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  1. Vila Galé Lagos

    Vila Galé Lagos

    Lagos, 2.8 km to City centre

    Very good – 84 / 100 (1432 reviews)

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  2. Marina Club Lagos Resort

    Marina Club Lagos Resort

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.0 km to City centre

    Excellent – 85 / 100 (962 reviews)

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  3. Vivenda Solmar

    Vivenda Solmar

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.9 km to City centre

    Excellent – 87 / 100 (309 reviews)

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  4. Aqualuz Suite Hotel Apartamentos Lagos

    Aqualuz Suite Hotel Apartamentos Lagos

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 0.8 km to City centre

    Very good – 83 / 100 (1045 reviews)

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  5. Cascade Wellness & Lifestyle Resort

    Cascade Wellness & Lifestyle Resort

    ‎Top rated

    This is the top rated 5-star hotel in Lagos

    Lagos, 1.7 km to City centre

    Excellent – 87 / 100 (772 reviews)

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  6. Atalaia Sol

    Atalaia Sol

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 2.2 km to City centre

    Very good – 80 / 100 (260 reviews)

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  7. Carvi Beach Hotel

    Carvi Beach Hotel

    Lagos, 1.3 km to City centre

    Good – 77 / 100 (2238 reviews)

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  8. Villa Doris Suites

    Villa Doris Suites

    Serviced Apartment
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    Lagos, 1.2 km to City centre

    Very good – 84 / 100 (488 reviews)

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  9. Palm Villa

    Palm Villa

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.3 km to City centre

    Good – 79 / 100 (245 reviews)

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  10. Marina S. Roque

    Marina S. Roque

    Lagos, 1.2 km to City centre

    Good – 76 / 100 (277 reviews)

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  11. Inn Seventies Long Beach Club

    Inn Seventies Long Beach Club

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.7 km to City centre

    Good – 75 / 100 (326 reviews)

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  12. Apartamentos Turísticos Marsol

    Apartamentos Turísticos Marsol

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 0.7 km to City centre

    Very good – 83 / 100 (244 reviews)

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  13. Vilabranca Apartments

    Vilabranca Apartments

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.2 km to City centre

    Very good – 82 / 100 (942 reviews)

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  14. Canavial I & Ii Apartament

    Canavial I & Ii Apartament

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.4 km to City centre

    Excellent – 85 / 100 (801 reviews)

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  15. Quinta do Mar da Luz

    Quinta do Mar da Luz

    Lagos, 7.9 km to City centre

    Excellent – 86 / 100 (803 reviews)

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  16. Dona Ana Garden

    Dona Ana Garden

    Resort
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    Lagos, 1.3 km to City centre

    Very good – 84 / 100 (218 reviews)

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  17. Solar de Mos

    Solar de Mos

    Lagos, 1.4 km to City centre

    Excellent – 85 / 100 (367 reviews)

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  18. Costa D'Oiro Ambiance Village

    Costa D'Oiro Ambiance Village

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    Lagos, 1.4 km to City centre

    Excellent – 86 / 100 (1150 reviews)

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  19. Lagosmar Hotel

    Lagosmar Hotel

    Lagos, 0.2 km to City centre

    Very good – 80 / 100 (1557 reviews)

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  20. VitaSol Park

    VitaSol Park

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 1.6 km to City centre

    Good – 78 / 100 (1037 reviews)

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  21. Tivoli Lagos

    Tivoli Lagos

    Lagos, 0.5 km to City centre

    Good – 79 / 100 (3796 reviews)

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  22. Lagos Charming Villas

    Lagos Charming Villas

    B&B

    Lagos, 1.1 km to City centre

    Very good – 81 / 100 (57 reviews)

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  23. Riomar

    Riomar

    Lagos, 0.1 km to City centre

    67 / 100 (418 reviews)

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  24. Apartamentos Oasis

    Apartamentos Oasis

    Lagos, 4.9 km to City centre

    Very good – 81 / 100 (359 reviews)

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  25. Iberlagos Apartments

    Iberlagos Apartments

    Serviced Apartment

    Lagos, 0.9 km to City centre

    73 / 100 (486 reviews)

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Hotels in Lagos

Lagos – A Mixture of Beautiful Beaches and Portuguese History


One of the gems in the Algarve, Lagos is a gorgeous walled town on the south coast of Portugal. It is famed for its lovely beaches, bars and restaurants and stunning natural scenery with a glorious climate that provides sun almost all year round. Thanks to its natural harbour, it played a significant part in Portugal’s Age of Discovery with many ships setting sail from here in the pursuit of new territories. Faro, with its airport and hotel accommodation, is an hour’s drive or around two hours by train.



