A Eurocamp holiday park set in the Cascais area of Portugal. Guincho has 600 pitches. As with all Eurocamp holiday parks, there's a whole host of entertainment and activities to keep you and the children happy. Guincho is no exception; below is a summary of the activities you'll find to keep you all going throughout the course of your holiday:
You'll find a golf course on - or very close to - the park.
Let the kids burn off some energy on the football field at Guincho.
Try some sports during your holiday.
While the kids are playing, you can burn off that holiday excess in the gym.
Get the best of both worlds at Guincho - enjoy the park and the nearby beach.
Like fishing? You won't be disappointed here.
You can even try horse riding during your holiday.
There's water sports on offer - what a treat for your holiday.
Explore the holiday park on 2 wheels - and hire a bike!
Guincho has plenty of areas for you to explore.
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You and your family will have a fantastic time, whichever park you decide to holiday at.
With children's entertainment, water parks, and plenty to see and do in and around the holiday park - you
won't stand a chance of getting bored!
These are the reviews for Guincho. There are 86 reviews.
Great location with views over sintra hills and sea.easy access to cascais with easy parking. Good train service to lisbon. Keith (30 September 2015)
Excellent campsite, margret and verne were most helpfull and caring. Will come back next year :) Roland from Hage, Germany (12 September 2015)
Great time, can be windy but just get a taxi to beaches in cascais to get away from it .margaret and vernon were fantastic. Tm from Bicester (29 August 2015)
Very helpful site couriers who were available if needed but otherwise unobtrusive. Site small, friendly and well kept but range of facilities limited. Though we did know that before we left. Only one small pool was a disadvantage for us with 2 teenagers and so we are not likely to use the site again. Iain from Northwich (10 August 2015)
Good location by nature reserve/dunes and 10 min walk to beautiful sandy, surfing beach. Remember that this part of portugal is very windy!. nice pool/cafe facilities- not too noisy and rowdy. Enjoyed our stay and there's lots to do in the area, plus easy to get the train to lisbon for the day. Friendly and helpful eurocamp staff. Carolyn from Loughborough (28 July 2015)
We had a great family holiday at guincho parc, portugal. The campsite is in a lovely setting: staff friendly and helpful. restaurants in village were excellent - good food and reasonably priced. Nearby town of cascais vibrant with sunbathing beach. Guincho beach spectacular and great to watch wind and kite surfers but too windy to sunbathe. Overall a fantastic holiday - plan to re-book for next year. Jennifer from Lanarkshire, Scotland (15 July 2015)
The good, the bad and the ugly. . the good - lovely staff on campsite, and great couriers -verne and margaret. Nice pool. very close to cascais, with easy access to lisbon. Great indian restaurant in nearby village. . the bad and the ugly - eurocamp cabins are situated on the windiest part of the campsite, totally exposed to the atlantic winds. far too windy to sit out on tiny deck. Had to eat most meals inside, and if sitting on deck usually had to have blanket on to keep warm. Colin from Coffs Harbour, Australia (04 July 2015)
Having been regular eurocampers for over 10 years (in italy), we thought, "let's try portugal ". saw guincho and thought, well, this is eurocamp so it'll be all right. Not so. . . our couriers were fantastic and the mobile home was of the usual high standard and exactly the same as previous ones we've stayed in. However, the compliments end there. . . guincho is a campsite as opposed to a holiday "parc". the campsite was very quiet on our arrival on 18th june and while temperatures were very pleasant throughout the day and indeed throughout the whole area, from late afternoon onwards, a strong chilling wind blew constantly up past the eurocamp accommodations. So much so that after a few nights braving the conditions with makeshift windbreaks (umbrellas placed on side, blankets draped over deck fencing etc) we eventually gave up and moved inside. Not what one expects to do in portugal in late june. . . we were there for two weeks and while the weather was very good, the location of this campsite and in particular the positioning of the eurocamp mobile homes very much detracted from the generally good and warm weather conditions of the area. I think eurocamp need to revisit this site and either reposition their accommodation or forget about this site altogether. The positioning of the mobile homes meant that there was no evening sun on the decks and the wind, the incessant, cold, holiday-spoiling wind was a real downer. If you enjoy eating and relaxing on your deck after the day's activities then this is not the campsite for you. . . on a slightly more positive note, the staff in the "restaurant/bar" we're very friendly and the prices were unbelievably cheap. But again the compliments end. The food was poor and we only ate in the restaurant one evening. Lunch was ok and we simply had a salad