From Sines we continued along the coast to Lagos. The journey dragged a little and cost a lot of diesel in the end because the wind didn't want to stick to the forecast.

Our way to Lagos

In Lagos we met many old friends again. The Roede Orm, the Gentoo, the Daphne and the Zora (Left). The place itself is really worth seeing, one of the nicer places we saw on our trip.

Alley overlooking a church tower

In the old town in particular, the houses are well maintained and offer a beautiful view. The city has one long story and is closely related to seafaring.

Steep alley
Another nice alley

On our walks through the village we took a lot of pictures that I would like to let speak for themselves. Otherwise I would get into talking too much.

city wall

A park has been created along the old city wall.

City wall in the park or park with city wall
City wall with parking garage (bottom right)

A parking garage was built directly in front of the city wall. A mini golf course is built on the roof of the parking garage.

Mini golf on the parking garage roof
City gate
Street scene
View of the port

This time we were on our feet so early that we were still on the way to the opening times of the cemetery. We did not let that take us away.


At the port there is still one Lagos Ferry Cats. We have dedicated our own contribution to the cats. Everyone is invited to make a donation here.

Ferry Cat
Electricity house
No shortage of steep and steep streets

There is live music on the street every day in the pedestrian zone. I have to say that the music does not always suit my taste, but it is always of high quality. The tourists stop in droves.

Live music in the middle of Lagos

Lagos is an ideal port of departure for sailors for the way to the Canary Islands or to Morocco. The supply is good, a large supermarket is right behind the marina. There is also a large Chandlery, which is not particularly cheap, but has everything that the sailor lacks or has broken on his trip.