Lagos Hotels Algarve, Portugal

Lagos is one of the oldest towns in the Algarve and is full of historical and cultural buildings with plenty of traditional charm and character. There are plenty of beaches to choose from, a good selection of bars and restaurants and fairly lively nightlife. Lagos is popular with families and couples.

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Lagos

Lagos (pronounced Lar-gosh), on the west coast of the Algarve, really does have it all. Several beautiful beaches including the never ending, uncrowded Meia Praia. With a large busy marina and maze of a town centre this resort is perfect for people watching. With Cape St Vincent and the Monchique mountains on your doorstep, Lagos is the perfect choice for everyone. Best suited to couples and groups of any age. Transfer time approx 1hr 30 - 2hrs.

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Lagos Hotels (?)

Marina Rio Hotel Photograph of Marina Rio Hotel
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Overlooking the marina and just steps away from the historic centre of Lagos, the small and friendly Marina Rio Hotel offers a comfortable and convenient base within easy reach of all the amenities an...

4.8 / 5 from 15 reviews

Dom Manuel Hotel Photograph of Dom Manuel Hotel
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This adult only hotel is located in a peaceful area, a short walk from the Dona Ana beach and resort centre....

5 / 5 from 8 reviews

Marina Club Suite Hotel Photograph of Marina Club Suite Hotel
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A relaxing complex set within easy reach of local amenities as well as the beach. This hotel offers self-catering studios and apartments with access to indoor and outdoor pools, childrens playground ...

4.7 / 5 from 3 reviews

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Offering a quiet base, the Ancora Park comprises 60 one-bedroom bungalow apartments with access to an Olympic sized swimming pool....

5 / 5 from 3 reviews

Belmar Spa and Beach Resort Photograph of Belmar Spa and Beach Resort
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The resort enjoys an idyllic setting, overlooking the beach of Porto de Mos and offers luxurious, fully equipped accommodation....

4.8 / 5 from 11 reviews

Villa Marazul Photograph of Villa Marazul
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Villa Marazul is a small apartment complex in a quiet location south of the town centre (approx 2.5km) and just 500-metres from the Porto de Mos beach....

4.3 / 5 from 3 reviews

Costa D'oiro Ambiance Village Photograph of Costa D'oiro Ambiance Village
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Costa D'oiro Ambiance Village is situated just minutes from the beach and just a 10-minute walk from the centre of Lagos. The hotel offers several outdoor pools, a fitness gym and a sauna....

5 / 5 from 2 reviews

Solar de Mos Hotel Photograph of Solar de Mos Hotel
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Set in a large garden, this small and friendly hotel has an outdoor swimming pool and childrens pool, situated just a 10-minute walk from the Porto de Mos beach....

5 / 5 from 3 reviews

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The complex has a hillside position beside the Porto de Mos beach, offering indoor and outdoor pools, a gym and sauna....

5 / 5 from 1 reviews

Marina Sao Roque Hotel Photograph of Marina Sao Roque Hotel
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The family run Marina Sao Roque Hotel is situated close to the Lagos Marina and is just a 10-minute walk from the town centre and the long sandy Meia Praia beach....

4.5 / 5 from 6 reviews

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Vila Gale Lagos Hotel is a modern complex situated opposite the Meia Praia beach, around 2km from the centre of Lagos....

4 / 5 from 3 reviews

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Boasting a prime location, next to the harbour, the Marina Club II offers self-catering accommodation ranging from studios for 2 people up to three bedroom apartments for 6 people. ...

4.3 / 5 from 4 reviews

Lagos Reviews

Holiday Date:6th Sep 2017
Accommodation:Villa Marazul
Room:1 Bedroom Apt
Board:Self Catering
(5 suns)

Lagos is a lovely place. It has a Marina and the old town is fascinating with its narrow streets, squares and city walls. Lots of places to eat or just have a drink while watching the world go by. Lots of boat trips available.

Holiday Date:3rd Sep 2017
Accommodation:Marina Sao Roque Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

We keep going back to Lagos as it has so much to offer. It has everything for people of all ages. Lagos has a variety of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants offering a brilliant choice of food. The beaches are simply stunning and there is a range of water sports on offer. The Marina also has a variety of cafes and restaurants.

Holiday Date:2nd Sep 2017
Accommodation:Belmar Spa and Beach Resort
Room:2 Bedroom Apt - Pool View
Board:Self Catering
(4 suns)

Quaint old town with plenty to see, lots of restaurants and boat trips. Would recommend for couples and families. Nightlife is casual with tiny fairly quiet bars.

Holiday Date:30th Aug 2017
Accommodation:Vila Gale Lagos Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:All Inclusive
(4 suns)

Good 10/15 mins walk to Lagos with no other restaurants close by.

Holiday Date:27th Aug 2017
Accommodation:Marina Rio Hotel
Room:Classic Double Or Twin
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(4 suns)

Loved the beaches and the marina.

Holiday Date:17th Aug 2017
Accommodation:Marina Club II Apartments
Room:Superior Studio - Marina/Pool View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

It has everything, local culture (old fishing port, Vasco de Gama sailed from) old fort, going through to night life and plenty of restaurants and shops, good beaches at both ends of town, sloping sands, good for children, boating Marina Da Lagos, good quality restaurants to suit all tastes, booking essential July /August.