roll every day by the pool. . . the pool. A very pleasant pool with loads of sunbeds - well, until the weekend that is when the pool is open to the general public and you feel like your campsite and pool, which you have paid good money for, is invaded by "outsiders" and not holidaymakers like yourselves. This is not therefore a private holiday park like others we have stayed in. . . as our stay progressed the camp became busier. Mostly with camper vans etc and local portuguese young people who were there for a few days break. They were all ok but it indicates that the "parc" is not a "parc" in the normal eurocamp sense. It is a campsite and as a base for exploring the local area, fantastic. There is zero entertainment and while we didn't have any kids with us, we could see that it was clearly not a place for children or young people. . . we do not recommend it and will not be back. After our stay here, we moved south to the algarve. Great to get warmed up. Fred from Crawfordsburn, Northern Ireland (04 July 2015)
Accommadation rather dated and layout not the best , lots of restaurants/bars very close to site , site staff very friendly/polite but the couriers verne & margaret were exceptional , gave them 10 out of 10 above but really they are worth at least 12 , thanks verne & margaret John from Saltash (28 June 2015)
We thoroughly enjoyed the holiday. The parc was ideally situated. we could walk into the little village in the evening for our meals. At least three good eating places there, one was an excellent indian. the food in the park restaurant was adequate but not fantastic. The couriers were very good and very helpful. Jennifer from Hook (18 June 2015)
Mixed break 4 days in the city libon then a nice laid back rest in the eurocamp Caroline from London (08 June 2015)
Had a great week. Fab' place. Couriers were really helpful and told us about the best places to eat. Went to bar guincho x3!!! definitely our favourite. The restaurant in the nearby village was great too. Would certainly recommend this parc. Julie from Peel (07 June 2015)
Great value, lovely location, limited facilities on parc. Pam from Stockport (06 June 2015)
We really enjoyed this holiday. The site was small and easy for our young children to get to grips with getting to and from the pool and play areas. The site was spotless - pool area, bathrooms were meticulously maintained and the site management were attentive and welcoming of our comments. The area around our accommodation was excellent - sufficiently secluded and room to move around as the sun moved. The couriers were very well informed with just the right balance of friendly without being intrusive. The surrounding area is beautiful with many interesting and placed to visit. It was windy in the evenings but this kept the temperatures down at night to allow comfortable sleep. Rachel-Anne from Altrincham (05 June 2015)
Lovely relaxing woodland park, great views over the sand dunes to the sea. Good restaurant and bar on sight with realistic prices. Alan from Wimbledon (18 May 2015)
Holkiday fine Margaret from Weston Super Mare (16 May 2015)
Verne and margaret were very helpfull without being intrusive. They gave us good local advice, which enhanced our stay. Charles from Lingfield Surrey (16 May 2015)
We were sorry that we were unable to stay longer - this is a very good, well organised park. Paul from Telford (08 May 2015)
Excellent parc but a bit rural for anyone without their own transport although a good bus service, not as easy to get around as one might imagine from the brochure description. Jacqueline from Comrie (28 April 2015)
Excellent holiday - would use this site again Andrew from York (13 April 2015)
Great location for holiday. Rosalind from Winchester (13 April 2015)
We had a great time, the park was lovely and clean, the staff were friendly. Rebecca from Rugby (12 April 2015)
The couriers vern and margaret were excellent as were orbitur staff. Cascais is a lovely part of the world. Helen from Miskin (12 April 2015)
The holiday was spoilt by the way in which we were overcharged by europcar to hire a toddler car seat and a basic booster seat. The europscar booking was made through eurocamp and in my opinion you should cease using this company forthwith or strongly advise your customers to take their own car seats. Sheila from Pershore, Worcestershire (09 April 2015)
Excellent experience, great weather, staff and park facilities. Neil from Bristol (28 September 2014)
Great accomodation but not as near to the beach as expected. Beaches within walking distance are not suitable for casual swimmers as large roller waves and strong undercurrents present. Nearest beaches for casual swimming are at cascais. If arriving in early hours, as we did, the campsite entrance is hard to find as the sign is unilluminated and bears the name `orbitur` which meant nothing to us! Anne from Northampton (27 September 2014)
The holiday was alright , we were a bit disappointed in the site , compared to other sites we have used with eurocamp and keycamp . Stephen from Rothley , Leicestershire (24 September 2014)
Well done to james & his wife, the best couriers we have ever had. A lovely holiday in a lovely area, shame the weather went off in our second week. Janet from Stroud (20 September 2014)
