Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria, is the largest city in Africa with an estimated population of over 17.5 million inhabitants in the city. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the world The main districts are the mainland, Greater Lagos and the Islands. Three major bridges join the island to the mainland. The Mainland holds a greater percentage of inhabitants and industries. The Islands The two major urban islands of Lagos in Lagos Lagoon are Lagos Island and Victoria Island.
People come here for a main-course coastal buffet featuring more than a half-dozen beautiful beaches. Quiet sandy coves are sandwiched between dramatic cliffs. The sandy 2.5-mile stretch of Meia Praia caters to every water sport imaginable. And when you’ve had your fill, you can digest your day with some of the best nightlife in the Algarve region.
If travelling around Lagos, be sure to be accompanied by a guide who is familiar with the routes. Moving around Lagos has become much easier in recent times with street signs on every single street corner making it easier to locate places and landmarks. With the city spending huge budgets on security, there has been a huge reduction in crime generally. For the most part, it’s safe to move about during the day. If you are going out at night, be sure to go in groups, and stick to known routes.
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People come here for a main-course coastal buffet featuring more than a half-dozen beautiful beaches with some of the best nightlife in the Algarve region.