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Apartment Luxury under construction 3 bedrooms Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - terrace, double glazing, air conditioning, sauna, balconies, swimming pool, balcony, gardens
€ 595.000
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-1172145,80m²  202,30m²Sale
3 Bedroom apartment UNDER CONSTRUCTION, in luxury condominium next to lagos marina. View of the Marina and Rio. These apartments with luxury finishes have the following features: Smart home system, Energy Certification A+, heated floor, air conditioning, double glazing, central vacuum, electric blinds in all rooms, fiber optics, floor-to-ceiling windows, blank doors and wardrobes, balconies with glass railing. Fully equipped kitchen with Bosch appliances. Communal swimming pool for adults and communal pool for children. Spa with Gym, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Bar/Lounge, Jacuzzi on the terrace. Private gardens throughout the Condominium. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED IN JULY 2023. HISTORY OF LAGOS: Integrated in the prehistory of the south-west end of the Algarve, the area of the municipality of Lagos has been inhabited since backward times, as demonstrated by several archaeological stations. The primitive name of the city - Lacohriga - points to a Celtic origin, about 2,000 years a. C., being, for a long period, port frequented by Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians. Numerous traces speak of the past of Lagos, but the time from which the county becomes, in historical terms, effectively known is from 228 to. C., when the treaty between Carthaginians and Romans was celebrated, which fixed the Ebro as a border between them. It dates from this time the flowering of Lacóbriga, which remained until the 7th century and which was the ancestor of the present-day Lagos. The origin of Lacóbriga is quite unknown. Apparently, there were two, built in different places. The primitive settlement would have been destroyed by an earthquake that occurred in the 4th. C. The second Lacóbriga, whose foundation is attributed to Bohodes, captain or Cargian governor who was part of the military forces of Carthage, which occupied the south of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 4th century. C. Lacóbriga will turn out to be a very important city in Roman times. In an 18th-century manuscript, Antiquities of Lagos and Their Churches are said to have existed between the two Lacóbrigas. From 713 when the Arabs are already absolute masters of the Peninsula, there are no more references to Lacóbriga. According to the most recent history, Lagos was definitively conquered from the Moors in the year 1249 by D. Paio Peres Correia, and the year 1266 was pointed out as the date when Lagos received the first foral, attributed by D. Afonso III. However, it was during the reign of Alfonso IV that Lagos affirmed himself, precisely with the reconstruction of the walls of the square and with the coming to the city of the military government of the Algarve. On January 5,1361, during the reign of D. Pedro I, Lagos passes the Village and County with its own jurisdiction. Until this date he was under the command of the Bishop of Silves who had received it by donation from the King of Castile. Lagos is very important in 1415, during the reign of King John I, due to the Portuguese Discoveries. Infante D. Henrique lived in Lagos, in the castle, then Palácio dos Governadores, and which was also destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Lagos was effectively the basis of maritime enterprises, the port of construction and armament of ships and the starting point of almost all the caravels that left for the Discoveries.
Apartment Luxury under construction 3 bedrooms Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - air conditioning, swimming pool, balcony, gardens, terrace, balconies, sauna, double glazing
€ 625.000
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-1173145,70m²  191,60m²Sale
3 Bedroom apartment UNDER CONSTRUCTION, in luxury condominium next to lagos marina. View of the Marina and Rio. These apartments with luxury finishes have the following features: Smart home system, Energy Certification A+, heated floor, air conditioning, double glazing, central vacuum, electric blinds in all rooms, fiber optics, floor-to-ceiling windows, blank doors and wardrobes, balconies with glass railing. Fully equipped kitchen with Bosch appliances. Communal swimming pool for adults and communal pool for children. Spa with Gym, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Bar/Lounge, Jacuzzi on the terrace. Private gardens throughout the Condominium. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED IN JULY 2023. HISTORY OF LAGOS: Integrated in the prehistory of the south-west end of the Algarve, the area of the municipality of Lagos has been inhabited since backward times, as demonstrated by several archaeological stations. The primitive name of the city - Lacohriga - points to a Celtic origin, about 2,000 years a. C., being, for a long period, port frequented by Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians. Numerous traces speak of the past of Lagos, but the time from which the county becomes, in historical terms, effectively known is from 228 to. C., when the treaty between Carthaginians and Romans was celebrated, which fixed the Ebro as a border between them. It dates from this time the flowering of Lacóbriga, which remained until the 7th century and which was the ancestor of the present-day