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Ponta de Piedade Grotto Sightseeing Cruise from Lagos
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Benagil & Lagos Full Day Trip - Private Tour From Lisbon
Ponta da Piedade Coastal Tour in Lagos, Algarve

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A charming town in the south of Portugal, a sunny holiday in Lagos Lagos is a popular tourist town in the south of Portugal. It is located in the west of Faro, the capital of the Algarve. It has a population of about 30,000 and is surrounded by thousands of people. It is famous for its magnificent coastline. Lagos still retains the historical imprint of the era of great discoveries, and the Moorish and Renaissance cultures have also profoundly affected the development of Lagos. Today Lagos is a fine tourist town. The central Prince Enrique Square is a beautiful and historic square. Every visitor to Lagos passes through here. The square is small. The towns main street, full of restaurants and cafs, looks great in the sun. At the end of the square is the Cathedral of St. Anthony, rebuilt in 1769, the appearance of the church seems inconspicuous, but the interior is magnificent. There is also a small museum in the church that mainly understands the history of slave trade at the time. When we arrived, the museum was being repaired and could not be visited. The church requires a ticket of 3 and a museum package of 5 per person. Forte da Ponta da Bandeira is located near the promontory of the south-east of Lagos, just a few steps from the Enrique Square in the city centre. It was built in 1679-1690 in a square The Avenue Market is the largest fish market in Lagos, located in the northeast of the Old Town, just 10 minutes from the train station. Facing the town harbour, it is an important shopping and dining venue. Friends who want to buy local fresh seafood must come here every morning in order to get good seafood. Finally, you can check out Gil E Anish Square and Carmons Square on the main road of the Old Town. This is the two squares with the most concentrated business and dining in the old town. Tourists are like clouds, coming and going.
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