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This section is all about the noteworthy, yet not well known until now, things that the people in the community are doing. Here we examine things like extraordinary hobies, unknown talents, interesting phenomena and all and sundry.
Yes, we are showcasing the little gems of special interest; things that have until now, eluded general public awareness and interest.
No, we are not looking for "sensation"!
Our mission is to present to the world that "Day in the life of the Lagos community" and we invite you to explore this with us. So if you know of any thing that could be applicable, let us know - we will find a way to unlock such a treasure and share it here with the world.
We are proud of our city and of the Algarve and this is part our giving back to the community.
During 2011 we will be sharing with you our past experiences as well as new ones as we progress with our walk-about.
I am now going to share some of the gems that we have found:
If you enjoy old architecture and interesting ironwork, look out for details on windows, verandas and old doors. Some of the workmanship is just stunning.
At the western end of the Avenida, opposite the Fort, stands a statue of Henry the Navigator, and in the garden opposite, you will find the City Emblem.
Leaving the Avenida in a westerly direction, walk to the top of the hill leading out of town; at the top of the hill, you’ll see the Bombeiros (fire station ) on the right and, immediately on your left, a small side street that has an Indian restaurant on the corner and two holiday accommodation places.
A sign post indicates the pathway to Praia do Pinhao.
Beyond Ponta da Piedade lies the secluded beach of Porto de Mos which can be accessed by way of a footpath to the inland side of the lighthouse at Ponta da Piedade. Although the Porto de Mos area is undergoing some development, this little beach still offers peace and seclusion to those who seek it.
Antonio’s beach bar & restaurant provides an excellent view whilst dining and is also your last watering hole should you undertake the spectacular cliff walk to Praia da Luz, the neighbouring county.
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