Marina Club Lagos Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Marina de Lagos, Lote 20, Lagos, Algarve, 8600-780, Portugal
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  • Couples90
  • Solo25
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Lagos' marina

by micas_pt

For those who travel by boat this is a pleasant way to arrive in Algarve.

For all the others, the marina is a place where you can eat, have a drink or just sit in the sun. There´s a place here that sells all of those Algarve traditional sweets made with almonds and eggs, ... humm, ... highly recommendable.!!!!!

Road Train

by kevin36

If you go down to the Marina at Lagos there is a road train that takes you to the Grotto cave area and you can get off at various points, one being the resort up on the hill in the photo. it runs round the resort every hour.
the most famous is the stunning beach of Prais de Dona Ana, easily accessible from the Lagos Marina .

All-Round Excellence

by howardnickson about A FLORESTA

Whilst in Lagos you must try the A Floresta Restaurant – a Portuguese restaurant with English and Portuguese dishes. A warm welcome awaits you by “Alexander the Little” who speaks excellent English. Diners re-visit night after night. The food is excellent, the atmosphere is very friendly and the prices are considerably less than the typical touristy restaurants in the main part of the town.
The restaurant is on Rua Antonio Crisogono dos Santos which is near to Lagos marina and very close to the Tivoli Hotel and the Marina Rio Hotel. Imagine you have walked down the entrance road from the Tivoli Hotel, turn right and the A Floresta Restaurant is 30 metres away on the right hand side.
Try the sirloin steak with chips or potatoes and salad (8.50 Euros) and a bottle of house red at 5.75 Euros – you will not be disappointed The sirloin steak was our favourite dish. A prime large piece of steak - cooked to perfection and served with pride and humour. A nice bottle of the house red is recommended.

If you come from outside the...

by HMAPA

If you come from outside the Iberian Peninsula, coming by airplane is the best way.
By train is the best second alternative (from Europe to portuguese mainland, of course).
By sea (cruises or sailing on your own ship) should be very very nice, if you have the time and if you can go through the waters of the Atlantic without being sick. Going to the Azores or to Madeira by sea is a must between seasoned sailors.

If you come from Spain and if driving does not bother you, bring your car.

Portugal has 5 international airports: Lisbon (Portela), Porto (Sa Carneiro), Faro, Funchal (Santa Catarina, in Madeira Island) and Ponta Delgada (John Paul II, in the Azores Islands).
The other important airports (more dedicated to regional flights) are the ones of Porto Santo (in archipaellago of Madeira), Santa Maria, Horta and Flores (all in the Azores islands).

Portugal has four main connections by train to Spain.
One connecting Tuy in Galicia to Valencia (the portuguese Valencia), giving access to a regional line that goes southward to Porto.

Another entry is at Vilar Formoso. This is the main entry for people coming form northeastern Spain and the rest of Europe. This is where the sud-express, connecting Paris to Lisbon, passes on to reach the intercity line at Guarda.

Two other regional lines connect Spain to portuguese Alentejo, with the one connecting spanish Badajoz to Elvas being the most important. However you must go through a regional line until you can reach the intercity line at Abrantes in the center.

The most important lines are the intercity lines. Regional and interregional lines take you almost all around the country with stops in many towns.
The intercity line of the North connects Lisbon to Braga, passing through Coimbra and Porto.
The intercity line of the South connects Lisbon to Faro in the Algarve through Barreiro and the western part of Alentejo.
There are three more intercity lines, two in the Beiras, deriving from the North line on to Guarda and Covilha, and from Lisbon to Beja in Alentejo.

Check the portuguese railways company site at www.cp.pt for more information.

