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What's On Casa Vale da Lama EcoResort

It’s not only a relaxing atmosphere for retreats or for any groups who aim to experience healthy living, but it’s also an amazing family holiday spot for those who want to be in touch with the natural environment and support sustainable tourism. Rooms and common areas are cozy and simple, with space for indoor and outdoor activities, swimming pool and herb gardens. Sweet Spot Cafe and the Farm Shop’s delicious organic food, preserves, jams and other delicacies from the farm are bound to tempt. Bed & Breakfast service is offered and the possibility to engage in farm-based activities for all ages. Families with children are welcome. Meals are optional and depend on availability, as the kitchen is not always open. Advance notice is required if you plan to have your meals on the farm.

Looking for something different this summer? Casa Vale da Lama EcoResort might just be the answer if you are keen on ethical lodging and food in a natural environment. Farmbased learning experiences are offered for guests, groups and local people who like to be close to nature. The EcoResort is located in the central part of the farm. It is surrounded by gardens and small water features and faces the river and the sea in the distance. There is easy access

to different walking and cycling paths and Meia Praia beach is only a 30-minute walk away. Lagos and Portimão are 15 minutes driving distance and the nearest village of Odiáxere is 2km away. Being a guest at Casa Vale da Lama is an ethical choice. Its ecological concept combines with all farm life that surrounds it. Here you can engage in diverse seasonal activities during your stay and experience a low impact way of living.

Expect a simple and friendly service based on ethical principles of low ecological impact. There are no televisions or room service; however, most services are available upon request. All in all, a perfect choice for those seeking a quiet and relaxing eco-holiday experience.   www.valedalama.net  www.casavaledalama.com  (+351) 282 76 40 71  (+351) 91 3485568

Discover heritage and art in Lagos As part of the historical and cultural promotion in August, the Lagos City Council organises guided tours (walking and tourist train) to better get to know the heritage of Lagos.

21.30) to promote monuments and public art in the city. This initiative is free, although prior registration is required (number of participants limited) at the Tourist Office, located at Praça Gil Eanes - 282 763 031.

Residents, visitors and tourists will be able to discover Lagos as an increasingly differentiated destination with regard to its heritage and history.

This is also the place of departure for the tours.

Visitors will be shown places of significance, including churches and chapels, city monuments, bastions and public art. In each street and alleyway, artistic expressions related to the history and identity of Lagos will be encountered.

Tuesdays (2nd, 9th, 16th and 30th)

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2nd | 10.00 - 12.30-Church of St. Sebastian, Chapel of Bones & The Renaissance Port

The tours "Discovering the Heritage and Art in the City" takes place every Tuesday and Thursday, morning and evening (10.00 and

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9th | 21.30 - 23.30-Discovering the Heritage: Architectural Walking Tour (Contemporary Monuments) 16th | 10.00- 12.30-Church of St. Sebastian,

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Chapel of Bones & The Renaissance Port 30th | 10.00 - 12.30-Church of St. Sebastian, Chapel of Bones & The Renaissance Port 21.30 - 23.30-Discovering the Heritage: Architectural Walking Tour (Contemporary Monuments) Thursdays (4th, 11th, 25th) 4th | 22.00 - 23.30 - The Heritage and Art in the City:Tourist Train 11th | 10.00 - 12.30-Church of St. Sebastian, Chapel of Bones & The Renaissance Port 21.30 - 23.30-Discovering the Heritage: Architectural Walking Tour (Contemporary Monuments) 25th | 10.00 - 12.30-Church of St. Sebastian, Chapel of Bones & The Renaissance Port. 

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