Yellow Lagos Meia Praia
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The luxury adult-only Yellow Lagos Meia Praia Portugal can be found in the charming town of Lagos in Algarve, overlooking a 4km stretch of beautiful beach. Lagos is a stunning ... Continue reading
The luxury adult-only Yellow Lagos Meia Praia Portugal can be found in the charming town of Lagos in Algarve, overlooking a 4km stretch of beautiful beach. Lagos is a stunning historic town that offers a wealth of attractions for all on a holiday to Algarve. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants just a short walk from the 5-star Yellow Lagos Meia Praia, providing guests with a perfect location to relax and enjoy the picturesque Portuguese coastline.
Yellow Lagos Meia Praia has 209 comfortable and stylish guest rooms with a range of excellent amenities. On-site facilities include two outdoor swimming pools, Wi-Fi, TV lounge, parking, room service, laundry service and fun entertainment.
Yellow Lagos Meia Praia is also home to the Wood Spa & Health Club which boasts four treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath and Dynamic Showers ideal for those who fancy a spot of pampering during your holidays to Lagos.
Other facilities at the hotel include a conference room, two restaurants and three bars serving delicious gourmet buffet food and top quality hot or cold beverages.
The Algarve offers beautiful coastal resorts, lush golden sandy shores, clear warm waters and over 300 days of sunshine. There are plenty of excellent golf opportunities, more than 100 sandy beaches to choose from, pretty villages to see and plenty of opportunities for watersports.
Feel the pleasant Portuguese sun on your skin and have yourself a relaxing holiday at Yellow Lagos Meia Praia. Book today to experience all the Algarve can offer.
When it comes to evening entertainment, things stay low-key – expect musicians.
The spa* has a whole roll call of pampering treatments like moisturising body wraps and Indian head massages.
The spa has an indoor pool, Jacuzzi® and Turkish bath as well as rooms for treatments such as massages and body wraps.
Smart wooden decking and cushioned wicker sunbeds frame the hotel’s 2 outdoor pools. You’ll find a quiet indoor pool at the spa*, too.
2 outdoor pools
Both the pools are framed by wooden decking and there are comfy cushioned sunbeds to lounge on with a drink from the pool bar.
Located in the spa.
Food and Drink
There are 2 restaurants to tempt you at mealtimes. Both feature mixed menus of international and local dishes, and come with impressive wine lists.
Open for breakfast and dinner with flavours of the Algarve as well as international favourites. You can enjoy your meal indoors or out on the terrace.
International à la carte restaurant*
A contemporary restaurant with an outdoor terrace.
A convenient pool bar serving snacks and drinks.
Offering pizza and pasta.
A la carte dining*
At the international restaurant.
To make booking a holiday at Yellow Lagos Meia Praia in Lagos easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Yellow Lagos Meia Praia with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above. Package holidays to Yellow Lagos Meia Praia are available from Thomson .
Eating out is part of the pleasure of a holiday on the Algarve, and Lagos offers the best of the best choices of establishments in which to indulge. Seafood lovers will be ecstatic, but no one, even vegetarians, will be disappointed or go hungry. A good choice at the marina is the Do Cais Bistro, which serves waterfront breakfasts, lunches and dinners seven days a week. For creative international cuisine in the town centre (including vegetarian dishes) Duquesa Restaurante is hard to beat. Truly gourmet local specialities like pork chops with figs, savoury shrimp and succulent shellfish, are enjoyed at the Don Sebastiao tavern in the old town pedestrian area. This restaurant also has the best wine cellar in town. The English-run No Patio is also popular with expats.
In Lagos, there is little need to do anything more to enjoy your holiday other than sprawl on the sandy beach with an occasional dip in the ocean, but those who need more activity can choose between dozens of pursuits like sailing, wind-surfing, fishing, para-sailing, microlight flights and scuba diving. Golf is a major attraction here as it is throughout the Algarve, with the Palmares and Alto courses nearby, offering a round with sea views. There is also the challenge of the Penina Championship Course, site of many a Portuguese Open. Those who hire a car will be well-rewarded in exploring the adjacent coastline and seeking out unspoilt villages and beaches. There are also a few sightseeing opportunities in the town, including an interesting museum.
Eating out is part of the pleasure of a holiday on the Algarve, and Lagos offers the best of the best choices of establishments in which to indulge. Seafood lovers will be ecstatic, but no one, even vegetarians, will be disappointed or go hungry. A good choice at the marina is the Do Cais Bistro, which serves waterfront breakfasts, lunches and dinners seven days a week. For creative international cuisine in the town centre (including vegetarian dishes) Duquesa Restaurante is hard to beat. Truly gourmet local specialities like pork chops with figs, savoury shrimp and succulent shellfish, are enjoyed at the Don Sebastiao tavern in the old town pedestrian area. This restaurant also has the best wine cellar in town.
The centre of Lagos comes alive in the evenings with buskers and street entertainers, and the nightlife in Lagos can compete with any holiday resort in the Algarve, with several energetic dance clubs and character-filled bars strewn through the main part of town. Of the bars most popular are Bar Amuras at the marina, the Red Eye Bar on the Rue Candido dos Reis, and Zanzibar on the Rua 25 de Abril. Most have music, darts, pool tables and Sky TV sports channels, and stay open late until 2 or 4am.
Besides an ongoing flea market that sprawls through the streets, Lagos boasts numerous fascinating shops and boutiques, especially in the pedestrianised old city. Browsing is as pleasurable as buying in the well-stocked shops that are bristling with attractive local wares, from wickerwork to filigree jewellery, copperware and leather goods to wine and pastries.
There is not a lot for children to do in Lagos but there is a zoo and an excellent water park not too far away.
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