Vila Gale Lagos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we enjoyed a remarkable sangria that had chocolate undertones, silky on the tongue and the best we've had so far. When we asked about the wine, we were told it was their house wine. No more identification than that, but it was really good. We are now lying on the couches in the condo, appreciating the wonderful day we experienced, the fresh seafood and the amazing sangria. Portugal really has a lot to offer the ...
... rock formations or dolphins, and go out fishing. Old town still has some of the very old, like 15th century, walls and an old military fort that guards the harbor. The streets are narrow and all cobblestoned, lined with restaurants and shops. A beautiful old church is at one end of old town and the old fort at the other end. We shopped for a new shirt for each of us and then ...
We traveled to Faro airport in southern Portugal on Tuesday and drove to our new apartment in Praia de Luz. We love Portugal. The weather is warm, about 80 degrees during the day and down to about 70 or 75 at night. Every day is sunny and the sky is blue, almost the same deep blue as the Atlantic ocean near our apartment. We're staying in a beautiful resort apartment in a complex called Baia ...
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 ...
Lagos (pronounced with a shhhh) is a hippy surfing town known for its beaches. It is the first place to introduce slavery and the first place to abolish it.
We double up for our sea kayak paddle around the coastline. There are many caves to kayak into and see the glistening green water and marvel at the strange shaped rocks. There is a camel one, elephant one and titanic and iceberg one. Once we reach a secluded beach ...