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Accessible Algarve

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Dire Need For Accessible Bathrooms in Lagos.

Lagos, where we call home, has a population of just over 30,000 residents living here year round. 

Access to Beauty

The Lagos Boardwalks

Many people come to Lagos just to experience the Ponta da Piedade.

Spectacular views of grottos, rock formations and a crystal clear ocean. Yellow-golden cliff-like rocks up to 20 meters high, water churning in the grottoes.

Ferry to Ayamonte, Spain

Crossing the Guadiana

The ferry from Vila Real de Santa António (VRSA) Portugal to Ayamonte, Spain is worth the trip if only for the views of the Guadiana River that separates the two countries.

The crossing takes about 15 minutes and the ferry is fully accessible. It is nice that Mobility scooters and wheelchairs have space on the deck to see the sights from.

Winning Then Waiting, Lagos Budget Proposal

In January 2018 Constance and I were present as the votes were counted on the Lagos Citizens budget initiative (Orçamento Particapativo). We were excited and hopeful after a few months of hard work to see if proposal 18 we had authored was successful.

Total Access to Culture

The Cultural Center of Lagos is a great example of Inclusion for everyone.

 The Cultural Center of  Lagos is a gem located in the historic center of Lagos.  

Algarve Train Access

Traveling on the regional train that serves the Algarve is virtually impossible for people with disabilities. Even for the able bodied, especially the elderly it is a challenge.

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