Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Portugal Whirlwind part 2

So following on from where we left off, we had a couple of slow days in Portugal while Rhys rested up. It's never fun being ill on holiday so i really did feel for him. Once he was feeling slightly better, Fifi the Fiat was back in business again and we were off to a different town and place. Portimao was our next stop. Slightly more lively then Ferragudo and definitely a lot bigger, we decided to explore the town a little then head to the beach. It also had a beautiful marina which was stunning and very picturesque. I think if you were going away with friends, then this would be the place to go. 

* Top - H&M ,Shorts - Topshop (Not on the website any more), Sandals - NewLook *

* Portimao Beach *

Our last day we decided to head back to Lagos, explore a little more and also check out the beach and see how it compared to Portimao. It was definitely a case of leaving the best to last, as Lagos was without a doubt my favourite place we visited. The beach was a lot calmer, and the town was just beautiful. Our first stop was one of the restaurants on the seafront, for a good old English breakfast, which was very scrummy and kept our stomachs happy. Thankfully this time Rhys felt a lot better and was finally back to his normal self, chirpy and cheeky.  Be prepared for photo overload as I definitely got snap happy at this point.

* Lagos town, marina and beach *

Once we had relaxed to the max for the rest of the day, we decided to head back to the hotel, to get ready for our last evening. We decided it would be nice to go back to the resturant we went to on our first evening in ferragudo as it was by far our favourite of the bunch. The little resturant was called O Canto and it didnt disappoint. The manager was so welcoming and friendly and the food was divine. I tried both the tuna and the fillet steak over the the times we visited and they were so beautifully cooked. It was a lovely way to end the holiday with a glass of sangria by my side. 

* O Canto Restaurant in Ferragudo *

I would highly recommend Portugal for a nice relaxing holiday. Ferragudo was perfect for a nice relaxing break, or if you fancied something a little more lively, or a younger vibe I would look into either Portimao or Lagos. 

Hope you enjoyed my little insight to our trip away. Thank you for reading my lovelies x  



  1. It looks like you had a great trip (except the part about being ill - that's the worst thing). We visited Portugal when I was a kid so I can't really remember anything so I'd love to go back one day - it looks like such a beautiful country!
    xo April | April Everyday

    1. It was lovely Thankyou :) I would definitely recommend it, it's beautiful I've been to vilamoura and faro too and they are lovely places to visit in Portugal! Xx


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