• We accept reservations, although we don’t reserve and assign a specific spot number.
  • During the high season (especially in August), we recommend arriving before 4 pm in order to be able to choose a better spot.
  • From 4 pm on, we are unable to assure an adequate spot or a spot with shadows, although we may, eventually, provide a last resource spot.
  • The assembly and preparation of equipment is entirely performed by the campers/caravanners.
  • Discounts available for groups of 20 or more people.

Opening hours and operation
  • Camping and Caravanning:

    Open from March 1st till October 31st

    Closing period: November 1st till February 28th

  • Bungalows:

    Open all year (minimum reservation required in Winter time and high season)

  • Opening hours (reception and restaurant):

    8.30 am - 1 pm | 2 pm - 11 pm (April 1st till September 30th)

    10 am - 1 pm | 2 pm - 9 pm (March and November)

  • Closing days: January 1 (morning) and December 24 (from 5 pm) and 25 (all day).

Check-in and check-out
  • Check-in from 10 am till 11 pm (in Autumn and Winter time, this will be made till 9 pm).
  • Check-out till 12 am.
  • Upon request and availability (to be checked by the time of the stay) there may be a late check-out, till 4 pm.

  • Bar / restaurant with a terrace and satellite TV.
  • Swimming-pool (unattended).
  • Private parking (for campers and visitors).
  • Chemical disposal point for waste water from campers and caravans.
  • Central changing-room with free hot water and toilets for people with reduced mobility.
  • Barbecue facilities and potable water spots.
  • Playground for children aged 5 till 12 (with mandatory parental supervision).
  • Sports area with basketball backboard and table tennis.
  • Reception/souvenir shop, charcoal, wood/briquettes, gas for camping and regional products.
  • Traditional wood-fired oven for baking bread (once a week).
  • The Porch of Traditions (open museum with traditional artefacts), wine press, wine cellar and regional kitchen.

  • Usage of barbecue facilities upon permission.
  • Restricted admission of pets (except for potentially dangerous species as defined by the law) upon payment of additional rate of € 2.50/day (low season) and € 3.50/day (high season) and subject to the condition of the owners collecting the animal’s waste. The animals cannot, under any circumstance, walk without a leash or remain locked and unattended.
  • Admission of visitors upon control and registry in the reception according to Law nr. 1320/2008, of November 18, and according to the Internal rules of procedure.
  • It is expressly forbidden to chop or collect wood within.
  • Access, circulation and parking are allowed till 10 pm, being totally forbidden from that moment on.

Electrical connections
  • 6 Amp / 230 V electrical connections (EU plug).
  • Electric cables and extensions are the responsibility of campers and caravanners.

  • The campsite has a bar/restaurant (serving meals with “take away” option).
  • All the water available in the campsite is drinkable and comes exclusively from a well and spring (ARH licensing), dully certified through regular and regulatory analysis (HACCP).
  • Access to swimming-pool is paid € 2,50/person/day.
  • Various holiday and environmental activities (baking bread in traditional wood oven, walks for watching deers organized upon request, picnics in Espinhosela village mill upon request and upon a minimum number of people).
  • Wi-fi access available only in the bar/restaurant building, terrace and in the area surrounding the reception building.
  • Comprehensive tourist information (with guides, brochures and maps) available in the campsite’s reception.
  • Charcoal, wood/briquettes, campingaz products, souvenirs and traditional products available in the shop/reception.
  • Payment with debit and credit cards accepted.

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