If you are bringing a boat this is a list of Marinas/anchorage sites available in Portugal:

In the North

- Caminha (Anchorage)

- Viana do Castelo (Marina)

- Povoa de Varzim (Marina + Anchorage, north of Porto)

- Vila do Conde (Anchorage, near Porto)

- Leixões (Marina + Anchorage, just outside Porto)

- Porto (Wall in river)

In the Central Region

- Aveiro (Anchorage)

- Figueira da Foz (Marina)

- Nazaré (Marina)

- São Martinho do Porto (Anchorage)

- Berlenga Island (Anchorage)

- Peniche (Marina + Anchorage)

In the South

- Cascais (Marina + Anchorage)

- Lisbon - Docks of Belem (with Marina), Alcantara, Santo Amaro, Bom Sucesso, Olivais and Terreiro do Trigo, all into deep River Tagus
- Seixal (Anchorage)

- Sesimbra (Good Wall+Anchorage)

- Setúbal (Marina)

- Sines (Marina + Anchorage)

- Baleeira (Anchorage)

In the Algarve

- Lagos (Marina)

- Alvor (Anchorage)

- Portimão (Marina + Anchorage)

- Vilamoura (Marina)

- Culatra Island (Anchorage)

- Olhão (Poor Anchorage)

- Tavira (Anchorage)

- Vila Real de Santo António (Marina)

In the islands

- Funchal, Madeira island (Marina + Anchorage)

- Porto Santo, Madeira archipaellago (Anchorage)

- Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel island, Azores (Marina + Anchorage)

- Praia da Vitoria, Terceira island, Azores (Marina)

- Horta, Faial Island, Azores (Marina + Anchorage)

If you are coming from the coast of Africa or from South America a stop in Madeira is recommended. If you come from North America or the Caribbean remember that the Azores are still halfway to Europe. A stop there is not only recommended, it's a 'must' of sailing the Atlantic...

Have a nice trip!

It depends on the regions (check the individual pages for the places I visited).
Inside the cities I prefer the Metro (underground, only in Lisbon, the one in Porto is under construction) or autobus. Try to avoid rush hour, of course.
For long inter-region trips I recommend the train, although not for regions in the interior or the Algarve.
By car is also a good option, you can stop whenever and wherever you want, as long as you are aware of some dangers (see dangers).
In Madeira the best way is to take a bus. If you're fond of rally-like curbing and driving in spectacular sceneries, take the car. You must enjoy driving and being very good at it!

Lagos, Portugal 2008

by Dramaqueen2

"Windy town"

Although we visited in August we found the nights to be quite cool as it seemd to become quite windy late afternoon onwards. Maybe it was no the norm but the kids enjoyed playing superwoman!

"Meia Praia Beach"

Very long beach. Lagos marina is very close to the beach. The beach is very shallow, ideal for children, they can go quite a way out and still be safe.

Photos

At Lagos marinaAt Lagos marina

Lagos MarinaLagos Marina

Forum Posts

websites for fishing in the algarve

by stuartdavies

is there someone that can help me? I am going to mexiloheira grande in may and need some help in finding a suitable website or link to pre-arrange a fishing trip for two from portimao.
i am going in 2 weeks so a quick reply would help.
many thanks
stuart

Re: websites for fishing in the algarve

by jafborges

Can help you from Lagos Marina. Not today cause I'm in hospital waiting for the knive. The skipper will probably be more fun, Lagos is more fun then Portimao.
TTL

Re: websites for fishing in the algarve

by stuartdavies

hope to hear soon
cheers

Re: Re: websites for fishing in the algarve

by cachaseiro

in lagos you should try and go with a guy called joaquim.
he has a boat called pescamar.
he does quality trips unlike some other companies in town.
the company called espedarte do sul is one big ripoff.
don't go with them if you want big game.

Re: Re: websites for fishing in the algarve

by jafborges

Joaquim is the one. The Viking is correct. Happy hour at Do Cais or Caipirinhas at Linda Bar.
I will get you Joaquim's contact when I get out of this joint.
TTL

Re: Re: websites for fishing in the algarve

by stuartdavies

cheers for everyones help just need joaquims contact number and trips/prices avaiable
what a great site this!

Re: Re: websites for fishing in the algarve

by cachaseiro

hey jafborges.
say hello to franco iat the marina cafe from me if you see him.

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 Marina Club Lagos Resort

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Address: Marina de Lagos, Lote 20, Lagos, Algarve, 8600-780, Portugal