Lagos

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1 Review on “Lagos”

  • edgar xiong
    3 months ago

    I heard Lagos is a year around windy town, how serious is it? I am from California and would like to move to a warm sunny town. edgar

    1. Marc Peycker 1 month ago

      It really depends on the days. Some are very windy, others not at all. I also depends how close you are to the beach, as the town itself is much more sheltered. There is much more wind in Sagres, for instance.

  • Heather Stephens 2 years ago

    Hi is there a good expat community living year round in Lagos?

    1. James 2 years ago

      Hi Heather,

      I think there is and that there are also people living towards the West Coast of the Algarve as well. Connecting with people can be hard, but Facebook groups tend to be the best bet.

    1. James 2 years ago

      Thanks for the kind words, Stephen. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment/ question below.

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