Quinta Dos Oliveiras

1079 , Lagos, Algarve, 8401-908, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lagos

Timber tipis and clay clad walls

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus

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We have struck gold again! Like lucky prospectors we have stumbled upon a real gem and can't believe our good fortune. Olaf and Rosetta had posted a last minute request and, of the three in the area, who would take us at short notice, they were the first to respond. They have a 3 hectare property tucked 'invisibly' into the rolling hills and dry scrub just north of Monchique in inland Algarve. The land gently slopes down from a fresh water well and dammed swimming lake ...

Atlantic rollers....surf paradise in a Peugeot

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus

... and Pembroke's geology. We swam (waded about in waist high freezing cold waves pounded by breaking froth) every morning and made coffee and porridge on our little stove on the sand. Popped to Internet cafes, to no avail and then walked and explored clifftop and beach until sunset. We cooed at the huge red orb dropping below the horizon and cooked chilli chickpeas, rice and pasta in some of the most breathtaking locations ...

Lagoa & Albufeira

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

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Quiet day today, as we had to find a place to watch the France - Germany game before 5. In hindsight I'm not so sure why we bothered, the game was largely soporiphic. The only comfort is that the Portuguese seemed to be rooting for us, thanks guys! But anyways the campsite is nice and family oriented, the swimming pool is big, and ...

Tourists of the south coast

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

5

... The Portuguese use a lot of coriander in their cuisine, very enjoyable. On the way back, it seemed to me the city was getting ready to welcome hordes of British youths ready to take on the night, as dancing bars and apartments in town were slowly filling up with cockney accents. Lovely. Tomorrow, the challenge will be to find a place to view the game with a not too extensive German crowd, as both victory or defeat could prove either dangerous or ...

The Edge of Europe

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

6

Today we reached the end of Europe, to be precise the southwestermost point on the continent mainland, the Cape of Saint Vincent :). A barren place with tall cliffs directly above the sea, the only human landmark being a lighthouse, a few trucks/shops selling wool pullovers and bratwurst(!), and fishermen fishing fish from the top of the cliff(!!). So, after reaching a dead end on the north - south axis, we switched to the west - east one, in the direction of ...

 

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