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Coworking in Lagos is not just for the surfer who wants to flash his stuff on a wave during a lunch break, it is also for the local freelancers or businesses that don't wish to set up their own individual office. A hot spot to squat for a while or to take up residence, Lagos has affordable accommodation and the cost of living will have you smiling with its cheap beer, espresso and colourful local markets overflowing with fresh produce. You will have miles of stunning coastline and plenty of funky cafes to while away your time during a work break, without office overheads stressing you out.
Coworking is starting to take off in a big way, much like it has in Lisbon where local professionals prefer to share space rather than rent their own individual enclave. If you aren't a local professional, several international outfits have been organising coworking retreats in beachside enclaves for wandering souls.
A town in southern Portugal's Algarve region, it is known for its walled old town, dramatic cliffs with panoramic views, stunning Atlantic beaches with sandy coves and ancient castles plus watchtowers. Local markets will have you drooling; the one opposite the marina footbridge will give you honey, figs, olives, almonds and fresh fruit and vegetables, whilst the fish market has not only fresh seafood on offer but it is where the smell of freshly baked bread will have you running to buy some.
This is a town to meander around at a slow pace, as there are so many narrow cobblestoned alleys to explore and get lost in. There are plenty of friendly local bars where you can chin wag and network with your new found coworking cohorts, restaurants dishing up local specialties such as bacalhau (dried salt cod) however you want to eat it and fantastic local wines to sip on.
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