Algarve region is famous for its beautiful sandy bitches and it’s one of the most visited places in Portugal, especially in the summer. I believe the blue hues of the sky and the ocean can be breathtaking, but not for us, at least not during our stay there. We visited Lagos in October and we experienced a bit ‘different’ colours when we went to the beach as it was raining on the second day.
Meia is the longest beach in Lagos. Along the coastline there are train rails and in the distance you can notice the cliffs.
This is our little Polish family (plus 2 amazing Hungarians!).
There is a port in the city center.
Dona Ana is one of the most impressive beaches in Lagos. It’s placed among numerous cliffs and grots chiselled in limestone rocks by the ocean water. We we weren’t lucky if it comes to the weather (see the pictures! ;/ ), so I guess we have to go back there soon :)
Annoyingly enough, the sun came out when we were leaving Lagos. Below the pictures of the region taken from the hotel apartment.