Overall it was a very enjoyable holiday. Whatever one's tastes there is much to see and enjoy in the area. the campsite is in walking distance of the beach, for the energetic there are good walks along the coast and there are numerous historical sites with in 50km of it. the trains from cascais to lisbon are very regular making it easy to go there for as often as desired. George from Claygate, Surrey (20 September 2014)
A well kept parc with friendly staff in a delightful location. Alan from Hemel Hempstead (12 September 2014)
Very relaxing holiday in a lovely place. Andrew from Wallingford (10 September 2014)
Such a great holiday. The parc although fairly basic was clean and in a great location. Amazing beach just down the road with breathtaking views. We loved the surrounding area and carcais is simply lovely. We enjoyed it so much , we plan to book again for next year! james our rep was helpful and really knowledgable about the surrounding area. Debbie from Northwich (31 August 2014)
We really loved portugal and the holiday at this campsite. It wasn't over crowded and had everything we needed. The campsite was very well managed and clean. Martin from Frodsham (31 August 2014)
This parc was much smaller than any we had been to before so we found it rather quiet, particularly in the evenings. Our van was spotlessly clean and the couriers excellent, knew lots of information, attentive and had various items to borrow such as ping pong bats. The camp shop had lovely fresh rolls each day and did not close mid-afternoon but was quite limited in stock and did not sell any meat. Nearest supermarket was fine (lidls) but not walking distance. Cascais is really pretty to walk round with some decent restaurants but we found eating out fairly expensive. We picked this site because we wanted to surf. The beach at guincho is lovely but very windy and the sea is rough. Not huge waves but quite unpredictable which made surfing very hard work. Hiring boards was expensive at 20 euros each for 4 hrs- apparently off high season this halves in price. A good holiday if you just want to relax Catherine from Hitchin (08 August 2014)
Great location for exploring the west coast and lisbon but very windy.you do need a car. Eurocamp courier, james, was very helpful and always there if you needed him, yet very discrete. Ciaran from Belfast (18 July 2014)
Super holiday. exceptionally clean parkhome and a lovely site. Paul (10 July 2014)
Excellent location,being central for lisbon, sintra and cascais, and stunning beaches and coastline. With regard to the campsite we were disappointed with the overall appearance, seemed scruffy with dilapidated private static homes scattered around the site. The beautiful view to the west and sand dunes were spoilt by an ugly chainlink/ barbed wire fence. The on-site shop was virtually useless , very little choice at exorbitant prices. Free wi-fi centre was much appreciated as were the pleasant surroundings adjacent to it and the restaurant/bar. Pool area attractive and well maintained. Children's playpark area and equipment virtually non existent. There is a lovely boardwalk to the beach through the sand dune /nature reserve which takes about 20 mins .since the campsite abuts this reserve it would surely make sense for the site owners to make a direct link to the boardwalk? Paul from Folkestone (30 June 2014)
Only 30 mins drive from lisbon, great after a flight. Beautiful beach nearby. Camp site very chilled out. Drinks and food very cheap. Free wifi. Close to some great day trips, like sintra and lisbon. The only criticism I have is with the marketing by eurocamp. Whilst we loved the site, I was surprised to discover the location was actually 6 miles from cascais. And the beach not quite as close as intimated in the marketing. If we hadn't had a car, there would be the potential to be isolated there. Still, we had a lovely holiday and the site was lovely too. Daniel from Macclesfield (25 June 2014)
We picked this parc as we were with our 2 young children plus 3 other family members and didn't want to hire a car or van. This parc was advertised as a parc that has local amenities so a car isn't required. We got from lisbon airport fairly easily €65 in a mini bus. The parc was in lovely surroundings. the rep elaine greeted us and we were shown to accommodation. this was smaller then expected. For an 8 person home there was little space in the bedrooms. Especially for suitcases but it was clean and well equipped. first night we settled in. Ate at the restaurant on site. Ate here later on in the week too. Food lovely and not overly expensive buy they never have enough staff on. Sometimes just one person even though the manager (i think that's what he was) was often sitting outside drinking coffee he left them too it so service was slow. Staff were friendly though and really looked after the kids. Shop on site isn't great not a lot of choice so we had to go to cascais several times in our stay to shop at the supermarket. cascais is a lovely town. Beaches, shops and restaurants. supermarket jumbo is huge and not expensive either. I'd read reviews about the local bus into cascais we thought we