Fantastic panoramic views of the sea, coast and Lagos town from this 4th Floor apartment. Quality furnishings throughout this modern condominium. Includes communal pool/restaurant/kids area, balcony with built-in barbecue. Little distance from Meia Praia's stunning 4km coast of white sandy beach and crystal blue waters. Conveniently central for the marina, and central Lagos. On-site restaurant. Underground car park. 24 hour security. Internet available.
Sea Views: The property is on 4th floor of a modern condominium complex. It sits opposite the old town of Lagos with panoramic views of the new marina with fantastic unspoilt sea view and beach views of the lengthy Meia Praia beach from the balcony.
The complex is literally 10 minutes walk from one of the Algarve’s finest beaches, with around 4km of fine sand which is never crowded and various water-sport sites on the beach, as well as beach restaurants.
If you decide to hire a car, there is an underground garage with your very own car parking space.
Golf Details: As you will be aware, golfers are spoiled for choice in the Algarve. There are some great courses nearby.
There are discounted prices available for ALL courses in the Algarve.
The Palmares course is just 10 minutes up the road near the end of the Meia Praia beach which has great views of the area too. Nice to relax and enjoy the view with a light tipple of what you fancy.
Another course, Penina, designed by Henry Cotton and is a few miles East.
Quinta da Boa Vista is only a couple of miles to the west of Lagos.
Around and about Lagos region: Exploring The western Algarve is less intensely developed than the eastern part and rewards exploration down what at times become un-paved roads. Most beaches are relatively small, bounded by rocks or cliffs (Meia Praia is an exception to the rule). An excursion or two into the hills of Sierra de Monchique is highly recommended, offering splendid views to both South and West coasts and a circuit can be done to return by the West coast, which itself is something completely different, with vast expanses of beach open to the Atlantic rollers and hardly any people. Excellent for beach games and walking. Again, this requires research and exploration to discover the accesses. At the bottom of the West coast, or nearly 30km west of Lagos, is Cape St Vincent – the most westerly point of Europe, with views of sometimes very rough seas from the top of the cliffs.
Views are the best !