Lagos. The origin of Lacóbriga is quite unknown. Apparently, there were two, built in different places. The primitive settlement would have been destroyed by an earthquake that occurred in the 4th. C. The second Lacóbriga, whose foundation is attributed to Bohodes, captain or Cargian governor who was part of the military forces of Carthage, which occupied the south of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 4th century. C. Lacóbriga will turn out to be a very important city in Roman times. In an 18th-century manuscript, Antiquities of Lagos and Their Churches are said to have existed between the two Lacóbrigas. From 713 when the Arabs are already absolute masters of the Peninsula, there are no more references to Lacóbriga. According to the most recent history, Lagos was definitively conquered from the Moors in the year 1249 by D. Paio Peres Correia, and the year 1266 was pointed out as the date when Lagos received the first foral, attributed by D. Afonso III. However, it was during the reign of Alfonso IV that Lagos affirmed himself, precisely with the reconstruction of the walls of the square and with the coming to the city of the military government of the Algarve. On January 5,1361, during the reign of D. Pedro I, Lagos passes the Village and County with its own jurisdiction. Until this date he was under the command of the Bishop of Silves who had received it by donation from the King of Castile. Lagos is very important in 1415, during the reign of King John I, due to the Portuguese Discoveries. Infante D. Henrique lived in Lagos, in the castle, then Palácio dos Governadores, and which was also destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Lagos was effectively the basis of maritime enterprises, the port of construction and armament of ships and the starting point of almost all the caravels that left for the Discoveries.
Apartment Luxury under construction 4 bedrooms Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - terrace, swimming pool, balconies, air conditioning, balcony, double glazing, sauna, gardens
€ 700.000
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-1179197,90m²  253,70m²Sale
4 Bedroom apartment UNDER CONSTRUCTION, in luxury condominium next to lagos marina. View of the Marina and Rio. These apartments with luxury finishes have the following features: Smart home system, Energy Certification A+, heated floor, air conditioning, double glazing, central vacuum, electric blinds in all rooms, fiber optics, floor-to-ceiling windows, blank doors and wardrobes, balconies with glass railing. Fully equipped kitchen with Bosch appliances. Communal swimming pool for adults and communal pool for children. Spa with Gym, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Bar/Lounge, Jacuzzi on the terrace. Private gardens throughout the Condominium. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED IN JULY 2023. HISTORY OF LAGOS: Integrated in the prehistory of the south-west end of the Algarve, the area of the municipality of Lagos has been inhabited since backward times, as demonstrated by several archaeological stations. The primitive name of the city - Lacohriga - points to a Celtic origin, about 2,000 years a. C., being, for a long period, port frequented by Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians. Numerous traces speak of the past of Lagos, but the time from which the county becomes, in historical terms, effectively known is from 228 to. C., when the treaty between Carthaginians and Romans was celebrated, which fixed the Ebro as a border between them. It dates from this time the flowering of Lacóbriga, which remained until the 7th century and which was the ancestor of the present-day Lagos. The origin of Lacóbriga is quite unknown. Apparently, there were two, built in different places. The primitive settlement would have been destroyed by an earthquake that occurred in the 4th. C. The second Lacóbriga, whose foundation is attributed to Bohodes, captain or Cargian governor who was part of the military forces of Carthage, which occupied the south of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 4th century. C. Lacóbriga will turn out to be a very important city in Roman times. In an 18th-century manuscript, Antiquities of Lagos and Their Churches are said to have existed between the two Lacóbrigas. From 713 when the Arabs are already absolute masters of the Peninsula, there are no more references to Lacóbriga. According to the most recent history, Lagos was definitively conquered from the Moors in the year 1249 by D. Paio Peres Correia, and the year 1266 was pointed out as the date when Lagos received the first foral, attributed by D. Afonso III. However, it was during the reign of Alfonso IV that Lagos affirmed himself, precisely with the reconstruction of the walls of the square and with the coming to the city of the military government of the Algarve. On January 5,1361, during the reign of D. Pedro I, Lagos passes the Village and County with its own jurisdiction. Until this date he was under the command of the Bishop of Silves who had received it by donation from the King of Castile. Lagos is very important in 1415, during the reign of King John I, due to the Portuguese Discoveries. Infante D. Henrique lived in Lagos, in the castle, then Palácio dos Governadores, and which was also destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Lagos was effectively the basis of maritime enterprises, the port of construction and armament of ships and the starting point of almost all the caravels that left for the Discoveries.