Holiday Date:12th Aug 2017
Accommodation:Marina Rio Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - Marina View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Enjoyed Lagos and it's many restaurants, we used TripAdvisor to find good places to eat and were only disappointed on one occasion.

Holiday Date:28th Jul 2017
Accommodation:Marina Rio Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - Marina View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Lovely resort, so many places to eat out, never had a bad meal. Most places reasonably priced. Lovely feel to the place.

Holiday Date:28th Jul 2017
Accommodation:Marina Rio Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - Marina View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Great location, plenty of choice for places to eat.

Holiday Date:27th Jul 2017
Accommodation:Marina Club Lagos Resort
Room:1 Bedroom Apt - Marina/Pool View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(4 suns)

Great family resort, loads of boat trips, restaurants nice and cool in evenings with breeze.

Holiday Date:5th Jul 2017
Accommodation:Solar de Mos Hotel
Room:Classic Double Or Twin
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(4 suns)

Varied resort. Multiple beaches and lots of good restaurants and bars.

Holiday Date:2nd Jul 2017
Accommodation:Marina Club Lagos Resort
Room:1 Bedroom Apt - Marina/Pool View
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Beautiful with lots of restaurants. Nightlife and day time buskers. Lots of boat trips and a wonderful beach which we strolled to, a shuttle is also available from the hotel but just 20 minutes walk which was no hardship. Lovely resort and five stars.

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Beaches

Lagos is home to some of the best beaches in the Algarve and there is plenty to choose from too.

Meia Praia is the most popular beach in Lagos. The beach offers over 4km of beautiful, clean sand with various car parks along the way so it is easily accessible. There are also ramps and wooden walkways for easy access. There are some beach bars here too for those who are in need of a little refreshment. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag.

Praia da Batata is the closest beach to the town centre and is therefore known as the 'town beach'. Although this beach is smaller than the likes of Meia Praia, it is sheltered and divided into smaller coves which are accessible by holes in the rocks. There is a couple of beach bars and some sunbeds for hire. It is also possible to participate in sea kayak tours or other watersports.

Check out the fantastic rock formations at Dona Ana Beach and take shelter from the sea breeze. The beach is accessible via wooden steps so is not suitable for wheelchair users or buggies. There is some car parking behind the beach and a restaurant.

Camillo beach is just beautiful, although it is reached by a number of steps so perhaps not accessible by all. The view from the top of the beach is fantastic and the restaurant is popular with local residents who can enjoy the view whilst sampling the freshly caught seafood.

Things to Do

There are many historical sites and attraction in Lagos so take a wander round the cobbled streets and take a step back in time.

Lagos is surrounded by fantastic cliffs and perhaps the best way to explore these is by taking a grotto tour. The local fishermen will take you on a tour of the local caves and navigate their way through and around the cliffs and amazing rock formations. There are also many secluded beach coves that are only accessible by boat.

If you enjoy being active whilst on holiday, then take a trip to the sports complex in Lagos. Here you will find a state of the art fitness centre, indoor football and heated swimming pool. There is also an auditorium which hosts concerts and various exhibitions throughout the year.

There is also a couple of tennis courts in Lagos, perfect if you are feeling energetic. Equipment can be hired and courts can be rented per the hour or you could take part in some tennis classes.

Out and About

As well as the many historical attractions in Lagos, there are many bars, cafes and restaurants just waiting to be visited. There are many restaurants to be found in both the Old Town and down at the Marina. The cafes and restaurants down the marina area tend to be a little quieter and great for a spot of people watching.

Nightlife here can be as quiet or as lively as you want it to be. There is everything from trendy bars, late night jazz bars and nightclubs that stay open unto the early hours so whether it's a quiet drink or a party atmosphere, Lagos has it all.

There are plenty of shops here in Lagos, so whether you are looking for a special present to take home or just fancy treating yourself to something new, you will find the perfect gift here and have fun exploring the many shops at the same time.

Nearby Attractions

There is plenty to do in the area too.

There are many attractions at Aqualand which is a water park,to suit the whole family. There are swimming pools, wave pools, gentle slides for little ones and slightly more thrilling rides for bigger kids and adults too. The park can get very busy but it is a great day out for all.

Hop on board one of the dolphin seafari boats and head out to sea to see the dolphins at play. Dolphins are such beautiful creatures and it is just great to see them having fun in their natural environment. If you are lucky, you may also see orcas and turtles on this 90 minute trip.

The zoo in the village of Barao Sao Joao is very popular with both locals and tourists and provides an entertaining yet educational experience for all. More than 120 animal species and 200 botanical species can be found in a natural environment. There is a snack bar and restaurant on site should you require something to eat.

The Zoo Marine in Guia is a very popular choice for families with children and is the highlight of many a holiday. Visitors will be able to see dolphins, sea lions, seals, tropical birds and various birds of prey. There is also an aquarium with exotic fish and sharks and there is a 4D cinema too so there is plenty to keep everyone occupied.

As you will no doubt be aware, the Algarve is well known for its golf courses and with at least 20 golf courses in the area, there will be one to suit, no matter what your ability. Most of the courses are open throughout the year and some may require proof of handicap.

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