Camping Lamego, Lamego

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  • The arrival with our camper was a bit of a experience. You will here no step without intervention of the operator. The RV Park is nothing more than a spacious car park around a building. One is during the parking accompanied by the owners. Crew-cut. I am full of praise for the plumbing. They have sufficient toilets and shower's "bathroom" rather than classical. Sink, toilet and shower's in an area that really. But if you stay here you should be able to endure that the owners are present everywhere and everything. A separate experience.
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  • We stayed here for 2 weeks in our 6.5M caravan. Carla & her husband Nino could not have been more welcoming, warm hosts. Nothing was too much trouble. The campsite is a bit unusual in that the areas f...  more »
  • Preserved architecture and wide surrounding square facilitates the visualization of this relic of the tourist town of Lamego. Rich in detail and beautiful to admire.
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  • Not sure what all the negative comments are all about. We had a warm welcome and the whole family are extremely helpful and friendly. It is not a kids paradise. No pool or play area; but it doesn't pretend to be either. Camper vans are parked around the house while tents occupy the terraces above. There could be more shade as the sun was extremely hot at times. The Internet is very reliable and is included in the price. Two people/camper/electricity 20 euros per night. There is a bar selling good wines and bread and croissants are available in the mornings if you order. The showers and toilets are the best l have experienced. There is a walk down to the town via the 600 steps leading from the church which is incredible. Taxi back is 5 euros. There are good cheap restaurants around the Cathedral area ( at the back away from the main street ). Negative thoughts. Well a restaurant would be good. I am sure it would be viable. However we saw campers ordering pizza at the bar which took 10 minutes to arrive; so maybe we missed a trick. The site needs a communal fridge / freezer; especially for the people in tents.
  • Cosy and quiet camping, Very Nice staff. The facilities are Very clean and up to date! We camped with a tent and we had a Nice spot with a superb view on the city! Recommended
  • Sometimes it amazes me how differently people perceive experiences. We had read a couple of negative reviews about this Campsite and almost didn't stay here.What a mistake that would have been! The lady that checked us in could not have been more friendly or helpful. Nothing was a problem. The showers and toilets are spotlessly clean.Toilet paper and soap both provided. Each separate and and spacious unit has a toilet, a shower, a basin, and in case of the Men's - a urinal. I don't know what was happening with all this stuff about no hot water. All I can report is that the showers we both had were lovely and hot, consistent water stream. No annoying push buttons! Yippee! The grounds are spotless, and while its true that the pitches are dirt, nearly all have spectacular views overlooking the town.There are lovely gardens surrounding them. Its a short walk downhill to the magnificent Baroque Church and the town. (Of course you need to remember that it is uphill coming back.) All very relaxing. We would have no hesitation suggesting that you give this charismatic and cozy family run business a try. I'd be surprised if you regret it.
  • I can only assume there's been a chance of management since some of these reviews. Impeccably clean facilities, very friendly and accommodating staff, lovely bar. It's not wild camping by any stretch (you're in a car park with other cars) but of its class, it's top notch.
  • Well located for touring the Duoro and wine routes on a Port producing estate. Nuno and Clara friendly enthusiastic, informative owners hosting campers in the grounds of their Family Posado which is being renovated to a high standard to provide luxury rooms available after October. Campers in motor homes and tents have magnificent views looking down on Lamego from the vine terraces. Initially challenging for some tenters to get kit up into the terraces but rewarding with tranquility and privacy of space and night skies. Lovely bar area with limited menu but high quality produce including Port from Nuno's family estate and the best cheese I've tasted so far in Portugal.

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