Discovering the Old Town


Cobbled streets, quaint hotels and white-washed villas are just some of the attractions in Lagos Old Town. Many buildings here date from the 18th and 19th-centuries after the town was heavily damaged by an earthquake that struck Portugal in 1755. Fortunately, part of the Roman/16th-century town walls survived but one casualty was the Church of Saint Anthony, Igreja de Santo António on Rua General Alberto da Silveira. It was rebuilt soon afterwards, its plain façade contrasting heavily with its truly stunning interior: magnificent gilded Baroque wooden carvings, cherubs and a beautiful ornate ceiling are joined by fascinating paintings and azulejo tiles on the walls. Attached to the church is the Municipal Museum which features an intricate Roman mosaic and historic religious clothing as well as a collection of ancient coins. A short walk is the Praça Infante Dom Henrique square; here, a statue of Prince Henry the Navigator, a key player in the Age of Discovery, takes pride of place.



Historic Links to the Slave Trade


It’s impossible to miss the attractive Church of Saint Mary, Igreja Santa Maria on Praça Infante Dom Henrique; dating back to 1498, it too was heavily damaged by the earthquake. Its picturesque 16th-century doorway remained largely unscathed and inside behind the altar is a fascinating picture of battling angels. A reminder of the town’s part in the slave trade can be found on the other side of the square; in 1444, Europe’s first slave market was established in Lagos and the Slave Market Museum, Mercado de Escravos , explores this history. Nearby on Avenida dos Descobrimentos, the Ponta da Bandeira Fort and Lagos Castle, Castelo dos Governadores are remnants of this strategic town’s defences and on Rua Doutor Faria e Silva, the Viva Science Centre features fascinating hands-on exhibits providing entertainment for the whole family. In centre of the Old Town, Rua 25 de Abril is a picturesque main thoroughfare with numerous hotels and accommodation options.



Other Must-See Attractions


One of the oldest streets in Lagos is Rua da Barroca; it’s a narrow walkway that runs adjacent to what was formerly the town’s sea wall, before Avenida dos Descobrimentos was built. It retains some Moorish architectural elements, and as well as budget hotels, one of the best seafood restaurants in the town is located here. Nearby, Praça Gil Eanes square is home to a distinctive statue of the 16th-century ruler of Portugal, King Dom Sebastian, which was sculpted by Joao Cutileiro in 1973; the Tourist Information Office can also be found here. Ten miles outside Lagos is Lagos Zoo: it features wild cats, monkeys which live on their very own island and many species of birds. Also in this area is the National Forest of the Baron of Saint John, Mata Nacional de Barão de São João . As well as offering picnic areas and several walking trails, the Paleolithic Menhir of Pedro do Galo is a fascinating attraction.



Shops, Food and Nightlife


As well as offering historic attractions, Lagos is also a great shopping destination, especially for those seeking souvenirs and gifts. Many of the shops dotted along the streets sell locally-made craft items with hand-painted tiles and ceramics being particularly popular purchases. Stylish boutiques also sell fashionable pieces of clothing and leather goods. To sample the local cuisine, the seafood restaurant in Lagos Fish Market on Avenida dos Descobrimentos is recommended and nearby, a farmers’ market is held every Saturday selling local produce. Sweet treats include Dom Rodrigo, a bite-sized conventual dessert made from sugar and eggs and wrapped in colourful foil, and almond-flavoured biscuits called Morgados. For evening entertainment, head for Rua Candido dos Reis which offers a selection of vibrant bars and clubs as well as budget hotels; Moscatel wine and Medronho, a spirit made from the berries of the strawberry tree, are delicious local tipples. The Cultural Centre on Rua Lançarote de Freitas also regularly hosts music events.



Glorious Beaches


The closest beach to the town centre is the compact Praia da Batata; its calm waters make it particularly popular with young families. In contrast, Meia Praia is the largest beach in Lagos, starting near the town and stretching to the east for over two miles to the mouth of River Odiáxere. Halfway along is Meia Praia train station with services to Lagos station. Bars and restaurants are dotted along the seafront as well as modern hotel blocks. To the west of Lagos is Praia de Porto de Mós, another long and sandy beach with a stunning rocky backdrop, while the adjacent Praia do Canavial is smaller and more intimate. In this area are the must-see Ponta da Piedade rock formations; the beautiful pillars, caves and grottos are best explored by boat; several companies offer services which depart from Lagos. Some of the rocks have been given nicknames over the years such as the Sphinx, the Chimney and the Camel!

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Points of Interest - Lagos