Departing from Lisbon, the best way to get to the festival:
Take the Vasco da Gama Bridge and continue onto A12 motorway.
Exit A12 onto A2, following the signs SUL/ALGARVE.
Exit A2, towards IP8/SINES/SANTIAGO/GRÂNDOLA.
Continue onto IP8 for about 45 km until you reach the motorway’s section A26.
Exit A26 towards Santo André/Odemira and at the roundabout, exit towards Algarve/Cercal/Vila Nova de Milfontes.
Follow the Cercal sign towards the second plate indicating Porto Corvo on your right.
Continue driving towards Porto Covo/Vila Nova de Milfontes.
Arriving in Vila Nova de Mil Fontes, go straight ahead at the roundabout.
Turn right upon the sign CABO SARDÃO/ZAMBUJEIRA.
2 km after, turn left into ZAMBUJEIRA.
4.6 km after, you will find Herdade da Casa Branca on your left.
The nearest service station from the venue is in São Teotónio, about 7 km away, in EN120 and is open between 7am and 9pm. Other service stations near Zambujeira do Mar are located in Odemira (Est. da Circunvalação), Vila Nova de Milfones (Est. Nacional), Grândola or Santiago do Cacém.
It is possible to travel from all around the country to MEO Sudoeste. Go to www.cp.pt and look for the best schedule to Santa Clara – Sabóia, the closest railway station from the Festival grounds, served by Intercidades, Regional/Inter-regional trains.
Rede Expressos guarantees services departing from Lisbon, Porto and Braga directly to the venue of MEO SW, during the days of the Festival. There are direct connections to Lisbon from the majority of cities in Portugal. Whenever justified, Rede Expressos guarantees direct transportation from any departure point to the Zambujeira do Mar.