Apartment Luxury under construction 4 bedrooms Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - double glazing, terrace, sauna, swimming pool, gardens, balconies, balcony, air conditioning
€ 750.000
thumbApartment Luxury under construction 4 bedrooms Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - double glazing, terrace, sauna, swimming pool, gardens, balconies, balcony, air conditioning
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-1178145,80m²  255,80m²Sale
4 Bedroom apartment UNDER CONSTRUCTION, in luxury condominium next to lagos marina. View of the Marina and Rio. These apartments with luxury finishes have the following features: Smart home system, Energy Certification A+, heated floor, air conditioning, double glazing, central vacuum, electric blinds in all rooms, fiber optics, floor-to-ceiling windows, blank doors and wardrobes, balconies with glass railing. Fully equipped kitchen with Bosch appliances. Communal swimming pool for adults and communal pool for children. Spa with Gym, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Bar/Lounge, Jacuzzi on the terrace. Private gardens throughout the Condominium. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED IN JULY 2023. HISTORY OF LAGOS: Integrated in the prehistory of the south-west end of the Algarve, the area of the municipality of Lagos has been inhabited since backward times, as demonstrated by several archaeological stations. The primitive name of the city - Lacohriga - points to a Celtic origin, about 2,000 years a. C., being, for a long period, port frequented by Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians. Numerous traces speak of the past of Lagos, but the time from which the county becomes, in historical terms, effectively known is from 228 to. C., when the treaty between Carthaginians and Romans was celebrated, which fixed the Ebro as a border between them. It dates from this time the flowering of Lacóbriga, which remained until the 7th century and which was the ancestor of the present-day Lagos. The origin of Lacóbriga is quite unknown. Apparently, there were two, built in different places. The primitive settlement would have been destroyed by an earthquake that occurred in the 4th. C. The second Lacóbriga, whose foundation is attributed to Bohodes, captain or Cargian governor who was part of the military forces of Carthage, which occupied the south of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 4th century. C. Lacóbriga will turn out to be a very important city in Roman times. In an 18th-century manuscript, Antiquities of Lagos and Their Churches are said to have existed between the two Lacóbrigas. From 713 when the Arabs are already absolute masters of the Peninsula, there are no more references to Lacóbriga. According to the most recent history, Lagos was definitively conquered from the Moors in the year 1249 by D. Paio Peres Correia, and the year 1266 was pointed out as the date when Lagos received the first foral, attributed by D. Afonso III. However, it was during the reign of Alfonso IV that Lagos affirmed himself, precisely with the reconstruction of the walls of the square and with the coming to the city of the military government of the Algarve. On January 5,1361, during the reign of D. Pedro I, Lagos passes the Village and County with its own jurisdiction. Until this date he was under the command of the Bishop of Silves who had received it by donation from the King of Castile. Lagos is very important in 1415, during the reign of King John I, due to the Portuguese Discoveries. Infante D. Henrique lived in Lagos, in the castle, then Palácio dos Governadores, and which was also destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Lagos was effectively the basis of maritime enterprises, the port of construction and armament of ships and the starting point of almost all the caravels that left for the Discoveries.
Apartment 3 bedrooms Luxury under construction Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - gardens, balconies, double glazing, swimming pool, air conditioning, sauna, terrace, balcony
€ 795.000
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-1174149,40m²  191,20m²Sale
3 Bedroom apartment UNDER CONSTRUCTION, in luxury condominium next to lagos marina. View of the Marina and Rio. These apartments with luxury finishes have the following features: Smart home system, Energy Certification A+, heated floor, air conditioning, double glazing, central vacuum, electric blinds in all rooms, fiber optics, floor-to-ceiling windows, blank doors and wardrobes, balconies with glass railing. Fully equipped kitchen with Bosch appliances. Communal swimming pool for adults and communal pool for children. Spa with Gym, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Bar/Lounge, Jacuzzi on the terrace. Private gardens throughout the Condominium. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED IN JULY 2023. HISTORY OF LAGOS: Integrated in the prehistory of the south-west end of the Algarve, the area of the municipality of Lagos has been inhabited since backward times, as demonstrated by several archaeological stations. The primitive name of the city - Lacohriga - points to a Celtic origin, about 2,000 years a. C., being, for a long period, port frequented by Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians. Numerous traces speak of the past of Lagos, but the time from which the county becomes, in historical terms, effectively known is from 228 to. C., when the treaty between Carthaginians and Romans was celebrated, which fixed the Ebro as a border between them. It dates from this time the flowering of Lacóbriga, which remained until the 7th century and which was the ancestor of the present-day Lagos. The origin