The popular seaside resort of Lagos is situated on the south coast of Spain, on the Costa del Sol. This is within the region of Andalucia, between the towns of Nerja and Malaga. Holidays in Lagos are extremely popular and this is down to the fact that the area boasts a number of great beaches, golf courses and many other activities to get involved in. Whilst there are hotels available here, more and more people tend to be steering towards self catering accommodation in Lagos. This allows them to enjoy a more unique type of holiday: one where they are able to come and go as they please, yet still relax in and enjoy a property that will be viewed as their home away from home.
The nearby beaches are bound to be screaming out to you during your holidays in Lagos and it is highly likely that you will want to spend a lot of your time here. Whilst at the coast, some of the most popular activities include the likes of swimming, jet skiing, wind surfing, fishing (including deep-sea excursions), snorkelling, scuba diving and canoeing. If you would prefer something altogether more leisurely, you might like to hire a pedalo for an hour or two. Other activities in this area include golf (there are more courses in this part of Spain than you could ever hope to fit into your holiday - so choose well!), tennis, horse riding, cycling and hiking.
It is difficult to know where to start when it comes to the places for you to visit on your holidays in Lagos, as there are just so many possibilities. To include as many as possible, we will mention suggestions very briefly for you. First of all, the other great resorts worthy of your time include Nerja, Almeria, Torremolinos and Marbella - where the rich and famous love to spend their holidays. Historic and interesting cities include nearby Malaga and Ronda is definitely well worth a full day trip. If you are wanting to travel further afield for the day, head due south-west to the tiny British territory of Gibraltar. See the apes on the Rock of Gibraltar and feel how you’ve been transported to a British High Street, only with some sun, for a change!
A beautiful Mediterranean climate awaits you on your holidays in Lagos. This means that summers are between warm and hot here and winters will remain very pleasantly mild. Average temperatures in July and August are in the thirties degrees Celsius but they can go into the forties at times; in January and February, averages are more likely to be around the low- to mid-teens.
When working out the best way to travel to your comfortable self catering accommodation in Lagos, your attention should definitely focus on Malaga Airport (AGP). This is one of the busiest holiday destinations from the UK and all major airports will operate flights here, often from a choice of different airlines.