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Glamping, Camping and Campers in Alentejo: Immersed in Natural Beauty, Comfort and even Luxury

Escape to the untouched beauty and serene landscapes of Alentejo, Portugal's hidden gem. Set between vast plains, seashore, rolling hills, cork forests, and picturesque vineyards, this region offers a tranquil haven for people seeking a unique experience. Immerse yourself in nature while enjoying luxurious amenities, making it the perfect destination for a unique and unforgettable vacation. See the star at night and be surrounded by nature. Read on as we will explore some of the unique glamping and camping options in the Alentejo, allowing you to experience the best of both worlds.

Glamping Skies - Veiros, Estremoz:

Discover the beauty of Estremoz at Glamping Skies, exclusively for adults. Relax in the swimming pool or take in the stunning garden views from your well-equipped luxury tent. These spacious units feature air conditioning, TVs, and private bathrooms. Nearby attractions include the fortified town of Veiros, Convent of the Congregados and the many wineries of Estremoz, offering a glimpse into the region's rich wine, food and history.

Azenhas de Seda - Pavia, Mora:

Set between old water mills, rapids and waterfalls; Azenhas da Seda is a special place set on the banks  of the Seda River, with glamping tents equipped with everything you need to enjoy a comforting night under the stars. They offer guests Individual bath/shower booths, outdoor picnic areas with barbecues, river beach and a guest kitchen.

Set amidst the natural beauty of Gavião, Gavião Nature Village offers a serene glamping experience. Enjoy free WiFi, an outdoor swimming pool, and access to a sauna and hot tub. The air-conditioned units feature flat-screen TVs, private bathrooms, and minibars. Indulge in Portuguese cuisine at the on-site restaurant, or request vegetarian and vegan options. Take advantage of the spa and wellness center or explore the nearby hiking and cycling trails.

Camping, too!

Camping in the Alentejo region is a wonderful way to experience the natural beauty and slow pace of life of this special place.  There are several campsites and camping options available in Alentejo, ranging from traditional campsites with facilities to more remote camping areas. See some popular camping spots to consider at

Camping São Torpes: Situated near the village of São Torpes, this campsite is close to the stunning Costa Vicentina Natural Park. It offers amenities such as showers, toilets, laundry facilities, and a restaurant. It's an excellent choice for those interested in exploring the coastal cliffs, beaches, and hiking trails in the area.


There are several camper parks and campsites where you can stay while exploring the Alentejo. Here are a few options:

ASA Redondo: Located near the town of Redondo, this campsite offers facilities for campers and caravans. It provides electricity hook-ups, showers, toilets, and a restaurant. The surrounding area is known for its vineyards and scenic countryside

ASA São Pedro do Corval: Situated near the village of São Pedro do Corval, this campsite is an excellent choice for nature lovers. It offers spacious pitches, modern facilities, and a swimming pool. The village is famous for its traditional pottery and is a great place to explore.

Municipal camping support parks, also known as municipal campsites or municipal campgrounds, are public camping facilities that are managed and maintained by local towns in Portugal. These ervice areas for motorhomes are spread across the region and are equipped as an overnight area (limit 72 hours) and service stations with  the supply of drinking water and places for disposal of waste water and chemical toilets, as well as solid waste. Electricity for charging the motorhome batteries may also be available in these areas.

These are just a few examples of municipal camping support parks in Portugal. Each campsite may have its own specific features, rules, and regulations, so it's advisable to check the details and availability in advance, especially during peak seasons.

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