Villa Sofia Courts

Address: 406, Omole Phase 1, Lagos, Algarve, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lagos


A travel blog entry by where_we_walk on Feb 05, 2015

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... town. Beautiful centre town with lots of park area and a huge outdoor market. Had a discussion on politic with a local, found our albergue and then walked around the city. Had a private room with a nice heater in the room. The rest of the place is like a ...

Portugal. The man.

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Oct 08, 2014

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... is very environmentally conscious which is good to see, he picks up any rubbish he sees and puts it in his bag, telling us to be careful to avoid crushing fragile rock formations or plants.

We stroll along a thin path, surrounded by amazing red and green plants, TJ points out some hunting birds, he tells us that all the hunting birds here are lost, they travel this way to get to feeding grounds but some lose the group and get stuck. At the face of this cliff there's ...

Surfing the Algarve Coast

A travel blog entry by emezzy on Aug 09, 2014

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... from the bottom of the ocean, running across boards in the green water and bursting ear drums (bless, Gem) we gave it all ago. Many of our attempts were successful, many (oh so many) were not. Though, so much fun. Definite hats off to the team of yellow and black. Who could forget our instructor Tomarse?

When we weren't surfing, we found ourselves exploring by day and partying by night in the cool little town ...

Portugal Part One: Lagos

A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Mar 03, 2014

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... and woke up Saturday morning, grabbed a cup of coffee and enjoyed a pancake breakfast provided by the hostel! After catching up with our families, we decided to go on a bit of an adventure! We left our hostel, and walked towards the Old Town of Lagos. We eventually hit the waterfront and then trekked along the coast through three of the beaches. I cannot begin to explain to you the beauty of the beaches here. The rocks and arches, surrounded ...

Sun, Sand, Sangria, and a Sunset

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Apr 26, 2013

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... where we were the morning before, only this time was a little different view. Since they were all open (you could see the sky from the inside), it was beautiful to look out over the Mediterranean Sea with all the cliffs. After about a half hour, they took us to another beach for the day. Again, more sangria was supplied all day to keep us refreshed after all the beach volleyball, soccer, and napping. It was an absolutely perfect day. Around 4:30, we headed back to ...

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