Are you ready for a new series of doors, photographed in Portugal? In May, Portugal opened its doors to Belgian residents, and of course I took advantage of that :). After three cancellations and changes of flight schedules, due to very unclear (ever-changing) information from the Portuguese government, I was allowed to leave on May 23, with flight destination Faro to end up in street art paradise called Lisbon.

Once arrived in Faro, I immediately took the train to the charming picturesque town of Lagos where I stayed for three days. A place that had been on my bucket list for a long time. The maritime character of the city, lots of sun, urban art, rock cliffs and hiking trails,… Everything is there to have a wonderful time, like I did :). So, let’s kick off with doors I photographed while strolling through lovely Lagos. Have a nice Thursday….

This is my entry to Dan Antion’s Thursday Doors Challenge

9 thoughts on “Thursday Doors: Lagos

  1. Ooo, these are brilliant! But I didn’t see you among comments and pingbacks on Dan’s Thursday Doors post, even though you link to him. Probably it’s safer if you leave a comment there with your link manually. I’ll do it right now. He must see these. I’m sure you had a most wonderful time!

    (Ah! Probably because you link to his old recap post and not to his current Thursday post.)

    1. Thanks a lot to link my post to Dan’s blog. I had massive problems(down for almost a day) with my blog just after publishing my Thursday Doors post. It seems that it’s fixed for now. Again… thanks:). Have a nice beautiful start of the week:)

  2. Wow, thank you Stefaan for these positive emotional photo! I met my orange-half in Greece and have not been there for a while so your photo is filling my heart with joy. This bougainvillea is wonderful! Have a great summer and good inspiration in everything! Stay healthy 🙂

    1. Thank you so much. It was so good to see a bit more colour (and have some good weather:) ) after so many dark grey months. Portugal is great:)! Thanks for passing by:)

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