Compare prices for hostels in Lagos with one click. Add your travel dates and see all prices on all hostel booking sites like Hostelworld, Hostelsclub and Booking.com.
There is a few things you should know about Lagos hostels and the city in general. Besides comparing you the best and cheapest hostels in Lagos, we also highlight what we have liked, disliked and things to look out for.Lagos, located in the Algarve region in southern Portugal, is one of the nicest towns around. It is equally suitable for nature lovers, history buffs, and party animals. Nature lovers are likely to appreciate the town's dramatic coastline with its steep brown, orange, and grey colored cliffs inhabited by wild birds and fragrant plants.
Handwritten by local expert for Lagos hostels Agne Drumelyte
Here is a few more tips from the community. Other travelers share their best tips on backpacking Lagos:
Lagos is really a beautiful gem facing the Portuguese Atlantic coast. It's full of bars, cheap restaurants and club, for sure a place where you can't be bored, be a party lover or be a nature and beach lover. I stayed there for two summer seasons, and always wanted to come back every year, even when it's not high season, like in October or in April, when the town is not surrounded by tourists but you can still catch nice sunny days and evenings. I definitely recomment a visit or more to this lively little town in the South West of Algarve! Ah also a must when you go to Lagos is a Grotto Tour or a Kayak tour for the more adventurer.
Lagos is outrageous. I went summer of '06 for two weeks and ended up there for one month. You have to go.
Lagos is amazing. A friend and I were supposed to stay in Lagos for maybe three or four days and ended up staying for the rest of our trip in Portugal. You just don't want to leave because it is tons of fun. The beaches are gorgeous. You can take a boat ride to the grottoes and swim inside the caves. You also have a great nightlife with tons of fun people! So if you are traveling to Lagos, make sure it's the last place you're going to visit because you will not want to leave!
This town is a must for anyone passing thorugh southern Spain or Portugal. The beaches are the most beautiful you'll ever see. The partying is also amazing. Try and come early in the summer or the spring. The crowds will be smaller, the weather warm but not too hot, and prices lower. Try and eat at Casa Rosa's, dirt cheap food, that is SO good. There is also a Prtugese place that serves HUGE servings for a decent price. I can't remember the name but ask a local, they'll hook you up. Also, do a Grotto tour. Definitely worth the 10 euros. The further you walk along the coast, the more deserted and beautiful the beaches become. Be warned, those who come to Lagos do NOT want to leave.