Best Lagos holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Lagos
Aqualuz Lagos Hotel & Apartments - S.Hotels CollectionLocated 1 km from the Atlantic Ocean in Algarve, the Aqualuz features 4 swimming pools, a spa with massage services and a rooftop terrace. Some units have a spacious balcony.Book now
Tivoli LagosTivoli Lagos is a 4-star hotel featuring spa facilities and a courtyard with swimming pool. It features an Algarve-themed décor and ambiance. The hotel offers a free shuttle service to its private Duna Beach Club on Meia Praia, from March to October.Book now
Villas D. Dinis - Charming Residence (adults only)Set around a charming pool with garden, this group of traditional villas features private terraces, just a 5-minute walk from Praia Dona Ana Beach. The historic part of Lagos is 1.5 km away.Book now
Henri's Apartments Páteo de Santo AntónioSituated in Lagos, Henri's Apartments Páteo de Santo António offers a communal rooftop swimming outdoor pool and an indoor heated pool. Meia Praia Beach Lagos is 800 metres away. Paid private parking is available on site upon reservation.Book now
WOW View, 5m to Beach,10min CityLocated in Lagos, just 200 metres from Dona Ana Beach, WOW View, 5m to Beach,10min City provides beachfront accommodation with a shared lounge, a garden and free WiFi. This property offers access to a balcony and free private parking.Book now
Lagos lies directly on the Strait of Gibraltar and the Algarve coast. Endless beaches and olive groves hide the fact that this region was fiercely contested for a long time due to its strategically important location between Europe and Africa. Today your apartment in Lagos is the best place to relax and enjoy your holiday.
Peace and relaxation: with an apartment in Lagos
The beaches and bays around Lagos have been densely populated since ancient times, as the strait is characterised by its abundance of fish and pleasant climate. The city gained importance through the Moors, who landed on the coast in the 8th century and erected mighty city walls to protect it against enemy troops. Remains of these walls are still visible today. In the 15th century, the old harbour was the most important starting point for expeditions to Africa and an important trading centre for caravans. From 1444 the slave trade enjoyed special meaning, the buildings erected at that time for it can be visited up to today on the place of the republic. Worth seeing is above all the well-preserved old town, which is primarily characterized by Moorish architecture. The offer for couchsurfing in Lagos is more than modest. Therefore, book with us a private apartment in Lagos, best directly at the beach. Lagos has a more than four kilometre long sandy beach, the Meia Praia, which is directly connected to the marina via the newly built promenade. In the evening a walk to the end of the promenade to the Ponta da Piedada is worthwhile. The cape is characterised by bizarre cliffs and enables visitors to take atmospheric pictures of the setting sun due to its location on the Atlantic Ocean. The most important sacred building in Lagos is the church Igreja do Santo António, which has a splendid interior richly decorated with gold behind its reserved facade. Farther to the west is Faro, which, apart from the important port, is above all known for its universities. While Lagos received its face primarily from the Moors, the architecture in Faro is mainly the work of the Crusaders. They plundered the city in 1217 and finally took it completely in 1249. An Apartment in Faro is an ideal starting point for an exploration tour along the Algarve coast, as it is the only important airport in the area. Worth seeing is above all the Vila Adentro, the old town of Faro, whose center forms a mighty cathedral with the simple name Sé. The archaeological museum invites you to take a trip into the past, covering a wide range from early Roman history to sacred art.
Explore many small towns from your private accommodation in Lagos!
Just a short distance from Lagos and Faro you’ll find private holiday rooms in Quarteira. The city is very young, having developed from a sleepy fishing village to a modern tourist centre in the last thirty years. The heart of the town is the Vilamoura district – the “Moorish town” – where the newly built marina is located. Worth seeing is the excavation site of the Villa of Vilamoura, which is situated on a hill in the immediate vicinity of Quarteira. Remarkable are the well-preserved mosaic floors, which date back to the 3rd century and thus to the time of the Roman settlement. Albufeira was long regarded as an impregnable fortress. The city was built on a rock and was for a long time the last bastion of the Moors in the fight against the crusaders. Your Apartment in Albufeira offers you an unforgettable view over the Strait of Gibraltar due to the unique location of the city. Due to its proximity to Africa, an excursion to Morocco is also worthwhile for you – numerous ferry connections are offered from Faro. Your destination could be Tétouan. In the 14th century the city was feared as a pirate stronghold and therefore fiercely contested for a long time. Tétouan owes its economic boom to Moorish and Jewish refugees, who settled here especially in the 17th century. The city is known above all for its old town, which today enjoys special protection as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Agadir is also a popular tourist destination. Our Apartments in Agadir are already waiting for you.
Latest reviews for places in Lagos
Wonderful house in a great area!Jessica reviewed Cozy House in Historic City Center in Lagos
The house is perfectly located in the centre of Lagos. It is equipped with the facilities described and furnished very traditional and cozy.. We had a got time there and especially enjoyed the nice terrace with its beautiful view.. Thanks Claudio!Svenja reviewed Cozy House in Historic City Center in Lagos
The flat is very nice and charming. It has got ist own style with a guitar at the wall. We loved it. It is quiet though directly located in the center of Lagos. You can hear the seagulls all day long and also in the night. They live on the neighbour roofs. Instead of an oven, there is a microwave with grill. We didn't use it, as we always went out for dinner. It is superb to have breakfast on the balcony and to be there in the evening when the sun has gone.Herbert reviewed Cozy House in Historic City Center in Lagos