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Camping Alentejo

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Are you familiar with Portugal's largest region? If not, here's a little presentation of Alentejo. This is a region with a rich history and varied nature, as well as being chock full of extraordinary landscapes. Step this way!

Camping holiday Alentejo

So have we tickled your curiosity? Excellent! From Beja to Évora, and not forgetting Portalegre, Santarém and Setúbal, a truly amazing region awaits you. And of course you need to know what makes this place such an extraordinary one. From its nature stretching away into the distance, wonderful historic locations and traditions going back into the mists of time: that's what Alentejo is all about. To the north, come and enjoy the plains, fields and gentle pace of life. And if you're a real fan of nature and tranquillity, you'll just love it here! You'll also be discovering some unusual villages, including Nisa, Portalegre and Castelo de Vide. Locations positively steeped in history await you here! And as you head south, there's a whole new set of surroundings to take your breath away. The landscapes are bathed by sunshine, warmth is everywhere, the olive trees and holm oaks blend into the scenery and villages full of character are here to be discovered. From north to south, between the plains and lakes, Alentejo offers a wide range of landscapes and historic monuments to choose from. So how about exploring the region while you're staying here?

 

Camping Alentejo

So what is there to see? A few phrases just won't suffice to explain what's in store for you, but here are the unmissables. For a nice breath of fresh air, for a breathtaking hike or simply for its lovely landscapes, we recommend the Serra de São Mamede Natural Park. A unique location featuring wild nature. Or maybe you're a history buff? The town of Castelo de Vide is the place for you, with its castle, Judiaria (former Jewish district) and more. We also suggest Elvas, an amazing place, and Europe's most extensively fortified town, which is pretty impressive! And culture also means Évora, a town which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Monsaraz, one of Portugal's loveliest villages. You'll be delighted by the surprises awaiting you here. Alentejo also means splendid beaches such as those alongside the Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina Natural Park. Relaxation and watersports will be the order of the day. So why not get going? History-based tours, hiking in the heart of nature, lying back on the beach or exploring the unusual towns: it's up to you!

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