Lagos is rapidly becoming one of the "must visit" spots in Europe, and it's not just sun, sea and surf...
Find a quiet spot and watch the world go by with a galao and a pastel de nata..
Lagos old town is full of hidden gems so why not lose yourself within the winding cobbled streets and immerce within the local culture.
Local Beaches AND Walks
There’s a nice variety of beaches in Lagos, some busier than others. One of the most popular (and free) attractions in Lagos is the famous cliff walk, with its amazing views and access to hidden beaches.
Lagos has some great restaurants to try, from traditional Portuguese seafood and petiscos, to classic favourites like curry, sushi and pizza. There’s also a growing vegetarian/vegan and gluten free scene, ensuring everyone can enjoy dining out.
The Algarve is not just about surfing and outdoor action. There’s also plenty going on after dark, with a selection of bars, party bars, and clubs to keep you entertained throughout the night.