could get this when we wanted to travel buy it's quite expensive around €5 per person. We ended up getting taxi's as there were so many of us. These would often vary so much in cost even though we were travelling to the same place that we all became quite fed up with them. Lisbon was a taxi and train journey so not cheap and also cintra a taxi journey (or bus and two trains!!) travelling was costly and walking anywhere is tough as you are in the middle of nowhere. Local beach at guincho was really nice but it is a walk. about half hour roughly down a wooden path in the middle of the sand dunes. Well worth it but don't expect it to be two minutes away. Camp reps james and elaine were lovely and take their advice for places to eat out. They told us of two places that were really great. a good holiday. busy parc when we arrived. Kids really enjoyed the pool and the cafe area/playground. Think the parc advertising as car free is fairly misleading and bear this in mind especially if you have kids. Nothing really is close by! Claire from Sale, Cheshire (25 June 2014)
James the rep was brilliant really made the holiday. Pool was great camp lacked entertainment. it don't take a lot to entertain a load of happy holiday makers looking for a good time Robin from Southampton (10 June 2014)
The parc, facilities etc were fine but oogh the wind, incessant and strong. The eurocamp cabins were at full blast to this wind which even at night howled through the wents. Even the taxi driver confirmed that this wind was there throughout the year. Ian (05 June 2014)
Brilliant holiday, great location for exploring the lisbon area. Sarah (01 June 2014)
Had a brilliant three weeks with eurocamp in guincho. Didn't want to come home. Victoria from London (23 May 2014)
Good park, close to lisbon, and the beautiful coastline all along the atlantic. John (19 May 2014)
Relaxing, people friendly and weather good. Kenneth (19 May 2014)
Pitch a little tight on a corner, but ok. You(eurocamp) can only work with what the site owners allow you. Site owners and staff excellent. The most courteous we have ever experienced. . your gas b/b/qs are great. We had a chage of couriers, both fantastic. John from St Genis Des Fontaines (03 May 2014)
Parc guincho is a great base for exploring lisbon and the surrounding areas. Tha campsite itself has everything you need, we travelled with two children, 3 and 7 years, and found it just right for us. The eurocamp guide that was posted to us before arrival was particularly useful, as was all the information and toys etc available in the couriers caravan. Emily from Colwyn Bay (26 April 2014)
This is our eighth holiday with eurocamp and this was by far the most inferior accommodation we have had. The situation was made worse in my view when my sisters accommodation who arrived to join us on the campsite was far more superior despite being advertised as the same accommodation. Andrew from Sheffield (25 April 2014)
Lovely people at park. Both eurocamp and orbital. Everyone spoke english and was keen to improve. Beach is lovely but a pretty arduous walk for anyone with less than normal fitness or mobility - big hill, board walk with several small steps. Cycle hire available in the near (easier) walk was €12 a day. Customer 49 from Glos (20 April 2014)
Brill loved everything , can't recommend it enough! Belinda from Derbyshire (19 April 2014)
We had a brilliant time. the parc was gorgeous, and our mobile home was so comfortable and well-equipped with a stunning view over the dunes to the sea in one direction and to a sintra hills in another. our courier was very welcoming and helpful with local advice etc. it was easy to visit the city of lisbon by train and we felt there was a great variety of things to do nearby - town/city sightseeing in lisbon, belem and cascais, lovely clean beaches nearby and the stunning natural park area of sintra. we stayed a week and would still not have seen all the main sights in two weeks. we will certainly return. Alison from York (17 April 2014)
Eurocamp rep was unhelpful rude and insisted we complain rather than help with the swarm of ants in kitchen and bedrooms. The beds were covered in ants. No offer of a van change, no apology, nothing. I had to ask for raid! the van wasnt even ready on time and was 2 hours late for us to check in! we were disgusted!!! still no apology!! the rep couldnt aswer questions on local amenities even. As for no car required, it was that far out for a family it was cheaper and easier to get a cab than wait for buses! everyone asked why we hadnt got a car, but the brochure said we didnt need one! Dawn from Irthlingborough (15 April 2014)
