Lagosmar Hotel Algarve

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Dr. Faria E Silva 13, Lagos, 8600-734, Portugal
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples74
  • Solo77
  • Business100

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Longterm rental

by 7viv

Looking for a long term rental in or around Lagos for 12 months or more, retired couple who know the area reasonably well. Prefer somewhere with B.B.Q space, 2 bedrooms and somewhere for car. will be in Lagos from 14th May for a week, hopefully permanently by the end of the year.

RE: Longterm rental

by jlima

I think that the best way is to look in the local english language newspapers:
The Resident:
The Portugal News:
Algarve 1 - 2 - 3:
All of them but specially the last one, have plenty of appartments and houses for rent.
Best luck

RE: RE: Longterm rental

by 7viv

Thanks very much for reply. We do access the Portugal News online but unfortunatly the 1 2 3 is not yet available online, so without being there a bit difficult, same with the resident, but we will keep looking.
once again, thanks.

Travel Tips for Lagos


by Julialondon

Please correct me if I'm wrong about this but someone told me that it was right. Tipping in Portugal is 12%, and this is rarely included in the bill, although sometimes the bill tells you how much to leave as a separate amount. IVA includio means its included and IVA no includio means it isn't.

You're in Portugal. You don't need Swiss Food!

by Westbrook about A Vaca

We were seduced by the tables in the sun and the cool-looking chairs.

I was concerned. Switzerland is one of the few countries in the world where I actively avoid the local food. There's only so much cheese, bread and potatoes a man can eat.

But the secluded tables in the sun had us.


The salad was pathetically small, and all the interesting bits were recently liberated from tins. Rachel's cheese plate was better (some people have a higher cheese threshhold), but then again, arranging cheese isn't really that easy to screw up.

Worst: the whole meal cost nearly EUR20 each.

Do not eat at the A Vaca Swiss restaurant. Perhaps admire the chairs. Even order a beer. But only eat there if you like to part with unnecessary sums of cash for small amounts of utterly bland food.

The Swiss have enough money. In Lagos, spend yours elsewhere. Cheese.

Even the Swiss can't fukc up cheese.

Statue of Henry the Navigator

by Willettsworld

Lagos became important during the 15th century period of Portuguese exploration under King Joao I as he assembled his fleet in the harbour before setting sail for the siege and conquest of the city of Ceuta in 1415. This then opened up the Arabian world to medieval Europe in the period known as the Age of Discovery. Prince Henry the Navigator (1394-1460), third son of King João I, lived most of the time in Lagos. From here he directed expeditions to Morocco and to the western coast of Africa with caravels, lateen-rigged ships with excellent seafaring capabilities. Lagos was also the home port for Gil Eanes who was the first to sail beyond Cape Bojador in 1434, then considered the end of the world. This was a breakthrough in the Portuguese exploration of Africa. Lagos was at least as important during the Age of Discovery as Cape Canaveral was during the early years of space exploration.


by Gerrem

LAGOS is the most historically interesting coastal town in the Algarve. Its fame derives from its association with Portugal's 14th-and 15th-century Age of Discovery. It was here that Henry the Navigator had his vessels built and victualled for the voyages of exploration down the coast of West Africa which utimately led to the sea route past the Cape of Good Hope to India. Lagos, with its relaxed atmosphere and quiet charm, make it one of the most appealing locations in the Algarve to visitors from abroad. The best places to sit and watch people go by are at the open-air cafés in Praça da República, next to the tourist information office. The best selection of restaurants is concentrated in the pedestrians-only Rua 25 de Abril.

The headland of Ponta da Piedada with its lighthouse is best viewed from the sea on a short boat trip. The clifftop is a good place to take a stroll with your camera and marvel at cliff erosion. You can see pictures of it in my travelogue.


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 Lagosmar Hotel Algarve

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Address: Dr. Faria E Silva 13, Lagos, 8600-734, Portugal