Excursions in Lagos

For lovers of art, history, landscapes, Lagos has everything you could wish for.

For lovers of art, history, landscapes, Lagos has everything you could wish for. These are the best places to visit in town.

Art Lover

Lagos is the epicentre of urban art in the Algarve, and every corner takes you on a unique journey. National and international artists leave their imprint through several points of the city under the ArtUrb project by the LAC association. Take a tour or learn something new in the workshops organized by the association.

  • LAC | opens by appointment

Centro Cultural de Lagos offers a varied monthly programme, with regular music performances, theatre or workshops. In the same space, you will find an art gallery with regular exhibitions.

Also, about the discoveries, the wax museum the second in the country, realistically tells the adventures through the sea. This museum is meant for the whole family and promises to unveil many secrets about this corner of Portugal


In every town in the Algarve, you will find a market with the freshest vegetables, meat or fish, coming directly from the producer.

More specifically, in Lagos, you will find the fresh products market and another with a particular focus on organic products and handicrafts. Every Wednesday at the Levante market you will find Viv'o Mercado, the musical moments and the animation for the youngest are a constant.

Do you like to discover the best products, get to know the locals, hear the best stories? You can do that and much more, every Saturday morning in the Reforma Agrária, also in the Levante market.

Historical Tour

Deepen your knowledge of Lagos full of history and secrets. See the lines and contours of a secular city with a specialized guide tour. Discover the fascinating open-air works on the Portuguese sidewalks. Daydream in the streets of this city.

The Slave Market is a tourist point where a part of Portuguese history is explained about the discoveries and all the good and bad that brought.

* The opening hours indicated may change throughout the year

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