The worst weather on a holiday we have ever had, 5 days out of 7 were wet and windy, obviously that has nothing to do with the camp or eurocamp. the areas we was able to use were clean, ie internet area, bar, shop. Due to the weather we were unable to use the pool on the 6th day when we were finally treated to a day of sun, the pool had closed for the season- typical lol. The beach at guincho was very nice although not for a gentle swim due to the ferocity of the waves but a haven if you're a surfer. George and gina the reps for eurocamp was absolutely lovely people, very helpful with suggestions for things to do and the caravan was lovely and clean when we got there with a fabulous view of the sea. The reps caravan had all the booklets, brochures and maps you would need and for families all sorts of games, books, bats and balls etc. There are a couple of really nice restaurants locally, the indian one was excellent value for money and service and the food was really really good. Cascais is a nice and busy resort with a couple of lovely beaches and many shops and restaurants. We went for a nice drive down the coast, through estoril, carcavelos and a few inbetween and ended up at lisbon docks, it was a nightmare to get back out of lisbon due to the traffic and weather, a couple of locals did say it's always busy due to being a large place. Overall everything was good value for money, just the weather let us down. Debbie from Wales (30 September 2013)
I found the facilities in the park a bit limited but it was clean and the staff were friendly and helpful, we are not really beach people soc there wasn't a lot to do in the area surrounding the park, a car is definitely needed to get about. Monica Nelson from London (27 September 2013)
Lovely holiday and everyone working at the site was so friendly. We have done several eurocamp holidays and we've never previously received star quality treatment from our courier that we did in guincho. George and gina were welcoming and helpful beyond belief. Excellent!! I do think however that the brochure should make it clearer that the beach is a pretty long walk. Rachel from Dorset (22 September 2013)
Our holiday in guincho without a doubt was made by the excellent couriers george and gina. If they had not been there, yes it would have been a nice holiday but nowhere near as good. The parc is in a lovely location and suited us, a retired couple (but not that old) down to the ground. It was well run, quiet and very well kept. A car we think is essential but lots to see and do within a 20 mile radius. Some very nice restaurants within walking distance. Jane from Worcestershire (21 September 2013)
The mobile was very clean and lovely smelling on arrival, the main courier george was excellent and a credit to eurocamp considering he was retired and therefore not the normal younger courier and took the job very seriously, the camp was clean, the pool was lovely and clean and the excellent weather helped. Celia from Edinburgh (18 September 2013)
Overall, we had a really enjoyable stay here and would recommend it particularly to couples/friends as there are better facilities for children on other eurocamp sites. Julie from St Neots (17 September 2013)
Loved the location and nearby beaches. Suzanne from Frinton On Sea (17 September 2013)
Great holiday and good value. A huge thanks to george your eurocamp rep at the site he was a huge help. Adam (11 September 2013)
Lovely holiday the children really enjoyed the pool and beaches, george was a really helpful courier. Camilla from Guildford (07 September 2013)
We really enjoyed our holiday at guincho campsite. Everything was easy and straightforward, greatly assisted by our wonderful couriers george and gina. The accommodation was sparkling, the pool very pleasant, there are a handful of really lovely restaurants within 5 minutes' walking distance of the park. The site is quiet in the evening, but we were pleased about that. We would definitely consider returning. Customer 62 from Hampton (25 August 2013)
Well organised and very friendly local crew george and gina made us very welcome with a professional and light touch. Great van and very clean. Nicely close to the beach with a great boardwalk across the spectacular dunes to guincho' s wild and windy shore. Superb selection of restaurants just a 5 minute walk away including an indian restaurant. Also close to interesting cultural sites like sintra etc Nicholas from London (24 August 2013)
Fantastic holiday overall - eurocamp and portugal delivered everything they promised! Alastair from Dollar (14 August 2013)
We had a lovely holiday and loved the area surrounding the parc. The couriers were lovely. Very welcoming, helpful and friendly. The parc itself was slightly disappointing as nothing much went on. No kids club either although it was advertised with! the free wifi room was fairly useless too. Not good enough wifi. Very rarely got a signal. Jennifer from Maidenhead (12 August 2013)
A good location and george and gina are fantastic - however folks anticipating the facilities of french sites will be disappointed - the swimming pool is very good - for swimming but does not have slides - there appears an absence of children's clubs and there are few children but as our party is five from 16-53 this was not an issue - the camp shop sells morning rolls but you would not want to rely on it for any larger shop and the restaurant lacked any atmosphere but restaurants withing five minutes walk and recommended by eurocamp are good. This is a very good site to enjoy the coast, the sintra sierra and lisbon and I can recommend for older families like ours. Thanks Colin from London (12 August 2013)
Excellent Alan from Beverley (07 August 2013)
