Our Best Campsites In Algarve
Our top campsites in the Algarve offer you and your family the chance to enjoy sun-drenched holidays by the blissful beaches of southern Portugal.
Featuring great amenities such as refreshing swimming pools, sports facilities, dining options and shopping establishments alongside exciting entertainment for the whole family, our resorts are pitch perfect for sunny holidays on the coast.
Book a stay with us and you will find a great range of accommodation that will function as your spacious and comfortable home away from home for the duration of your stay. Set in private and peaceful pitches, our lodging options are ideal for serene stays.
Things to do when camping in Algarve
Most travellers and tourists who head to the balmy shores of the Algarve do so to make the most of the region’s blissful beaches and captivating coast. Golden cliffs majestically overlook equally golden sand that gives way to lovely water that blends from emerald green to sparkling azure blue.
Exceptional examples of idyllic beaches in the Algarve include Praia da Marinha, Praia da Coelha, Baixinha, Carvalho Beach and Praia de S. Rafael. Hop on a boat and head to the captivating Benagil Caves for a striking coastal day trip.
For an activity-laden day that could feature time spent chilling out in a beach side bar, engaging in some exciting water sports or dining out with sea views, head to one of the many vibrant resorts in the region. Praia da Rocha, Vale do Lobo and Armona Island offer a busy and bustling day by the beach. Water sports providers are dotted along the coast and offer stand up paddle boarding, jet skiing, sea kayaking, parasailing and much more.
There are oodles of exciting activities for kids in the Algarve, with the water parks at Zoomarine, Aqualand Algarve and Slide & Splash offering sublime slides and aqua attractions.
For hiking and cycling enthusiasts, there are several scenic routes along the coast and inland from the sea that offer pleasant ambles and bike rides. The Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa is a perfect 2-mile stretch of coastal nature park where wonderful vistas are a plenty.
For an insight into the culture of the Algarve, you can seek out several places of historical importance including Castle of Silves, Sagres Fortress, Santa Catarina Medieval Fort, Alfanzina Lighthouse and the Castle of São João do Arade.
On a camping holiday in the Algarve, you can enjoy some culinary delights from the region that include Caldeirada fish stew, Pastel de Nata custard tarts and plenty of fine red wines. For nice restaurants alongside good shopping experiences, head to the resorts of Lagos, Faro and Albufeira to name but a few.