: A22 junction 1
: Porto do mos
: Campinar on the beach
: Boa vista 5* golf and spa hotel
: Antonios on the beach
Praia Porto do Mos is a long wide sandy beach backed by high cliffs with stunning views. The beach shelves gently into the sea and you can play in the crashing surf. There are sun loungers and parasols available for rent.
The beach bars “Campimar” and “ Antonios” serve excellent snacks and drinks all day plus a full lunch and dinner menus are available with fish dishes being their speciality. There is ample parking at Praia Porto do Mos, also a life guard is in attendance during the busy summer months. There is a bus service available to and from the town centre.
The cliffs at Porto do Mos are a great place to walk in a natural surrounding, where many picturesque surprises awaiting you. If the tide is out, you can watch the fisherman combing the rocks in search of octupusThese cliffs provide a natural path that can take you all the way to Praia da Luz, if you are really in for a good walk.Away to the right of the complex entrance within 800 metres there are several bars,three typical portuguese restaurants a chinese called the china palace and the routunda supermarket.
The city of Lagos is one of the most historical in Portugal dating back to 3000 BC, with its quaint houses and cobbled narrow streets.
Lagos city has a natural harbour and a new marina that organises daily boat trips for dolphin watching,deep sea fishing or just cruising along the Algarve coastline.The largest beach is Meia Praia with its golden sand and stretches for over 5 kms with several cafes,bars and restaurants along its front.
The beaches have ski hire,snorkelling, para gliding, wind surfing and surf fishing all year, in the centre of Lagos it has plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars all along its cobbled streets giving a warm welcome to all. The main square has a typical Portuguese flavour with its street entertainers and bands starting in march and going through the season ending in October with a massive firework display.
There are several water parks that are only a short drive away one with interactive dolphins, for a extra charge you can swim with them.
We can also arrange rounds of golf at the 5* Boavista golf and spa hotel which runs along side the Atlantic ocean
and is nestled in an old olive tree plantation.
The Boavista also has a club house bar and restaurant that's available all year to our guests by prior booking.
To the west of Lagos the once upon a time fishing village of Praia da Luz is now devoted to the the tourist trade and is the home of many residents from the colder northern climates. Further to the west is another small fisher man's beach village of Burgau. Moving even further west is the coastal village of Salema. Here will be found some small Roman ruins proving the existence of its past importance.
The furthest west town is Vila do Bispo and is a very small administrative town for the Sagres area, the later being the most south-westerly corner of Europe! This area is a must for every visitor to the Algarve as it presents a very impressive and dramatic sight of towering sheer cliffs being beaten by the weight of the vast Atlantic Ocean. It is from here that Prince Henry sat and planned the several epic voyages of discovery that enlarged the known world of that time.
The town of Portimao and playa de rocha are only a 10 minute drive away with beaches that stretch for as long as the eye can see a great day out for all.