Castle of Lagos, Rua Bombeiros Voluntários de Lagos, Lagos, Portugal
The Castle of Lagos is a medieval castle located in the municipality of Lagos, Portugal. Its walls surrounded the entire city of Lagos, providing the town its main means of defence.
Praia do Camilo, Lagos, Portugal
200 wooden steps down to sheltered, sandy cove divided by ochre-colored rocks with hand-dug tunnel.
Ponta da Piedade, Lagos, Portugal
Ponta da Piedade
The cliffs of the Ponta da Piedade headland is one of the finest natural features of the Algarve. This dramatic limestone coastline is formed of sea pillars, fragile rock arches and hidden grottos, all of which have been chiselled-out by savage winter storms. The Ponta da Piedade is a bleak and windswept headland, and the beauty of the region is only discovered on descending the cliffs, where the exposed cliffs reveal their golden colour, and the turquoise sea waters lap precariously balanced rock formations. The headland can only be described as stunning.
Igreja de Santo António, Rua General Alberto da Silveira, Lagos, Portugal
Church of St. Anthony
Church of St. Anthony is classified as a National Monument. Originally constructed in 1707, the church was rebuilt in 1769. The baroque gilded woodwork decoration is considered to be some of the finest in Portugal. The walls are covered in 18th century blue and white azulejo panels. The entire church is crowned by a wooden vaulted ceiling, imitating a barrel-vaulted ceiling. The ceiling is covered by wonderfully coloured and intricately drawn printings.
Dona Ana beach
Dona Ana beach it is one of the most beautiful beaches in Lagos and considered one of the best beaches in the world.
Meia Praia, Lagos, Portugal
Meia Praia beach
Meia-Praia it is one of the best beaches in Lagos. With about 5 km extension Meia Praia is the largest beach in Lagos and known for the soft and golden sand.
Meia Praia is dotted by small bars and restaurants along the edge.
Meia Praia also offers water sports as windsurf, kitesurf, beach voleiball, sailing, etcc..