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Camping in Lisbon and Vale do Tejo

12 campsites in Portugal, Lisbon and Vale do Tejo

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Ohai Nazare Outdoor Resort is a pleasant, well-managed site, formerly known as Vale Paraiso. Its reception and amenities buildings create a good impression and a...

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Arriving at this large site in the suburbs of Lisbon, first impressions are good. Beyond the wide entrance with its ponds and fountains, the trees...

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This very attractive and well kept site is situated under tall pines on the edge of the rather select, small resort of São Pedro de...

Attractively laid out among low pine trees, some twisted by the wind into interesting shapes, Orbitur Camping Guincho is located behind sand dunes and a...

Colina do Sol is a spacious and well appointed site situated, as its name suggests, on a hill. Close to a beach and to the...

This campsite is located in a spa town, 20 km from Lisbon. Given its proximity to the Portuguese capital, it has numerous permanent facilities and...

Close to the old, traditional fishing port of Nazaré, which has now become something of a holiday resort, with a large sandy beach sheltered by...

This is a delightful, small, family-owned venture run by Gert and Teunie Verheij. It is a converted farm (Quinta) which has been coaxed into a...

O Tamanco is a peaceful countryside site, with a homely almost farmstead atmosphere; you will have chickens and geese wandering around and there is a...

Peniche Praia can be found on the northern side of the Peniche peninsula, around 90 km. north of Lisbon, and has the distinction of being...

This site can be found to the north of the pretty fishing village of Ericeira, just 40 minutes north of Lisbon and 200 m. from...

This is very much a site for 812 permanent caravans but it has relatively easy access to Lisbon (just under 20 km) via the motorway...

Lisbon and Vale do Tejo

With its deep-rooted cultural traditions, range of leisure activities, year-round sunshine, sandy beaches, historic towns and villages, Lisbon and Vale do Tejo has something for everyone. It is also the centre of Fado, the traditional haunting folk song of Portugal.