portugal

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Tony Russell, May 19, 2014.

  1. Tony Russell

    Tony Russell Read Only Funster

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    I am taking 2 months off work and intending to go to portugal, has anybody got some 5 star destinations that they will recomend, by the sea will be good ( not bustling with fruit machines and candy floss) but forest mountains and lakes will be just fine too.
     
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    Just out here at the moment beautiful place without MH but have seen a few motor homers parked up beside lords bar and restaurant nt very commercial at all beautiful views little coves fishing boats etc
    There is a nice. Ild camping area enough for 4 or 5 mhs
    Or I am told there is a camping park with facilities at Amaracao de Pera a couple of miles over towards albafuera
    Off the en 125:Smile::Smile:
     
  3. JJ

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    I do hope you are not confusing Portugal with the Brit infested, east coast of Spain!

    The only place you will get anything like that here is in the Algarve... and even there there are beautiful, peaceful coves and beaches.

    Portugal has lots and lots of coastline to spread amongst it's small population and inland it has many quiet lakes which have been formed by the extensive dam driven, hydro-electric network.

    The country is littered with Castles, monestries and churches.

    The Romans were here for yonks and there are some of the best ruins in Europe here?

    The university at Coimbra is arguably the oldest in Europe (I believe it was linked with the university of Salamanca) and the library is unbelievable.


    And if you want to keep busy I know somewhere you can do lots of strimming, pruning and track building!


    JJ :Cool:
     
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    [HI]I though you looked very fit and well in Zahora JJ :BigGrin::Wink:
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