Costa D'oiro Ambiance Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Costa D'oiro Ambiance Village Lagos
Travel Blogs from Lagos
... the rocks and they felt fuzzy and soft, like velvet. Once the tide comes back in, all this will be submerged under the ocean again and the cliffs only visible from a distance or from the water on a boat. We felt lucky to see them today and enjoy their beauty. After our walk we went to the Galley café where we watched a para-glider take off from the cliffs and sail through the air above the ocean. We drank ...
... shops selling hardware, souvenirs or jewelry. We've enjoyed exploring the village but it was time to venture a little farther afield--about 10 miles, actually. We hopped on the bus and rode to Lagos, the closest town and visited their old town area and walked along the marina. This is where most of the area's boating excursions leave. You can take a boat trip to see ...
... We're on the second floor with a huge balcony that overlooks an Italian style garden with fountain and lots of cypress trees and other Mediterranean foliage. The whole complex is in the Italian style with soft gold, stuccoed buildings. There are two pools, one adult, one child, and a nice restaurant in the complex. We're very happy with it. One of the best things is that maids come twice ...
After our less than peaceful night at Sagres, we were keen to head on to Lagos, which seemed more like the Algarve proper. It wasn't far - only about 15 miles - and we headed off early with a reasonable wind to allow us to sail along happily. One thing we very much like about this new coast is the total lack of swell and waves in general; even with the wind hitting 20 knots as we headed east, the coast on our port side sheltered us from the ...
... boats and kayakers all trying to get in and out of these very narrow and surgey passages - the boat men are all masterful at maneuvering their boats past each other with inches to spare. The grottoes are very dramatic. The gal who had sold us on the trip promised that the captain could speak English but all the guy driving the little boat knew how to say were the names of the various limestone formations like, "elephant," or "Michael Jackson in Thriller." It was kind of comical. He took ...