Abrace as tentações da costa oeste do Algarve durante uma visita guiada de meio dia a Lagos e Sagres, partindo do Algarve. Rica em história que remonta à Era Portuguesa dos Descobrimentos, esta excursão revela artefatos, visita estátuas de grandes navegadores e explora antigas vilas de pescadores da costa. Em Lagos, veja restos antigos no Museu de Antonino, situado dentro da Igreja de Santo Antônio e a histórica estátua do Infante D. Henrique. Esta excursão de meio dia no Algarve não está completa sem pontos de vista de tirar o fôlego no topo do penhasco intocado de Sagres. Todas as taxas de entrada são por sua conta.
Total duration of trip7hrs actual sightseeing time2hrs the rest of the time is spent picking up and dropping off the passengers 3hrs and travelling2hrs. This tour is not a good value for money or time spent !!
This tour could be greatly improved if the number of customers and size of the bus were reduced. For 1.5 hours sightseeing we had to endure 4.5 hours of hotel pick ups and drop offs as well as the travel time to the destinations
Such a pity a pretty good tour was hosted by the rudest and most unprofessional tour guide we have ever experienced. What a massive dissappointment. I would never recommend this tour because of this disgraceful person.
I have provided a full and detailed communication to Viator.
Good trip a lot closed on Mondays but worth doing.
I booked late and wasn't picked up by bus but after contacting the tour operator one of the office staff collected us in her own car and brought us to the bus. Appreciated the extra effort
We very much enjoyed our visit to Lagos, the photo stop and Cape St Vincent, especially the wonderful sunset. Our guide was very informative throughout the tour. We would have liked more time to wander around Lagos had just over an hour, more time at the photo stop, beautiful scenery, at Sagres we just drove through it, Cape St. Vincent was definitely worth the visit. This was a half day tour but we were picked up by mini van at 12.15 p.m. in Quarteira, met up with the coach in Albufeira at 1 p.m., then made several more pick ups before heading to Lagos. On the return we were transferred in Albufeira to a van and dropped off in Quarteira at 8.30 p.m., making it a day trip. Co-ordination of various pick ups to one coach pick-up in Albufeira and same on the return would have meant less time sitting on the bus and perhaps allowed more time at the stops.