Designated as one of Portugal’s ten best campsites (Visão magazine 2012 and SIC 2013), this is the only privately-run campsite in Northeast region, being certified by ICNF as a Nature Tourism business. Cepo Verde campsite is located in a mountain highland, densely covered by chestnut trees, oaks and cherry trees, on a spot marked by IGESPAR as an ancient Roman site.
Open since 1993, this is a quiet and family-oriented campsite, with an extraordinary landscape and surroundings. There are clearly marked hiking trails nearby. Visitors will be able to contemplate the world’s biggest pocket knife, registered in the Guinness World Records Book, which is exhibited in the campsite.
Offering 40 individual spots, all of them with plenty of shades for tents, caravans and mobile homes, the campsite has a full capacity to accommodate 140 people. The spots are individual and independent, thus assuring a maximum comfort and privacy. The campsite is open all year round.