How racy cruises & boozy skinny dips turned historic town near Europe's glam 'golden triangle' into ‘Ibiza on steroids' | The Sun
ON a boat in the middle of the sea, a young woman with just some whipped cream to cover her modesty lies down as another girl grinds up against her and licks it off.
Having been plied with unlimited booze for the last two hours in sizzling sunshine, she proceeds to pick up a shot from inbetween her friend’s boobs, using just her mouth.
Meanwhile, on the upper deck, boys with glistening six-packs drink beer through a bong, while girls in thongs, showing off their perfectly pert bums, are standing over them pouring it into a funnel.
Every inch of the boat is covered in bikini-clad 18-30s, who will no doubt later head to the strip for more cheap booze and dancing, before going for a skinny dip in the sea to end the night.
But it’s not Magaluf, Gran Canaria or Benidorm where this is all happening.
It’s actually the Algarve, in Portugal – usually more famous for its family-friendly beach holidays, golf courses and dramatic coastline.
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With Spanish locals seemingly trying to find more and more ways to stop British tourists hogging the prime beach spots, many young Brits are finding new places to go.
While Premiership footballers frequent the luxury resorts of the Golden Triangle, teens and Brits in their twenties are flocking to Lagos on a speedy two-hour flight from London to take full advantage of the cheap drinks deals and wild parties.
Over the last three years, crime in the historic and picturesque coastal town – whose boozy party strip was described as one local as 'Ibiza on steroids' – has increased by 67 per cent.
In June, Brits were warned they could face extraordinary fines if they make too much noise on the beach, as playing loud music on speakers was banned by Portugal's National Maritime Authority, with fines of up to £3,440, and group fines reaching a staggering £30,953.
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