Yeah, yeah, yeah. You’re probably thinking, “Another post about Lagos?!” Well, we love going there. And we went there again! This time, we went with my sister and brother-in-law, as they’d never been to Portugal before and we wanted to show them around some of our regular haunts, new places, and to make those cool two people hang out with some of our cool friends.
So, a stay in our favorite downtown Lagos Airbnb was in order for this few-day jaunt around the southern coast of the country. You can check out all of our Portugal posts here, but read on to see some photos of what we did on this particular visit.
Heidi, making the most of our Airbnb.
Louis, making the most of our Airbnb.
Of course, we had to hit up some beaches in Lagos, even if the weather wasn’t up to snuff.
During that came the rain, so we naturally had to duck inside and grab a glass of wine and snacks at a cliffside restaurant.
Speaking of food. Speaking of food!
A classic breakfast of delicious Portuguese coffee and a pastel de nata.
We also went back to visit Fernanda, the lovely owner of a longtime restaurant in Lagos. She’s always got some tasty goodness, and is an immense pleasure to be around.
Portofino’s is another spot that we hit sometimes when we’re in town. It’s a bit more expat-ish, but they have some seriously chronic Italian food.
A new one for us that we visited on this trip was Casa do Prego. And boy, I’m glad we did! They have some really great food and the staff is excellent. Thanks, Moreno!
Some breakfast with the awesome Paul and Anja. Not sure who that photo-bombing lady is in back haha.
We also went to nearby Odiáxere to hang out with Paul and Anja, and to visit the best chicken spot around, O Marcelino.
And, there you have it! You can check out all of our Portugal posts right here, and stay tuned for even more from other places we hit during this particular visit.
A very special and very big thanks to all the fine folks in Lagos, Odiáxere, and the Algarve, and to Heidi and Ben for coming to visit!
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