:00 am to 18:00 pm), Rua do Leste, Avenida Infante de Sagres, Largo das Cortes Reais and Rua da Alagoa, between the Dunes promenade and Largo das Cortes Reais (9:00 am to 18:00 pm).

Also with the traffic cut off, but for a more limited period, they will be Rua da Alagoa, Avenida Mota Pinto, Rua D. Dinis (Roundabout Quinta do Romão to the Stadium), Avenida Francisco Sá Carneiro to Avenida Fonte Santa (Rotunda Papa Francisco) – towards Quarteira – Almancil, Rua do Poço Romano (9:00 am to 14:00 pm) and then Rua do Sol and Cerro da Vila, in the direction Vilamoura – Falésia (9:00 am to 12:00 pm).

There will also be traffic restrictions on Avenida Tivoli (8:30 to 9:00, 10:00 to 11:00 and 12:00 to 13:00), on Avenida Eng. João Meireles from Posto 2, towards EN 125 – Vilamoura (10:00 to 11:30), on Avenida Praia da Falésia (10:15 to 12:00), on Avenida Rocha Baixinha (10:15 to 12:00) and on Avenida da Marina (10:30 to 12:00).

From Thursday, at 18 pm, there will be parking bans in the Passeio das Dunas and Rua da Comporta car parks, which will remain until the 00th, at the same time.

Between 18:00 on the 26th and 27th, you cannot park on Rua da Alagoa, Rua D. Dinis (next to the Stadium) until the roundabout at Quinta do Romão, Rua do Sol, Avenida da Marina, Avenida Tivoli, Avenida Francisco Sá Carneiro and Avenida da Fonte Santa (towards Vilamoura-Almancil), Rua do Poço Romano, Rua do Leste, Avenida Infante de Sagres, outside the parks located in Largo das Cortes Reais and Largo do Mercado, Largo das Cortes Reais and Largo do Mercado.

“During the event and whenever security conditions allow, access will be guaranteed and car circulation will be re-established with some restrictions under the guidance of the police forces”, according to the Loulé City Council.