An attractive campsite in a peaceful area, to the south of the town of Aveiro, and with direct access to a wide beach. There is a lake opposite, where the Ría de Mira ends. It provides numerous water and electricity points, as well as two excellent shower blocks, bungalows and commercial services. see moreThe Laguna da Barrinha is the perfect place for windsurfing, sailing, water-skiing or rowing. And don’t forget to see the wooden houses with their coloured strips on the Costa Nova.
Just 2 km from the historic area of the city of Évora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this campsite stands out for its facilities, which include a swimming-pool and various commercial services, as well as the accommodation itself. In Évora we would recommend visits to the University, Cathedral, and see more church of São Francisco. It is also worth discovering the Alentejo region with its wide range of colours and tastes, stopping off in places like Monsaraz, Estremoz, Vila Viçosa and Elvas.
A campsite placed in extraordinary surroundings, in a small spa town on the Costa de Prata, which is often visited by inhabitants of the central-interior area of the country. It is one of the most attractive campsites in the Orbitur network, located in a pine wood, quiet and with excellent infrastru see morectures. It offers good commercial services, which include a bar/restaurant, swimming-pools with slides for all to enjoy, and bungalows fitted with all the comforts needed for a holiday or weekend. The beach, which is protected, is 600m away. S. Pedro de Moel campsite won the first DCC Europe award in 2004, given in Portugal for the first time by the Deutsch Camping Club.
Foz do Arelho, 8 km from the city of Caldas da Rainha, is bordered to the north by the Atlantic and to the south by Lake Óbidos. The campsite is located in the tourist area of western Portugal, in the midst of nature and with beautiful iodized beaches of fine golden sand. It has commercial services see more, a swimming-pool and holiday and weekend accommodation. The region is rich in interesting places. You can visit its historical heritage, which includes the thermal hospital, churches, chapels and museums, see its traditional ceramic-ware or the beautiful landscapes of the beaches in Foz do Arelho and Salir do Porto. You can also play sports on Lake Óbidos, the largest and most enchanting lake on the Portuguese coast, or go trekking in Paúl de Tornada, the nature reserve on Berlenga island - the only marine reserve in the country, in the Serra do Socorro or in the Serra de Montejunto Natural Park.
A campsite located 2 km from Nazaré, in the upper part of this fishing village. Being in a beautiful pine wood gives plentiful shade. It has 300 electricity points, three shower blocks, bungalows and commercial services. We suggest you attend one of the exhibitions of traditional local dance, consi see moredered among the best in Portugal. You should also visit the chapel of Nossa Senhora da Nazaré, built on the top of the promontory. The ride up by funicular railway is highly rated and the beach is wonderful.