Brand new centre of town spacious one-bed aprtmt

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Lagos, Algarve, Portugal

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 4
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Apartment
Description of the Lagos vacation apartment rental
SPACIOUS NEWLY-FURNISHED APARTMENT
(SLEEPS FOUR), COMMUNAL GARDEN, ACCESS TO
SWIMMING-POOL AND GARAGE

EXCELLENT LOCATION IN THE CENTRE OF LAGOS - ALGARVE

Living Room: Spacious lounge/dining room double sofa bed, dining table and seating for 6, under-floor heating, South facing, sunny all day.

Kitchen: Fully fitted and equipped kitchen including oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, coffee machine plus a full range of utensils, crockery, glassware, pans and linen.

Bedroom: Bedroom with double bed, and a single person sofa bed (ideal for a child), built in wardrobes, under-floor heating, large French windows with a small balcony. Cot can be provided on request free of charge.

Bathroom: Large bathroom with bath/shower, wc, bidet, vanity unit with washing basin and mirror.

Garden: Garden furniture provided, communal garden sunny all day.

South facing private swimming pool (covered if requested), with shower, lawn and sun beds. (Average water temperature in the Summer months: 28°- 30°)

Cristina Collier

Area Info
One of the most popular tourist destinations on the Algarve and certainly one of my favourites, Lagos is a bustling town full of activity, nightlife and modern attractions. However, it is also a town full of history and the monuments and architecture which take us back to the many different peoples who have settled here and the many maritime adventure which have started in Lagos' impressive natural harbour. The nearby beaches are among the best in the region and the rocky headland of Ponta da Piedade is outstandingly beautiful.

For the visitor it is generally the beautiful beaches that constitute the major attraction and there are many to choose from. There is always space at the golden sands of Meia Praias to the east of the town, however the beaches which lie to the south are generally considered more picturesque. Over the years the cliffs here have eroded into gnarled stone arches and tunnels which separate many tiny coves, all blessed with clean blue waters and some with steps built into the cliffs. The most popular of these is the Praia Dona Ana. For those with personal transport, the whole coast around Lagos is worth a visit for less well-known beaches and small fishing villages.

Drinking and good times continue to be a fundamental part of a visit to Lagos and the fine array of restaurants, bars and local festas stand as testament to this. The busy flea market fills the narrow streets of the centre, which also boasts a Cultural Centre hosting various exhibitions and events throughout the year. For those more interested in the maritime aspect of the area, boat trips, deep-sea fishing and yacht hire are all available at the marina.

Golf is a popular activity throughout the Algarve and Lagos is no exception with the Palmares, Boavista and Alta courses offering a round with views of the ocean and the challenging Penina Championship Course nearby which often hosts a Portuguese Open tournament. For the younger visitor there are various water parks offering exciting rides and a zoo that offers the opportunity to swim with dolphins. Within the town, sunset marks the onset of much liveliness with street entertainers and buskers enhancing the general array of bars and clubs typical of an Algarve resort.
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