Our Best Campsites In Portugal
Each of our campsites in Portugal are well positioned to enjoy a sun-drenched stay by the beach whilst also giving you the option to delve into the rich history and culture of the country. Combine seaside days with side trips into the heart of vibrant cities and towns.
The Algarve is home to Orbitur Valverde, a family friendly campsite with a great pool, verdant surroundings and good links to Lagos and the beautiful sands at Praia da Luz.
For a peaceful camping holiday in the shade of tall pine trees, head to Orbitur Valado. This serene resort with excellent facilities lies inland from the fishing town of Nazaré, which features lovely wide beaches.
Orbitur Costa da Caprica, located just 20km from Lisbon affords guests the chance to visit the bustling capital city whilst immersing themselves in the lush natural setting of the campsite. Great for campers who love to mix vibrant towns with peaceful nature.
The modest resort of Orbitur Vagueira provides a great place to enjoy activity packed holidays as the campsite offers plenty of activities and has a great swimming pool. You are well placed to explore the city of Porto.
Things to do when camping in Portugal
Go on a camping holiday in Portugal and you will revel in just how much there is to do here. The culture, cuisine, cities, countryside and people all contribute to great vacations.
The coastal city of Porto is famed for its production of wine, particularly port. The vibrant and colourful centre features winding cobbled streets and notable attractions including the São Francisco Church, Bolsa Palace and the Bolhão Market.
The bustling city of Lisbon is teeming with great places to visit including Belém Tower, Bairro Alto, Parque Eduardo VII and Queluz National Palace. Remember to try a tasty pastel de nata before you leave!
Lying north of Lisbon, the Sintra Mountains are ideal for hikers who will be rewarded with views of rugged coastline, thick forests and rolling landscapes. Tag on a visit to the quaint town of Sintra.
In the south, the resort of Lagos boasts enviable beaches and a beautiful balmy temperature throughout the year. There’s plenty to do here including visiting the old town, the golden Igreja de Santo Antonio church or making a splash at one of the many water parks.
Wine lovers should head to the Douro Valley, which offers wine tasting and river cruises against a stunning backdrop of charming villages and rolling, green landscapes.
Popular Regions For Camping Holidays In Portugal
Sharing Iberia with its neighbour Spain, Portugal has distinct regions to explore and fall in love with. The vast stretch of Atlantic Ocean coastline features stunning beaches as well as the thriving cities of Lisbon and Porto. Whether you head to northern or central Portugal, you are in for a treat.
The Algarve wraps itself around the southern tip of the country and is a quintessential Mediterranean patch, so beach holidays filled with sun, sand and sumptuous cuisine are the order of the day. Resorts like Albufeira and Lagos have every amenity you could need, and they boast some of the best beaches in the world.