Lagos Holidays Image A charming resort full of tradition and history

Late deals to Lagos are different to your average tourist resort holidays - they are located in a prominent walled town on the south west coast of Portugal and capture a charm unseen in many similar beach resorts.

Lagos Deals

Excellent windsurfing

Unlike many of the purpose built resorts in the Algarve, here in Lagos you will find tradition and history around every corner and get a real sense of Portuguese heritage. Seafarers set sail in the 14th century from Lagos and discovered the west coast of Africa, and today you will see many monuments around the town marking their achievements.

In the pedestrianised town centre you will find narrow cobbled streets leading into squares decked out in flowers where you can enjoy a refreshing drink in the beautiful Algarve sun. There’s also a 17th century fort, a pretty marina and an exceptional monthly market to explore on your late deals to Lagos. The area is also a wine making region, famed in particular for producing muscatel wine, yet despite its alcoholic traditions the nightlife here manages to remain nice and modest with a handful of cocktail bars and just a few nightclubs.

Currency: Euro

Language: Portuguese

Time Difference: GMT -0

Religion: Roman Catholic

Glorious sandy beach, gorgeous little coves

The coastline that surrounds Lagos is popular with windsurfers and is stunningly rugged with gorgeous little coves, beaches scattered with rocks and some glorious sandy stretches of beach, the most popular of which is called the ‘Meia Praia’, which is to the east of the town. Most people who spend their holidays in Lagos stay either in apartments or hotels on a bed and breakfast basis only as there’s so much to see and enjoy that it would be wasteful to stay purely at a hotel.

There is a great choice of restaurants to eat out at on an evening, however if you do feel the need to explore the Portuguese coast still further, then you can catch buses easily to Sagres in the west and Portimao to the east. See Portugal at its finest by visiting this highly sought after resort – you certainly won’t be left feeling disappointed. Book late deals to Lagos online here at

Places to Visit


– It’s an early start for this one, but worth the effort as you get to tour this stunning Spanish city, surveying its fascinating architecture and visiting the magnificent bull-ring and stupendous twelve-sided Tower of Gold.


– Portugal’s capital is overflowing with history and it’s worth the long trip to see the Jeronimos Monastery alone, home to the tomb of Vasco da Gama, it is nothing short of breathtaking.