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Located in the prestigious ‘Meia Praia’ area of Lagos, Albadeira Apartments are set in a peaceful location overlooking the Bay and Grottos of ‘Ponte da Piedade’
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Meia Praia Beach 0.8 km
within walking distance of the marina shops 0.8 km
within walking distance of the marina with its cafes and restaurants 0.8 km
Boa Vista or Palmares 3.0 km
85.0 km from Faro
The superb beach of Meia Praia is only a short walk away. This beautiful white stretch of sand is one of the most pleasant in the Algarve. Numerous beach bars and restaurants are within walking distance, and they offer plenty of choice to holidaymakers of all ages. The beach also offers a number of water sports for those who would enjoy something a little more active, including water skiing, wind surfing, jet skiing and the beach is popular with surfers. Other pretty beaches are within a short drive, if you prefer a little tour of the area. ‘Praia de Ana’ ‘Praia de Mos’ and the villages of ‘Praia de Luz’ and ‘Salema’ are definitely worth a visit. For those who enjoy a round of golf, ‘Boa Vista’ is about 3km, and ‘Park de Floresta’ course is about a 15 minute drive.
Also within walking distance is the lovely marina at Lagos, which is surrounded by shops and bars. There are some lovely fish restaurants here, along with open air cafes and bars. The apartments are about 1.2km away from the centre of Lagos, where there is plenty to discover about this historic town.
Lagos has a long and varied history. It is one of the oldest and most delightful towns in the Algarve and was once its capital. It was the site of Henry the Navigator’s palace and played an important role in the age of discovery, as Vasco da Gama set sail from here in 1499. It is also the site of the first slave market in Europe, and the town is full of interesting old architecture and fountains for those who enjoy a little sightseeing.
Nowadays the town is a flourishing tourist resort. The winding cobbled streets of the old town are full of interesting little cafes, antique shops and art galleries. Take a break and watch the street entertainers while enjoying a ‘bica’or strong coffee, or stroll along the marina to see the fashionable set. At night the town is buzzing with nightlife. Cocktails have become a speciality, and there are countless bars in which to sample one. Shopping is a pleasure with many boutiques to choose from, selling wickerwork, jewellery, copperware and leather goods. Lagos also plays host to the largest market in the region.
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