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Recent Reviews

  • A lovely apartment
    4 of 5

    We have been coming to Lagos Marina for several years and absolutely love it. This was our first stay in this apartment and it is the best yet! It is spacious, modern and very comfortable with direct access on to a lovely pool. It was January and very quiet so I cannot comment on on how busy it might be in the summer but we will definitely stay here again. My only disappointment was the internet access. We had to rely on the free, unsecured Marina WiFi and occasionally it worked but that was a rarity. We had to go into cafes and bars (which are plentiful) to access the Internet. I am looking to book again because we loved it but only if the internet issue is addressed. Staff and booking company were very efficient!

    Stayed: Jan 2019
  • Spacious, bright, comfortable apartment overlooking palm trees and Lagos Marina
    5 of 5

    The apartment is on the second floor of a modern apartment block. There is a lift up from the garage floor which proved to be a great asset. The apartment, which is comfortably furnished and well equipped, faces south-west and overlooks a grass area planted with tall palm trees. Beyond, is the marina with yachts berthed for the winter. From the terrace it was interesting to watch the beautifully colourful Iberian magpies hunting for grubs etc. in the trees in the mornings. We were lucky in that the weather was balmy every day with no rain. The apartment is very conveniently situated. A short walk away in a northerly direction is a very good supermarket - also a dry cleaners, stationers and cafe.Towards the south, and along the marina towards a foot bridge to the town, is a fresh shellfish shop which sells catches from the boats. Most days we went over to the town via the bridge to sample the many cafes and restaurants. Some are tourist orientated and expensive, but we found a few more traditional Portuguese places serving delicious grilled sardines. There is a good bus service to Cape St Vincent and other towns along the coast. There is also a train service running east from Lagos. There is a rich history of marine exploration in the area. Prince Henry, the Navigator, planned journeys from Lagos. Not to be missed is the boat trip to see the rock formations and cliffs just outside the town. .All in all a very enjoyable visit!

    Stayed: Dec 2018