Portugal
Lagos

Nestled in the Algarve's sun-kissed coastline, Lagos emerges as a blend of historical charm and breathtaking natural beauty. With its golden beaches, dramatic cliffs, and vibrant streets, Lagos is the Algarve's coastal jewel. Read more

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Lagos is a town steeped in maritime history and tales of exploration. Once an important harbor during Portugal's Age of Discoveries, the town has transformed into a popular tourist destination without losing its authentic essence. Its ancient walls, cobbled streets, and ornate churches hint at its rich past. Yet, it's the mesmerizing coastline that truly steals the show. From tranquil bays to the stunning cliffs of Ponta da Piedade, the sea here paints landscapes of unparalleled beauty. The lively atmosphere, a blend of local traditions and cosmopolitan flair, coupled with a plethora of outdoor activities, ensures that Lagos remains a favorite for travelers of all ages.
Lagos, with its rich tapestry of history, culture, and scenic beauty, promises experiences that resonate, whether it's tracing the footsteps of ancient navigators, diving into the azure waves, or simply soaking in the sun's golden embrace.

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What to do in Lagos

Ponta da Piedade

A dramatic coastline featuring golden cliffs, grottoes, and turquoise waters, best explored by boat or on foot.

Praia Dona Ana

Often touted as one of Portugal's most beautiful beaches, it's surrounded by cliffs and offers serene waters.

Fort of Ponta da Bandeira (Forte da Ponta da Bandeira)

A well-preserved 17th-century fort that once guarded the town from pirates.

Lagos Old Town

Wander through the charming streets, discovering historical landmarks, quaint shops, and lively squares.

Igreja de Santo António

An ornate church known for its baroque architecture and lavish gilded woodwork.

Lagos Marina

A modern hub filled with yachts, offering boat tours, and lined with trendy cafes and shops.

Mercado de Escravos

Europe's first slave market, now a museum offering a sobering glimpse into a dark chapter of history.

Praia do Camilo

A secluded beach accessed via a wooden staircase, offering a tranquil haven for relaxation.

Lagos Zoo

A delightful family destination with diverse species, ensuring an educational and entertaining experience.

Lagos Living Science Center (Centro Ciência Viva de Lagos)

An interactive museum that delves into the region's natural wonders and maritime heritage.

What else to visit
In and around Lagos

Portimao (12.69 km)

Tucked into Portugal's Algarve coast, Portimão beckons with golden beaches, a rich seafaring legacy, and a pulsating nightlife. This vibrant town, with its marinas and waterfronts, is a haven for sunseekers, foodies, and water sports enthusiasts alike.

Castelo de Silves (23.28 km)

Majestically overlooking the town of Silves, Castelo de Silves stands as an enduring testament to Portugal's rich Moorish heritage, offering a journey through time within its red sandstone walls.

Sagres (25.69 km)

Perched on the southwestern tip of Portugal, Sagres is where land meets the endless sea. Known for its dramatic cliffs, historical significance, and abundant marine life, it's a haven for surfers, nature lovers, and history buffs alike.

Albufeira (38.71 km)

Where golden sands embrace azure waters under the sun's radiant embrace, Albufeira shines as the Algarve's crown jewel. A medley of traditional charm and modern vibrancy, this coastal town promises unforgettable Portuguese moments.

Vilamoura (49.61 km)

Vilamoura is the Algarve's elegant answer to leisure and relaxation. With its world-class marina, top-notch golf courses, and an assortment of beaches, it's a haven for luxury seekers and sun worshippers alike.

Faro (66.52 km)

Gateway to the Algarve's sun-soaked shores, Faro seamlessly marries its rich tapestry of history with the vibrant allure of a modern city. Venture beyond its airport, and discover a cultural gem bathed in Mediterranean splendor.

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