Lagos is known as the City of the Discoveries. Its geographical location made Lagos a starting point for navigators on their way to discover new worlds. During the 15th century, Lagos was an important departure and arrival point for ships and caravels and historical figures such as Prince Henry the Navigator, King Sebastião, Gil Eanes and many others, are deeply connected to Lagos.
To visit Lagos is to visit history. Places like the slave market, the Governors Castle, the Ponta da Bandeira Fort, the gilded Santa Maria and Santo António churches, the historic center within the walls with its small streets and squares, are must-see places.
Lagos is today a tourist center thanks to its beaches and its coast of natural beauty complemented by the most diversified offer of leisure activities, culture and sports: Golf, nautical activities, such as walks along the coast, visits to caves or trips to see dolphins in their natural environment, are experiences not to be missed.
Crafts, gastronomy and sweets are also a reference of Lagos, which has a variety of restaurants that allow you to taste the traditional Portuguese food and not only.
We wait for you at Vila Mós 24/30. And let yourself be amazed by Lagos.
Lagos is also famous for its confectionery made from almonds and figs.
You can choose from fine sweet (small pieces of art to taste), dom rodrigo, fig cheese, egg balls, scallops and much more.