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Beach Garden Apartment
A complex of Moorish design, Beach Garden apartments is a delightful complex of stylish apartments which share a large communal pool. Set in landscaped gardens with ornate fountains, the complex enjoys excellent facilities including tennis courts and coach.
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Meia Praia 2.0 km
Palmares 3.0 km
75.0 km from Faro
Lagos is the third largest town in the Algarve, and was once its capital. The Roman’s were the first to occupy the town, and the area is peppered with ancient remains, then came the Moors. The old part of the town is a maze of cobbled streets and flower-decked squares which have been beautifully restored.
For two centuries, Lagos was the home port of the Portuguese explorers. This tradition dates back to the Age of Discovery, in the 15th century when Henry the Navigator built his ships here for his voyages into the unknown world. In the middle ages, whales were brought ashore here, then tuna, and nowadays sardines are the main catch and local delicacy.
Lagos was also the site of the first slave market in Europe, and the building where the first slave auctions took place can still be seen. Strolling around the market square, you will find the statue of the young boy king Dom Sevastiao, who ruled from the tender age of 14. Making several youthful mistakes led to his demise and gave King Phillip II of Spain the opportunity to seize leadership of the Portuguese citizens for 60 years. When the market is on, you can discover a variety of produce including fresh fish, meat and vegetables. This central square also has a wide variety of restaurants and cafes, as well as several boutiques to suit all tastes, including pottery and gift shops. In the evening, street entertainers contribute to the evening atmosphere, and are a pleasant side show as you sit in a bar and sip a cold drink. The marina is within easy walking distance of the centre, and an alternate place to find interesting bars and restaurants with a good view of the luxury yachts that line its shores. From here, boat trips will take you on deep sea fishing excursions, and dolphin hunting trips – a lovely experience for the young or the adventurous of any age.
All along the Algarve coast there are beautiful sandy beaches, from Alvor in the east to Praia da Luz in the west. Meia Praia is the local beach – a lovely stretch of fine white sand which is popular with holidaymakers of all ages. This area of the Algarve has a record number of beaches which have been awarded the ‘Blue Flag’ for cleanliness. If you want to take a tour of the coastline, you will find secluded coves backed by vertical cliffs and long blankets of sand punctured by pillars of rock, standing guard. The sand is white, the sea is golden and the weather is warm – the perfect place for a villa holiday in the sun.
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