All the comments are included in the other review I have done for quarteira but highlighted where it relates to guincho. I did not realise there would be another to do! thus what is below is v brief as you can access the detail from the quarteira one! Confirmed Holidaymaker (30 Jul 2013)
There was no central hub or atmosphere to the parc. The one restaurant was like a school canteen with an integrated bar. It was not somewhere one would want to go and drink at for an evening or even eat at. There were few other facilities especially none for teenagers. Although we enjoyed the park setting the teenagers were bored with a lack of bar or other facilities. The same issue as last year with the awful mattresses meant that I ended up sleeping on the sofa bed which was very aukward because its a through room and meant the main room was not being used as was intended. I strongly advise you do not use cheap mattresses which you can feel the springs through and which crippled me for a second year running having been assured there would be no problem, we love the whole ethos about eurocamp but it has been ruined for me over our last two holidays and leaves me with a dilemma of whether I can bear another holiday with you or whether I fork out for a mattress topper and take that with me as I discussed after last years experience. It is a shame because we have holidayed with you for many years and enjoy the experience. Clare from Lamberhurst, Kent (27 Jul 2013)
The park is great, the people are great, the location is a bit out of the way and the transport isn’t as described, you need to get a taxi to the town, which is cheap but if you want to go to lisbon the train is the logical way, again this is reasonable, the tourist bus is expensive and aimed at lisbon tourists so the times don’t help you. The best point is george and gina [couriers], they make this place, the best reps I have ever come across. Neil from Nottingham (12 Jul 2013)
Enjoyed portugal - the people were friendly, it is a cheap country to eat out in and the scenery was lovely William from Amble (08 Jul 2013)
Great holiday, great location Russell from Linlithgow (29 Jun 2013)
The parc was in a very scenic spot, set back across the dunes from guincho beach. The accommodation was great, with good facilities and setting. Driving in the area is a litte tricky as signage doesn't seem to be great. Guincho faces the atlantic, so be prepared for some strong winds. Duncan from Andover (29 Jun 2013)
A disappointing holiday overall - the parc did not live up to our expectations and we struggled without a car. Fiona from Lancashire (24 Jun 2013)
Guincho is a much smaller and quieter camp than we had expected. The area is extremely windy, particularly on the stretch of the eurocamp accommodation. We had beautiful views of the dunes but were rocked by such high winds the chalet would rock at night at it was impossible to sit outside on the deck. Elsa from London (22 Jun 2013)
Our holiday was only marred very slightly by a couple of days of chilly weather. It was also extremely windy on our pitch - though I can see this might be helpful when it reaches the 30s! not the best location in terms of walking out and about, but we had both car - to visit the surf beaches - and bikes - to cycle to cascais - so fine for us. Cascais is wonderful - so many fabulous restaurants and lots of different cuisines. Would def come back to this gorgeous part of portugal. Oh, and seeing the sights at sintra is another must! Lynne from Cardiff (21 Jun 2013)
Park awful thank goodness for a good caravan and lots to do in the area Liz from Basingstoke (16 Jun 2013)
Excellent holiday would recomend it Janine from Wirral (14 Jun 2013)
Beautiful location, nice restaurants nearby and easy to get to different places so great if you don't have a car. Caroline (08 Jun 2013)
Overall we enjoyed it. We were unlucky with the weather as it it had been good before we arrived and was starting to pick-up again as we were leaving for lisbon! Michael from Harrogate (01 Jun 2013)
Campsite had lovely views over dunes. Weather was continuously windy - not sure if it is like this all the time but because of that we were unable to sit on the nice beaches, outside the mobile or at the pool. The campsite is well situated for sightseeing and there is also the added bonus of a sightseeing bus into lisbon from outside the campsite entrance. Couriers were brilliant. Accommodation was very clean and we were made very welcome but mobiles very close to each other. Not much privacy, especially as we were right opposite the reception. Karen from Plymouth (24 May 2013)
Our first eurocamp holiday and would definitely recommend to friends. george and gina the couriers were absolutely fantastic! Elizabeth from Walsingham, Norfolk (23 May 2013)
Short stay but very enjoyable. The courior was excellent very helpful. Pat from London (07 May 2013)
Lovely location - great couriers - would definitely go back! Paul from Swindon (04 May 2013)
Great campiste to stay at and explore the lisbon/sintra area. not too far from a beach also. Damian from Wednesfield (14 April 2013)
Very nice location (albeit not a lot of activities on site, but can imagine a buzz in the summer). george and gina were excellent couriers. Carolijn from Bristol (04 April 2013)