Our last complete day in Lagos so we decided to complete our tour of this charming town. Starting by the marina we strolled along the seafront to the municipal market hall which was bustling with locals buying fresh produce for the weekend. Unlike other markets we’ve come across in the Algarve, this one has a modern interior with meat and fish on the ground floor whilst upstairs we found fruit and vegetable stalls and a small cafe.
Inside the Lagos market hall Not far from the market can be seen remnants of the old Moorish walls that once surrounded the town. It’s not possible to climb up and walk along them but we admired their sandstone features from the nearby gardens. The walls were constructed in the 16th century when the town was the residence of the governors of the Algarve.
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