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Camping Lamego, Lamego

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3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • Okay, we're in a winery, Ok bathrooms are new, Ok boss gives us advice to take the train to the Valley of the douro, Ok lets use us a small key to reach the shrine, Ok free wifi, but it stops here! Because it is installed more or less in a parking lot, without any space between the vehicles or living space! And again this is not season! The boss we strongly recommend to park the vehicles head spade so that each have a little privacy out through the side door! Fortunately there was no English vehicles, it would have disturbed his organization! Avoid absolutely! € 19, it's expensive meter square for the night!
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  • If you are camping, because to avoid: it is parked one on others, all for €15... The bathrooms are new, that side that is going
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  • •hated our stay there only stayed a couple of nights •very small site •very unwelcoming on arrival and stay •unfriendly staff think it was a family •not children friendly •felt like we were being watc...  read more »
  • We’ve stayed at quite a few campgrounds over the years and this one has to be our favorite so far. There are just so many good things going for it. We stayed for two nights while we were doing a 1 day Regua-Pocinho-Regua river cruise on the Douro and were quite sad to leave. For starters, the location is amazing. The town of Lamego is about a 15-20 minute drive from Regua, sitting at the top of a ridge on the gorgeous Douro river valley. Lamego is actually a quite nice little town itself with a pretty city center; definitely worth a quick walk around there. The campground is located up on a hillside above the town, providing amazing views of the city and out to the north ridge of the river valley. Camping Lamego is on the small side compared to some of the giant, sprawling campgrounds we have stayed at before. This, of course, is not a bad thing. It does mean that it might be hard to find a space during the peak season (i.e. call ahead), but it also means that it is very quiet, peaceful and relaxed here. It is also very beautiful, located on the property of a small, former hotel (everything is now either recently renovated or currently being updated). As you enter, there is a small building on your right with the bathrooms and a small apartment to rent. Up ahead is the first parking lot and the main building with the camp reception, a small bar and salon (soon to be opened). Next to the building is another small outdoor bar which makes for a great place to have a drink at the end of the night. The internet connection here is pretty good (definitely better than what I usually find at a campground). Just past the main building is the second parking lot with a nice little gazebo in the corner. There are lovely views out over the town and river valley from here, so it makes a great place to sit down for breakfast/lunch/dinner. On the hillside above all this there are about 15-20 tent pitches cut in to the hillside. They are all well spaced-out and have great views. Pick any spot and you will probably be very happy. Just below and to the side of the second parking lot there is also another small area for maybe 10 more tents. It is a little more compact here, but still looked like a nice place to setup. There is also space in the parking lot for maybe ~20 RVs/caravans. As far as the facilities, the bathrooms & showers are the best I have ever seen in a campground. There are actually 6 private, spacious, FULL-SIZE bathrooms available (3 men and 3 women), each with its own shower, toilet and sink. While this is a rare (unheard of?) treat at a campground, it gets better since they are kept impeccably clean. Honestly, I have stayed at major hotel chains with bathrooms that were not as good. In the same building as the bathrooms there are also sinks for washing dishes as well as a washing machine for clothes. Being a small campground, there is not store or restaurant (only drinks at the bar), but there are two grocery stores in town and plenty of restaurants nearby. The price was very good at
  • More like a 5* hotel not camping. Loved it!
  • This campsite is very small, but so lovingly guided. You have not only simple sanitary facilities, but as a small bathroom for themselves alone. And there's also SOAP and toilet paper. The family makes even the port, you can drink in the beautiful bar. All in all a super stay there. Only to recommend :)
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  • Just great, clean, quiet, intimate, small, and the best port wine, which I've ever had.
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  • Estive aqui 4 dias, foi muito bom, as casa de banho muito limpas, o parque também muito limpo, o proprietário muito simpático, o sr trazia o pão de manhã que nós pedisse de véspera e uma vista magnífica sobre a cidade, deixo aqui umas fotos de noite e de dia da vista sobre a cidade!
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