of Lacóbriga is quite unknown. Apparently, there were two, built in different places. The primitive settlement would have been destroyed by an earthquake that occurred in the 4th. C. The second Lacóbriga, whose foundation is attributed to Bohodes, captain or Cargian governor who was part of the military forces of Carthage, which occupied the south of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 4th century. C. Lacóbriga will turn out to be a very important city in Roman times. In an 18th-century manuscript, Antiquities of Lagos and Their Churches are said to have existed between the two Lacóbrigas. From 713 when the Arabs are already absolute masters of the Peninsula, there are no more references to Lacóbriga. According to the most recent history, Lagos was definitively conquered from the Moors in the year 1249 by D. Paio Peres Correia, and the year 1266 was pointed out as the date when Lagos received the first foral, attributed by D. Afonso III. However, it was during the reign of Alfonso IV that Lagos affirmed himself, precisely with the reconstruction of the walls of the square and with the coming to the city of the military government of the Algarve. On January 5,1361, during the reign of D. Pedro I, Lagos passes the Village and County with its own jurisdiction. Until this date he was under the command of the Bishop of Silves who had received it by donation from the King of Castile. Lagos is very important in 1415, during the reign of King John I, due to the Portuguese Discoveries. Infante D. Henrique lived in Lagos, in the castle, then Palácio dos Governadores, and which was also destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Lagos was effectively the basis of maritime enterprises, the port of construction and armament of ships and the starting point of almost all the caravels that left for the Discoveries.
Apartment 3 bedrooms Luxury under construction Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - terrace, double glazing, air conditioning, sauna, gardens, balcony, balconies, swimming pool
€ 950.000
thumbApartment 3 bedrooms Luxury under construction Marina de Lagos São Gonçalo de Lagos - terrace, double glazing, air conditioning, sauna, gardens, balcony, balconies, swimming pool
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-1175142,40m²  188,80m²Sale
3 Bedroom apartment UNDER CONSTRUCTION, in luxury condominium next to lagos marina. View of the Marina and Rio. These apartments with luxury finishes have the following features: Smart home system, Energy Certification A+, heated floor, air conditioning, double glazing, central vacuum, electric blinds in all rooms, fiber optics, floor-to-ceiling windows, blank doors and wardrobes, balconies with glass railing. Fully equipped kitchen with Bosch appliances. Communal swimming pool for adults and communal pool for children. Spa with Gym, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Bar/Lounge, Jacuzzi on the terrace. Private gardens throughout the Condominium. CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED IN JULY 2023. HISTORY OF LAGOS: Integrated in the prehistory of the south-west end of the Algarve, the area of the municipality of Lagos has been inhabited since backward times, as demonstrated by several archaeological stations. The primitive name of the city - Lacohriga - points to a Celtic origin, about 2,000 years a. C., being, for a long period, port frequented by Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians. Numerous traces speak of the past of Lagos, but the time from which the county becomes, in historical terms, effectively known is from 228 to. C., when the treaty between Carthaginians and Romans was celebrated, which fixed the Ebro as a border between them. It dates from this time the flowering of Lacóbriga, which remained until the 7th century and which was the ancestor of the present-day Lagos. The origin of Lacóbriga is quite unknown. Apparently, there were two, built in different places. The primitive settlement would have been destroyed by an earthquake that occurred in the 4th. C. The second Lacóbriga, whose foundation is attributed to Bohodes, captain or Cargian governor who was part of the military forces of Carthage, which occupied the south of the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 4th century. C. Lacóbriga will turn out to be a very important city in Roman times. In an 18th-century manuscript, Antiquities of Lagos and Their Churches are said to have existed between the two Lacóbrigas. From 713 when the Arabs are already absolute masters of the Peninsula, there are no more references to Lacóbriga. According to the most recent history, Lagos was definitively conquered from the Moors in the year 1249 by D. Paio Peres Correia, and the year 1266 was pointed out as the date when Lagos received the first foral, attributed by D. Afonso III. However, it was during the reign of Alfonso IV that Lagos affirmed himself, precisely with the reconstruction of the walls of the square and with the coming to the city of the military government of the Algarve. On January 5,1361, during the reign of D. Pedro I, Lagos passes the Village and County with its own jurisdiction. Until this date he was under the command of the Bishop of Silves who had received it by donation from the King of Castile. Lagos is very important in 1415, during the reign of King John I, due to the Portuguese Discoveries. Infante D. Henrique lived in Lagos, in the castle, then Palácio dos Governadores, and which was also destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Lagos was effectively the basis of maritime enterprises, the port of construction and armament of ships and the starting point of almost all the caravels that left for the Discoveries.